It's All About The Bean
We are a niche roaster located on the Caribbean island of St Thomas, US Virgin Islands. We started this coffee trip a few years back and have only recently decided to share our expertise with more than just friends and family.
We carry a variety of amazing beans from all over the world. We lean on the organic and free trade beans as much as possible.
We are certain you will enjoy the unique tastes of our single origin selections as much as us.
The Health Benefits of the Bean
Coffee has been studied extensively for its potential health benefits, and there is evidence to suggest that moderate coffee consumption may have several positive health effects. Some of the potential health benefits of drinking coffee include:
- Improved cognitive function: Coffee contains caffeine, which can improve alertness, concentration, and overall cognitive function. This can be particularly beneficial in the morning or during periods of mental fatigue.
- Reduced risk of type 2 diabetes: Several studies have found moderate coffee consumption may be associated with a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes. The exact mechanism is not yet fully understood, but it may be related to the way that coffee affects insulin sensitivity.
- Lower risk of liver disease: Some research suggests that coffee consumption may be associated with a reduced risk of liver diseased such as cirrhosis and liver cancer. This may be related to the way that coffee affects liver enzymes and reduces inflammation in the liver.
- Reduced risk of depression: Some research suggests that moderate coffee consumption may be associated with a lower risk of depression. This may be related to the way that coffee affects brain chemistry and improves mood.
It’s important to note that these potential health benefits are generally associated with moderate coffee consumption, which is typically defined as 3-5 cups per day. Drinking excessive amounts of coffee (more than 400 mg of caffeine per day) can have negative side effects such as jitteriness, anxiety, and disrupted sleep..
Numbers Speak For Themselves!
Organic and Free Trade
We strive to provide Organic and Free Trade beans whenever possible.