Dear Friend and Fellow Coffee Lover,

It’s 7AM on a Tuesday morning, and the sun is just beginning to peek over the lush single estate Farm called Loma La Gloria in the El Balsamo Quetzaltepec region of El Salvador.

The pinks and oranges of this spectacular sunrise spill out over the dew-drenched valleys. In the distance, a beautiful rock filled stream zig zags through the emerald landscape, sustaining the rich biodiversity of this breathtaking region.

The family that owns and operates this quaint, tucked away farm also has a private mill that allows them to better manage the quality and processing of these coveted micro lot beans made up of Honey and Natural coffees, all sourced from within the Loma La Gloria Farm.

Here, Ernesto has just begun his day’s work on a farm of just a few hectares.

He pulls down a supple branch, examining the over-sized coffee cherries clustered at the end. His years of experience help him gauge their ripeness – from the deep greens and subtle reds, he can tell these beans are perfect for harvesting.

Ernesto knows that this is one of the rarest coffees in the world – only a few thousand pounds are produced in this fertile area each year – and that when coffee drinkers want to experience something truly special, this is exactly what they’re looking for.

That’s why he grows his coffee beans with the greatest care, just like his father and grandfather before him. He refuses to use any harmful chemicals, insisting that every pound he harvests is natural. That’s why he grows in these mountains – the high altitude of over 1,300 meters and the ability to grow in shade conditions produces superior cherries… which translates to an unforgettable cup of coffee.

And that’s why he insists on hand-picking, spring-water washing, and sun drying his beans, so that there are no impurities to affect the symphony of flavors and aromas when you brew a cup for yourself.

Ernesto believes that when someone takes a sip of ultra-rare Pacamara coffee, they should taste more than just a great cup of coffee… they should taste the love and dedication that he and his family have put into their craft for generations.

Why Do Ernesto and Coffee Farmers Like Him Only Grow Pacamara Coffee?

The Pacamara coffee was the result of an attempt by El Salvadorian farmers in 1952 to produce larger beans… which theoretically would have produced bigger yields and made the coffee farming industry more profitable.

This experiment – a hybrid between the Bourbon mutation Pacas and Maragogype – did, in fact, produce beans that were considerably larger than other Arabica varietals. Unfortunately for these farmers, though, the process of cultivating this new hybrid was so expensive and labor-intensive that large-scale production was unsustainable.

BUT…

The quality of Pacamara coffee FAR exceeded anything the world had ever known (and, in fact, it remains unmatched today).

The deep, complex flavor and boldness of this coffee, whether French, medium, or dark roasted, quickly became a favorite of coffee connoisseurs throughout Central America.

And, as word spread, people from all over the world began looking for a way to savor this magnificent coffee too.

Pacamara farmers like Ernesto know that people can get an average cup of coffee just about anywhere. But achieving perfection in a cup – that’s something special. That’s why they devote their skills to growing only Pacamara beans – after all, anything else is just a cup of coffee.

What’s it Like to Experience Pacamara Coffee?

As you’ve probably guessed, this is not “grab a cup and swig it on the way to your next meeting” coffee. No, there are any number of Arabicas that will do just fine for that purpose.

That’s why we say that you “experience” Pacamara coffee.

It’s for quiet Saturday mornings when you can put on a robe and slippers, head out to the patio with your Kindle or a good paperback book, and forget about the stresses and pressures of the week.

It’s for gathering with good friends for excellent conversation and just catching up together.

It’s for romantic evenings with that someone special – gazing at the stars and feeling like nothing else on Earth exists.

What People Are Saying Coffee Boost

It tastes like a dream come true!

This coffee is extraordinary! It say the strength is Medium, and I would say that holds true, maybe light to medium. It tastes like a dream come true, I am not even kidding. This is more than likely the only coffee I would ever even consider drinking black. It is just so smooth, no bitterness to it at all.

ZiggyL, USA

Lifeboost whole bean coffee is so good!

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Chrissy B, USA

It tastes like a dream come true!

