SINGLE ESTATE GROWN - MASTERFULLY ROASTED - ANTIOXIDANT RICH COFFEE
We’re committed to providing you with the highest-quality organic and non-gmo coffee available — consumer products that offer maximum nutrition and functionality — and actively participate in the preservation and conservation of the land in which this exceptional Honduran coffee is grown. Supporting the Macaw Coffee Company benefits your health and our environment.
Nestled in the mountains south of San Pedro Sula, Finca Buenos Aires is the name of our farm where Macaw Coffee Grows. Our farm is located at the ideal elevation for coffee growing. Our beans contain more antioxidants than other farms due to our method of storage and the reuse of layers as fertilizer.
High-elevation, shade-grown, organic, USDA-certified, Rainforest-Alliance-certified, Finca Buenos Aires uses only organic fertilizers and pesticides. Much of our fertilizer is repurposed remains from our coffee cherries…..Learn More
Coffee has more antioxidants than green tea, but they are lost in the roasting process. The patented HealthyRoast™ process retains 100% of the antioxidants naturally occurring in the coffee bean. We soak the green beans in water, thereby pulling out the water-soluble antioxidants and polyphenols.
After roasting, we spray and inject the antioxidant/polyphenol-rich water back in to the hot coffee beans. The liquid helps cool the freshly roasted beans, the water flash-evaporates, and the naturally occurring antioxidants and polyphenols are put back into the roasted coffee…..Learn More
In the beginning, coffee originated in Ethiopia, where it is said a goatherd stumbled upon these beans growing on trees. The goats would eat them and become so spirited that they would stay up all night.
Upon the discovery, the herder brought the beans to the monastery where the monks claimed that the beans helped them keep their focus through long hours of evening prayer. Soon, the word spread and the reputation of the coffee bean became known to the world.
In the fifteenth century, coffee growing had spread across the Arabian Peninsula…….Learn More