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Skin Care Spotlight: Pure Majestic Arabica Coffee Scrub

 

 

Majestic Pure Arabica Coffee Scrub is 100% natural and specifically formulated to actively target cellulite, stretch marks, acne & eczema with caffeine from only the best Arabica beans. Blended together with highly moisturizing, regenerating & exfoliating oils & salts & brown sugar. Caffeine present in the scrub stimulates blood flow and helps reduce the appearance of cellulite, eczema, stretch marks, age spots, varicose veins and psoriasis. Dead Sea Salt is an excellent skin detox helping in reducing dead skin, acne, whiteheads, blackheads, breakouts and other skin blemishes.

Coconut oil hydrates and moisturizes the skin; Shea Butter and Cocoa butter are high in antioxidants which nourish and protect the skin, promoting cell repair and rejuvenation. Majestic Pure Arabica coffee Scrub is manufactures in a GMP US lab.
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FDA Statement: This statement herein has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Safety: Avoid contact with eyes. Avoid using during pregnancy. Keep out of reach of children. If irritation or discomfort occurs, discontinue using.

 

 

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Company: Majestic Pure
Brand: Arabica Coffee Scrub
Origin: USA
Category: Skin Care
Packaging: 12 oz.
Claims: Specifically formulated to target cellulite, stretch marks, acne & eczema.
Variants: View Full Range Here
Price: $16.50
Where to Buy: Buy Online
Website: http://majesticpure.com/

 

 

 

 

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Coffee Spotlight: Coffee Planet Velvet Infinity

 

 

A rich, smooth chocolate and caramel blend to get you through the day. Awesome!

 

With milk: Like a Snickers bar in a cup. Very more-ish. Crème caramel, butterscotch. Great in small cups as cappuccinos and caffe lattes.

Tasting Notes: Crème Caramel & Butterscotch

Strength: Medium (3)

Country of Origin: Costa Rica, Sidamo, Peru, Indonesia

Weight: 250g

 

 

About the company

We love coffee. The taste, the occasion and the ritual.

But when we set out the coffee landscape was very different. It was a totally middle-aged and typically boring environment. So we changed it. Starting right at the beginning we looked at how coffee was being made, found out who was growing what and how we could create the awesome blends you enjoy today.

Coffee Planet is a real-life example of what can be achieved with a bit of discontent with the way things are. Proving there is always a better way of doing, saying or supplying something So, we built our own Coffee Roastery. And got ourselves a cool Roastmaster guy (he’s the coffee expert!) to make the coffee.

After trying every conceivable combination for what seemed an eternity, one day we did it, we hit flavour! It felt like we had struck oil. We had the formula. Let the roasting commence!

We wanted to spread our Coffee universe far and wide, giving good Coffee where previously there was none. Oh, and in a way that was easy for both us and the customer. Fuel stations! Lots of people, all stopping for refreshment. Perfect! They could grab one while filling up, Genius! Out of this thinking came our fresh milk coffee machine, a technologically advanced system so clever it can deliver fantastic coffee every minute of every day to absolute perfection. And thus perfect gourmet Coffee is now available in fuel stations throughout the Middle East because we dared to be different.

 

 

Company: Coffee Planet
Brand:  Velvet Infinity
Slogan:  Coffee Planet
Origin: Dubai, UAE
Category: Coffee
Packaging:  250g
Claims:  Ground 3 Medium, 100% pure Arabica coffee, suitable for all brewing methods.
Variants: View product range here
Price:  AED 28.00
Where to Buy: Dubai UAE, Buy Online
Website: http://shop.coffeeplanet.com/

 

 

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Coffee Spotlight: Coffee Planet Turkish with Cardamom

 

 

The deep, rich, hearty roast with lingering dark chocolate, cocoa overtones and a hint of cardamom. The uniform body and rich, fresh aroma of this gourmet coffee will give true coffee drinking satisfaction, time after time.

 

Tasting Notes: Chocolate, Cocoa & Cardamom

Strength: Extra Strong (5)

Country of Origin: Brazil, Indonesia

Weight: 250g

 

 

About the company

We love coffee. The taste, the occasion and the ritual.

But when we set out the coffee landscape was very different. It was a totally middle-aged and typically boring environment. So we changed it. Starting right at the beginning we looked at how coffee was being made, found out who was growing what and how we could create the awesome blends you enjoy today.

Coffee Planet is a real-life example of what can be achieved with a bit of discontent with the way things are. Proving there is always a better way of doing, saying or supplying something So, we built our own Coffee Roastery. And got ourselves a cool Roastmaster guy (he’s the coffee expert!) to make the coffee.

After trying every conceivable combination for what seemed an eternity, one day we did it, we hit flavour! It felt like we had struck oil. We had the formula. Let the roasting commence!

We wanted to spread our Coffee universe far and wide, giving good Coffee where previously there was none. Oh, and in a way that was easy for both us and the customer. Fuel stations! Lots of people, all stopping for refreshment. Perfect! They could grab one while filling up, Genius! Out of this thinking came our fresh milk coffee machine, a technologically advanced system so clever it can deliver fantastic coffee every minute of every day to absolute perfection. And thus perfect gourmet Coffee is now available in fuel stations throughout the Middle East because we dared to be different.