This coffee is extraordinary! It say the strength is Medium, and I would say that holds true, maybe light to medium. It tastes like a dream come true, I am not even kidding. This is more than likely the only coffee I would ever even consider drinking black. It is just so smooth, no bitterness to it at all.

ZiggyL, USA

Lifeboost whole bean coffee is so good!

Absolutely delicious! I am very picky about my coffee. It must be good. Not bitter, not too weak and not too strong. Lifeboost whole bean coffee is so good I even shared it with my father. He is very picky too and he was impressed that even being decaf the coffee had tons of flavor.

Chrissy B, USA

But let’s talk taste and aroma here.

Before your cup of Pacamara coffee even finishes brewing, you’ll know you’re in for an incredible treat. The aroma of these beans offers a tango of sweet and spicy that will awaken your senses and fill your home with a scent reminiscent of the world’s most exclusive coffee shops.

If you’re more of a medium roast coffee drinker, you’ll get a low acidity with subtle chocolate tones, coupled with a silky texture that tantalizes your taste buds with every sip.

You’re tasting some of the purest, most robust coffee anywhere!

Why Am I Telling You All of This if It’s Almost Impossible to Try Pacamara Coffee for Myself?

Let’s face it – Pacamara is one difficult coffee varietal to produce. And, because it can only be grown to perfection in one small area of northern El Salvador, there’s only so much fertile land to devote to this varietal.

That means that only a few thousand pounds are available each year. So, unless you have the right connections, you’re probably never going to taste this magnificent coffee for yourself.

Fortunately, you have just such a connection!

I’m a long-time coffee lover, and I’ve had the good fortune to experience Pacamara coffee for myself. I have to say, it definitely lives up to my expectations.

But that’s not what’s important.

What’s important is, thanks to some friends who were gracious enough to share their contacts with me, I’ve been able to negotiate a small purchase of whole Pacamara beans.

Now, by “small,” I’m talking about a few hundred pounds. But that’s a large part of the portion that will ever make it out of Central America. I’ve verified that every bag I have in stock is pure Pacamara Arabica – there are absolutely no substitutes, lower-quality “filler” beans, or any of the other tricks that “boutique” coffee suppliers sometimes like to pull.

And every bean is free from unnatural ingredients and contaminants, hand-picked at peak ripeness, washed in spring water, and sun-dried for the perfect flavor and aroma.

Opportunities Like This Don’t Come Along Very Often. And When They Do, They Don’t Stick Around Long.

Right now, you have the opportunity to get your hands on up to 6 1-pound bags of 100% Pacamara coffee beans. I’m limiting availability to 6 bags per customer because I want to give as many coffee lovers as possible the chance to savor what many industry experts call “the finest coffee in the world.”

Once we receive your order, we’ll roast your coffee beans to your liking and rush them right to your door. That way, you get the freshest flavor and aroma possible!

Now… with such a limited supply, I’m clearly going to run out quickly. And, even though I maintain close contact with a small number of Pacamara growers, the nature of producing this coffee means that I might not be able to negotiate another shipment for a year or longer.

So if you’ve ever wanted to treat yourself to one of the rarest, most prized coffee varietals on Earth, then you need to do yourself a favor and place your order now…

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Yes! I Can’t Wait to Experience Pacamara!

One last thing… I love hearing people’s reactions when they finally discover what the world has been keeping from them for decades. So please do me a favor, okay? After you’ve savored your first cup of this extraordinary coffee, shoot me a quick note at support@lifeboostcoffee.com and let me know how you liked it!

To Your Health (and Amazing Coffee),

Dr. Charles Livingston

One last thing… I love hearing people’s reactions when they finally discover what the world has been keeping from them for decades. So please do me a favor, okay? After you’ve savored your first cup of this extraordinary coffee, shoot me a quick note at support@lifeboostcoffee.com and let me know how you liked it!

