Abundant Life is giving away 1 pound of coffee

About Abundant Life Coffee:

Abundant Life Coffee is a family owned coffee importing business committed to bringing economic opportunity to the Lenca Indians in Honduras. In partnership with Frontline Missions we provide them with start-up capital and training so that they can grow their own coffee on their own land.

Abundant Life Coffee is strictly high grown specialty grade washed Arabica

The Lenca have been trapped in a cycle of poverty and dependency for generations because of low wages and seasonal work. These conditions force them into accepting loans from others with very unfavorable terms. Our goal is to help free as many Lenca as possible from this cycle of poverty and dependency by giving them the opportunity to become coffee producers themselves. All of the Honduran coffee we import is premium grade specialty 100% Arabica, shade grown at 5,000′ elevation, hand picked and all naturally grown. No harsh chemicals or pesticides are used in the farming process so our coffee is both healthy and environmentally friendly. Rich in Flavor, Enriching Lives is more than a catchy phrase. We provide specialty coffee that is rich in flavor because it is among the best coffee available from Honduras. The lives of the Lenca Indians are enriched because now they produce their own coffee and receive full compensation for their efforts. This allows them to provide for their families and properly maintain their farms. When you purchase our coffee you are doing more than simply getting a great bag of coffee, you are becoming a partner with us in our mission to provide a more abundant life to the Lenca Indians.

About the owner, Greg Hines:

I am the owner of Abundant Life Coffee Group, LLC and a missionary to Honduras. The mission is to bring economic opportunity and spiritual hope to the Lenca Indians in Honduras. One village, one family at a time, we are changing lives with coffee.ourstory Abundant Life Coffee purchases and imports only the top quality specialty coffee grown by family farmers in the mountains of Honduras. We pay the growers the highest price possible to ensure they receive compensation that greatly exceeds the Fair Trade minimum wage. My desire to bring economic relief grew out of the relationships I built with many of the Lenca starting in 2009. I learned that they are hard working people, and most of them own a small piece of land; they simply lack the resources to start and maintain their own farming businesses. By helping them start their own farms and telling them about Jesus we bring them hope for better life now and for eternity.

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1. Where is your favorite place to go for coffee? What do you like about it?

2.  What is your favorite way to make coffee? Using which kind of devise?

3. What do you love to put in your coffee? Why do you love it that way?

4. Do you drink seasonal coffees? Teas? If so, which are your favorite?

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I love the frosted coffee they have at Chick Fil A. I take it home, put it in the freezer and take it out a few hours later and eat it with a spoon. A nice treat for evenings. Soooo good!

I make my coffee in a Bun. It makes quickly because I have a hard time waiting on coffee to brew! My drink of choice!! And after numerous tries over the years, this year I’ve learned to finally drink it black and I love it!

I definitely love the seasonal coffees. Pumpkin spice is my favorite but I love blueberry as well when it's available.

4. I really don't drink seasonal coffee, but one of my favorite flavors is Grand Traverse Cherry coffee. So good.

I personally don't drink coffee. But my husband is a huge fan of loose coffee. He goes to Starbucks daily before work. He has a Keurig that he uses loose coffee in.  quilting dash lady at Comcast dot net

1.  My favorite place to go for coffee was a local coffee shop for Highland Grog.  Sadly, it has closed.

2.  I prefer my regular drip coffeemaker!  I've tried others and have a French press but prefer the old kind!

3.  Don't mess with adding anything to my coffee!  

4.  Seasonal teas are fine but not coffee!

3. I love to put flavored creamer in my coffeee. Makes it taste so good!  These days I'm following a ketogenic eating plan so it's a once-a-week treat instead of a daily indulgence. Thanks for the chance to win a prize! I love coffee!

Alas I am not a coffee drinker...imagine w/ parents who were coffee addicts and being a night nurse for many years, I still never acquired a taste. I do like seasonal teas and in the winter months, drink tea to stay warm. My favorites are Mint flavored, Licorice root and English and Irish breakfast teas. I am surrounded by coffee drinkers still. My hubby and 4 of our 5 children drink it on a very regular basis. My hubby likes to grind his own beans and one of my sons actually roasted his own beans for a while! 

I drink seasonal teas.  I love Christmas teas and chocolate tea!

I love Dunkin Donuts Iced Coffee. I have a running joke with my uncle that Dunkin is better than McDonalds and the people at Dunkin know my order when they see my car!

I am a tea person. Seasonal teas smell so good, but I’m a plain Jane tea drinker... just a teabag and some hot sugar.. no lemon.

*not entering* I wanted to say this is amazing coffee! My family agrees this tastes better and richer than a store bought brand. We will continue to support Greg!! I encourage every one here to try it out! 


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