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A Darker Side of Coffee...

When it comes to coffee extract, not everything is as rich and pure as your morning cup. Beneath the surface of this beloved beverage lies a lesser-known story of dubious practices in its production.

Diluting the Essence: Watering Down the Potency...

One of the most common practices in coffee extract production is dilution. Manufacturers often add water or other liquids to stretch the coffee extract further, significantly reducing its strength and quality.

Synthetic Flavoring: Imitation Over Authenticity...

To compensate for weakened flavors due to dilution, some producers resort to synthetic flavoring agents. These artificial additives mimic the taste of coffee but lack the natural compounds that give authentic coffee extract its health benefits and rich aroma.

Misleading Marketing: The Art of Deception...

The labels on coffee extract products can be deceptive. Terms like 'natural flavor' may lead consumers to believe they're purchasing pure coffee extract when, in reality, the product contains only a fraction of genuine coffee essence.

Adding Fillers: Compromising Purity...

Fillers are often added to coffee extracts to bulk up the product. These can range from cheaper oils to various forms of sweeteners, which not only dilute the coffee's natural properties but also add unnecessary and sometimes harmful substances.

Artificial Colors: Aesthetic Over Authenticity...

Some manufacturers add artificial colors to their coffee extracts to mimic the deep, rich hue of true coffee. These colorants are purely cosmetic and offer no benefit; instead, they raise concerns about the product's overall purity and safety.

Our Pledge: Pure Glycerin-Based Coffee Extract...

In a market where these practices are all too common, our approach with coffee extract is refreshingly simple and honest. We use pure glycerin, ensuring that our coffee extract remains untainted by such questionable methods. Our commitment is to provide not only the authentic taste of coffee but also its full array of natural benefits, free from any unwelcome additives or manipulations.

A Brew-tiful History...

Did you know that coffee was discovered by dancing goats? Legend has it that a shepherd found his goats dancing with energy after eating coffee berries... talk about a natural espresso shot! ;)

Origins: The Ethiopian Highlands...

The story of coffee begins in the highlands of ancient Ethiopia. According to legend, it was here that Kaldi, the goatherd, noticed his goats frolicking energetically after munching on some wild berries. Curious, he tried the berries himself and felt a sudden burst of energy.

Arabian Expansion: Coffee Houses and Beyond...

From Ethiopia, coffee made its way across the Red Sea to Arabia in the 15th century. It was in Yemen that coffee beans were first roasted and brewed similarly to how we prepare them today. The world's first coffee houses, known as 'qahveh khaneh,' sprouted up in cities across the Middle East, from Istanbul to Cairo, becoming hubs of social activity and intellectual discourse.

European Love Affair: The Bean Conquers the West...

In the 17th century, coffee arrived in Europe, initially greeted with suspicion but soon embraced with passion. Coffee houses rapidly opened throughout Europe, mirroring the social role they played in the Middle East. They became centers for news, gossip, and business... not much different from today. 

The New World: Plantations and Politics...

Coffee’s journey continued to the New World, where it played a significant role in the colonial economy. Large coffee plantations were established in the Caribbean, South, and Central America, forever altering the social and economic landscapes of these regions.

Fun Fact: A Presidential Preference...

Did you know that coffee became more popular than tea in America after the Boston Tea Party? In a defiant move against British taxes on tea, Americans switched to coffee, making it a patriotic symbol.

Industrial Revolution: Mass Production and Distribution...

The Industrial Revolution brought significant advancements in coffee production and distribution. The invention of the espresso machine in the early 20th century changed the coffee game, leading to the creation of various coffee drinks we enjoy today.

The Modern Era: Specialty Coffees and Third-Wave Movement...

In recent years, there has been a surge in the popularity of specialty coffees and the third-wave coffee movement, emphasizing high-quality, artisanal coffee and sustainable farming practices.

Our Innovation: Coffee in Glycerin Extract...

Today, we celebrate coffee’s rich history by incorporating it into our unique glycerin-based extract. This innovative product captures the essence of the coffee bean, combining its rich flavors and aromas with the moisturizing benefits of glycerin. It's a modern twist on an ancient favorite, bringing the legendary energy and richness of coffee into the realm of health and beauty.