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In Latin America, coffee farms are often run by families, with their own homes on the same land where their coffee grows. We’ve sipped coffee with these farmers for decades, sitting on their verandas, overlooking the lush beauty of the coffee trees rolling out in the distance. Most times it was a lightly roasted coffee like this one. It took us more than 80 tries to get it right—mellow and flavorful with a nice softness.

 

FRESHNESS

Simply stated, coffee tastes best when it's fresh. That's why we hold ourselves to some of the industry's most stringent freshness standards.

 

SUSTAINABILITY IN OUR COFFEE SOURCING

Our buying activities help support and improve our coffee-producing communities.
  • DESCRIPTION

In Latin America, coffee farms are often run by families, with their own homes on the same land where their coffee grows. We’ve sipped coffee with these farmers for decades, sitting on their verandas, overlooking the lush beauty of the coffee trees rolling out in the distance. Most times it was a lightly roasted coffee like this one. It took us more than 80 tries to get it right—mellow and flavorful with a nice softness.

 

FRESHNESS

Simply stated, coffee tastes best when it's fresh. That's why we hold ourselves to some of the industry's most stringent freshness standards.

 

SUSTAINABILITY IN OUR COFFEE SOURCING

Our buying activities help support and improve our coffee-producing communities.
  • DESCRIPTION

In Latin America, coffee farms are often run by families, with their own homes on the same land where their coffee grows. We’ve sipped coffee with these farmers for decades, sitting on their verandas, overlooking the lush beauty of the coffee trees rolling out in the distance. Most times it was a lightly roasted coffee like this one. It took us more than 80 tries to get it right—mellow and flavorful with a nice softness.

 

FRESHNESS

Simply stated, coffee tastes best when it's fresh. That's why we hold ourselves to some of the industry's most stringent freshness standards.

 

SUSTAINABILITY IN OUR COFFEE SOURCING

Our buying activities help support and improve our coffee-producing communities.
  • DESCRIPTION

In Latin America, coffee farms are often run by families, with their own homes on the same land where their coffee grows. We’ve sipped coffee with these farmers for decades, sitting on their verandas, overlooking the lush beauty of the coffee trees rolling out in the distance. Most times it was a lightly roasted coffee like this one. It took us more than 80 tries to get it right—mellow and flavorful with a nice softness.

 

FRESHNESS

Simply stated, coffee tastes best when it's fresh. That's why we hold ourselves to some of the industry's most stringent freshness standards.

 

SUSTAINABILITY IN OUR COFFEE SOURCING

Our buying activities help support and improve our coffee-producing communities.

Copa Vida Coffee (Beans)

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QUALITY COFFEE 14oz. (BEANS) DIRECTLY FROM NICARAGUA 

FOR A DONATION OF $9.99

I have spent over twenty years preaching the Gospel in Nicaragua. We now have great relationships with some of the best coffee growers in the world. There are basically three grades of coffee and many ways to roast. Copa Vida is the best of the best. We are not going to offer anything but the best. CopaVida is the coffee I drink. It's rich, smooth, and has a wonderful roasted flavor. 

Enjoy,

Apostle Jonas Clark

p.s. Coffee purchases are donations and proceeds go to foreign missions.  

 

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