What Is Peak Performance Organic Coffee?

Peak Performance Organic Coffee is a high altitude single origin fair trade organic coffee that is grown in the Guatemalan Highlands, is pesticide free, and loaded with antioxidants.

With Peak Performance Organic Coffee you can rest assured knowing that you are putting the HEALTHIEST and CLEANEST cup of coffee in your body every day to give you the mental energy, physical energy, and alertness you need to achieve your Peak Performance!

The Harsh Truth: Regular Coffee On Your Health

The wrong cup of coffee can easily set you back both in terms of your bodyweight as well as your overall health level, according to the Association of Official Analytical Chemists Journal, who examined the levels of
mycotoxins in commercial grade coffee..

Commercial grade coffee like the ones you may find at your local coffee shop or fast food restaurants can be VERY unhealthy. Non-Organic coffee beans are some of the most heavily sprayed foods with pesticides leading to beans that can be downright toxic for your body and lead to inflammation.

This not only lowers the overall health qualities of the bean, but it also degrades the taste.

What’s more is that most of today’s commercial grown coffee is devoid of the natural antioxidants found in the beans and is more likely to make you crash just shortly after you consume it, according to a study published in the Food Chemistry Journal.

Since you care about your health and do your best to eat healthy, it only makes sense that your daily cup of coffee be healthy too!

Benefits of Peak Performance Coffee

Healthy Coffee Rule #1

Always Go Organic

Conventional coffee is one of the most heavily treated crops with pesticides, fungicides, and herbicides. One of the many health risks with these chemicals is that they can act as "xenoestrogens" in your body disrupting hormone balance for both men and women.

Healthy Coffee Rule #2

Coffee Grown At High Altitude Is Better

The higher the altitude the coffee is grown at, the denser the bean. You may have heard the term "Strictly Hard Bean" (SHB) which denotes an especially dense, high-altitude coffee. This Peak Performance Organic Coffee grown in the Guatemalan Highlands is a perfect example of this.

This higher elevation bean is more dense and thus of a higher quality grade. High Altitude Coffee also tends to have more antioxidants!

Healthy Coffee Rule #3

Single Origin Coffee Is Better

Because while "Blended" Coffee like a "Breakfast Blend" might sound cool... there's a much higher likelihood that at least one of the bean varieties that went into that blend was contaminated (coffee has been commonly known to be contaminated with energy robbing mold), meaning the entire batch is now contaminated.

Start Your Day With The Right Coffee

When you click the button and order now you'll also get a free copy of the book: "How To Make The Healthiest
Cup Of Coffee" (also available on this site). This book will walk you through the common unhealthy ways you
must avoid when preparing your coffee and will reveal the optimal,
high energy cup of coffee to start your day.

12oz Bag


12oz Bag

Whole Bean

K-Cup® Pack

USDA Organic

Real Reviews From Coffee Lovers Around The World

What They Had To Say About Peak Performance Coffee

The Common Questions on Peak Performance Organic Coffee
(Most Coffee Brands Avoid Answering These!)

Is this organic coffee?

Yes - Organic coffee is produced without the aid of artificial chemical substances, such as certain additives, pesticides and herbicides.

What kind of roast are these beans - light, medium, dark?

Medium roasted – they are medium brown in color with more body than light roasts. Like the lighter roasts, they have no oil on the bean surfaces. However, medium roasts lack the grainy taste of the light roasts, exhibiting more balanced flavor, aroma, and acidity.

What is the weight of the bag?

12 oz. - Meaning you get the optimal amount of coffee that remains fresh for weeks. Also very easy to store and travel with.

Is this high altitude grown and what are the benefits?

Yes - The main reason that higher elevation coffee is more sought after is the taste. When well-cared for, high elevation coffee will produce the more acidic, aromatic and flavorful cup of coffee that we love, while lower elevation coffee tends to have a lower acidity with little character in the cup.

Is this coffee wet processed?

Yes – Wet processed coffee is a relatively new method of removing the four layers surrounding the coffee bean. This process results in a coffee that is cleaner, brighter, and fruitier.

Is this Arabica or Robusta or Hybrid?

It's 100% Arabica. Arabica coffee is considered superior to Robusta coffee for several reasons. It has a much more delicate, rounded flavor than Robusta and many other varieties of coffee. Arabica coffee beans can generally be described as sweet and soft, with notes of berries, other fruits and sugar.