The FDA allows for trace amounts of mold in every coffee on the market. We have intentionally sought out green coffee beans, grown without the use of pesticides, that have been tested and certified* mold and mycotoxin-free.
- Mold and Mycotoxin-Free
- Grown Without Pesticides
- Single Origin: Guatemala
- Tasty Notes of Almond and Caramel
- Medium & Dark Roasts
- Whole Bean or Ground
This is what sets Ascent Coffee apart and allows us to offer you this pure, clean coffee experience.
*See The Ascent Coffee Purity Results Analysis in the gallery above.
Mold and Mycotoxins
You deserve to know what’s in your coffee if you drink it everyday. Coffee may contain contaminants like pesticides and mold toxins like ochratoxin A and aflatoxin B1.
This can happen throughout the process of coffee production, either while growing or being stored.
For this reason we have chosen to work personally with our farmers in Guatemala, who utilize organic practices to grow the rich, flavorful beans and we then roast the beans here in the USA.
We have the coffee tested for absolute certainty that this is the cleanest coffee we can offer! (See our results in the product photo above)
Having a cup of Ascent Coffee is a new experience you can taste and feel for yourself!
Beans of Integrity
Not only do we ensure each batch of coffee is clean before it hits your cup, but we have direct partnership with farmers in Guatemala so you can rest easy knowing this coffee is sustainable in every way.
Our coffee is single origin, so there’s no question about where it’s coming from or how it got there. The beans themselves carry the flavor of origin and possess specific characteristics you will find nowhere else in the world.
At Ascent Nutrition, we believe this is the peak of what coffee can and should be.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Many Servings Are In Each Bag?
Each bag of Ascent Coffee provides 12 oz. of whole bean or ground coffee. On average, that will make 25-35 8oz. cups of brewed coffee, depending on personal brew preference.
How Should I Brew Ascent Coffee?
Ascent Coffee can be brewed through a variety of methods and can be enjoyed as espresso, french press, drip, pour over, or cold brew.