To Your Health (and Amazing Coffee),

Dr. Charles Livingston

P.S.: I will tell you that if you order just one bag and run out, you’re going to be kicking yourself over it for a long time. As I mentioned, it could be a year or longer before I get another shipment. That’s why I’m allowing up to 6 bags per customer – that way, you can brew a pot for those special moments throughout the year, and never have to worry about running out! So before you finalize your order, please give some serious thought to choosing the 6-bag option.

Yes! I Can’t Wait to Experience Pacamara!

Frequently Asked Questions

So, you have questions? Let us try to answer them for you...

Is your product kosher?

Our coffee meets the Jewish Kosher Certification standards. It has never come into contact with any non-kosher item and was watched over by a rabbi during the production process. It was processed in a kosher certified facility and meets all the standards of Jewish Law.

What elevation is your coffee grown at?

When coffee is grown at higher altitudes (at least 4,000ft above sea level) has a number of beneficial effects on the beans. When you grow coffee at a higher altitude it slows the development and ripening of the beans. This is because the temperature of the environment is cooler which causes the beans to develop more slowly. The slow growth of the beans allows them to absorb more nutrients and become much more dense and harder than coffee grow at lower elevations. This means that there are more antioxidants in the beans, which means you will get more out of the coffee you are drinking. Not only is the coffee much more nutrient dense, it is also superior in taste. Most expensive high quality coffees are grown at higher elevations to maximize their flavor.

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Is your product considered fair trade?

Yes, it is! When coffee has a Fair Trade logo it means that coffee is grown in a sustainable environment. Fair trade farmers grow their coffee organically which is an environmentally friendly way of producing crops. Not only is this good for the environment, but it is better for the coffee. By employing organic farming methods the fair trade farmers are improving the quality of their coffee. There will be less toxins present in the coffee because they do not use pesticides or other chemicals during the growing process. Fair trade farmers also produce shade grown coffee, which also improves the quality of the final product (see shade grown section).

Fair trade farmers plant their crops in multiple areas of a region which is more environmentally friendly. When farmers grow all of their crops in one area they are quickly depleting the nutrients in the soil of that area which means that their crops will be of a lower quality. By spreading the crops out fair trade farmers are greatly reducing the nutrient depletion in the soil which is great for the environment and great for the coffee.

What does Shade Grown mean?

By growing coffee plants under a sun filtering canopy improves the quality of the coffee bean for a number of reasons. The trees provide shelter for the coffee plants from the sun. This allows the beans to mature at a slower. This allows them to become more nutrient rich, denser, and harder than coffee beans that are not shade grown. This means that the final coffee product will be much more nutrient rich and have a much better flavor.

The trees that shade the coffee offer other benefits than just protection from the sun. The leaves that fall from the branches of the trees provide a naturally occurring source of nutrients for the coffee plants. When the leaves decompose they become part of the soil which the coffee plants use to grow. This helps to improve the nutrient density of the coffee plants. The fallen leaves also provide protection for the coffee plants from weed growth. The fallen leaves act as a “mulch” making it hard for new seeds from other plants to grow. This means that there is more nutrients in the soil that are readily available for the coffee plants to use which will improve the nutrient richness of the coffee beans when they are fully developed.

Is your coffee gluten free?

Yes, our coffee is gluten free.

Where is your coffee produced?

Our coffee is grown in El Salvador.

Is your coffee single origin?

Yes, all of our coffee comes from the same farm. Coffee being from a “single origin” means that all of the beans come from one area of one farm. This helps to ensure you that every bean that goes into your coffee is of the same high quality as all of the others. This also means that all of the beans are processed in the exact same way and roasted the same way. This keeps the other beans from mixing with others, which can affect the flavor of your coffee and introduce foreign things like mycotoxins that may be present in other coffee beans that could be blended in.

What is the best way to store coffee at home?

Keep a week's worth of coffee in an airtight container at room temperature. If you wish to store it longer you can keep it in the refrigerator or the freezer.

If I am unhappy with my coffee, may I return it?

Yes, all you have to do is send back the unused product within 60 days and you will be fully refunded.