 

 

Company: Coffee Planet
Brand:  Turkish with Cardamom
Slogan:  Coffee Planet
Origin: Dubai, UAE
Category: Coffee
Packaging:  250g
Claims:  Extra strong strength, sourced from Brazil and Indonesia.
Variants: View product range here
Price:  AED 20.00
Where to Buy: Dubai UAE, Buy Online
Website: http://shop.coffeeplanet.com/

 

 

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Coffee Spotlight: Onnit Single Origin True Antigua Guatemala Premium Arabica Dark Roast

 

 

 
Flavor Profile

The chocolatey overtones and bright and fruity notes are full-bodied, but never bitter. The mouth feel as it flows over the tongue is both buttery and smooth (even before you add butter!)

 

 

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With all of the choices for coffee you might ask, “What makes Onnit’s Antigua Coffee so special?”

Great coffee is not just about the bean, it’s about everything put into it from the land it’s grown on and the people who take care of it. Having sampled coffee from the best regions in the world, we believe that this is simply the best dark roast coffee out there.

One of the reasons for this is that our Arabica is grown in the ideal conditions of the world-renowned Antigua Guatemala.

There are dozens of varieties of coffee, but the two most common are Arabica and Robusta. Robusta is a hearty plant that is much easier to grow, but has a harsher taste and higher amounts of caffeine. Arabica beans require much more finesse to grow because the plants are highly susceptible to environmental changes, which is why for good Arabica, it’s vital to have growers that love and care deeply for their trees.

The high elevation of 1400 meters and above, along with the volcanic soil, perfect timing of rainfall, and centuries-old practice of shade growing results in some of the world’s finest raw coffee bean specimens.

These ‘green’ coffee beans are washed using pure spring water right at the farm, Finca San Miguel Urias, and then sun-dried. The coffee beans are shipped directly to Kuxtal Coffee and Tea in the beautiful Hill Country of Texas, where it is craft-roasted by hand.

This all comes together to produce an exceptionally clean cup loaded with flavors of the land from which it comes.

Antigua grown, Texas roasted. Enjoy!

 

 

 

Our Partner

Kuxtal Coffee and Tea was Co-Founded by family members of the owners of Finca San Miguel Urias, from Antigua Guatemala. The farm has been in the family since the late 1800’s and is one of only 34 farms that is certified as true Antigua coffee by the ACAP (Antigua Coffee Producers Association). In order to become certified by the ACAP, the farm must lie within certain geographical boundaries of Antigua.

Kuxtal Coffee and Tea imports the beans directly and oversees the roasting process right here in Austin, TX before being driven across town to their home at Onnit headquarters.

 

 

Contents and Purity

Caffeine: 1.37%

Chlorogenic Acid: 1.1%

Chlorogenic acid is one of the most beneficial compounds found naturally occurring in coffee. It’s a polyphenol, so chlorogenic acid is responsible for most of the antioxidant benefits you get from coffee. It helps fight free radicals and may help maintain blood pressure levels already in the normal range.

A study done on dark roast and light roast coffee found that that dark roast coffee more effectively improved the antioxidant status of red blood cells even though dark roast coffee typically has less chlorogenic acid than light roast coffee. [source]

Purity: This coffee has been tested to be below detectable thresholds for both mold and mycotoxins.
 

 
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Company: Onnit
Brand: Onnit
Slogan: Earth Grown Body Fuel
Origin: USA
Category: Coffee
Packaging: 12oz
Claims: Single Estate, Whole Green, Farm Direct, Single Origin, Shade Grown
Variants: View Range Here
Price: $18.95
Where to Buy: Buy OnlineStore Locator
Website: onnit.com

 

 

 

 

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Wild Arabica coffee could be extinct in 70 years

Could global warming make it more difficult to find a great cup coffee in the morning? It seems possible, as a new study finds that climate change could drive wild Arabica coffee into extinction in the next 70 years.
Arabica coffee is grown all over the world, but it originated in the highlands of southern Ethiopia, where the wild plants have always had a restricted range. Scientists from Ethiopia and Kew Gardens in the United Kingdom took a look at those ranges under various climate change models to see how the coffee would be impacted. They found that in even the best-case scenarios, wild Arabica would lose 65 percent of its suitable habitat before the end of the century. In other models, that number rose to 99.7 percent.
The scientists warn that these predications are on the conservative side, since climate change models do not factor in deforestation — Ethiopia's human population has nearly doubled in the past 40 years — or changes in wildlife distribution, such as the presence of migrating birds that help distribute the coffee plants' seeds.
The effect, according to the researchers, will not be limited to wild Arabica plants. Arabica is the only coffee cultivated in Ethiopia, where it plays an important role in the country's economy. Coffee there is harvested from plantations, semi-domesticated forest sites and the wild. All of those sources could be affected.
Meanwhile, climate change will also pose a threat to Arabica production around the world. The scientists found that the Arabica grown on plantations worldwide has a limited genetic diversity, making it more susceptible to the direct effects of climate change or to pests and diseases, which could also accompany global warming. This makes the wild plants in Ethiopia even more important as a source of broader genetic material for cultivated coffee, as they contain an estimated 95 to 99 percent of the species' total genetic diversity.
Although all of this sounds scary, the authors say they do not want the study to incite fear. "The objective of the study was not to provide scaremonger predictions for the demise of Arabica in the wild," said lead author Aaron Davis, head of coffee research at Kew Gardens, the famous royal botanical site. "The scale of the predictions is certainly cause for concern, but should be seen more as a baseline from which we can more fully assess what actions are required."
Co-author Justin Moat, head of spatial information science at Kew, said "this should alert decision makers to the fragility of the species."
This new research, published Nov. 7 in the journal PLoS One, is part of an ongoing program from Kew to study the world's plants, including both threatened species and those that have a high cultural or economic importance.
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