Peet's Coffee Wet Processed Options
Hey there. New user and brand new to this whole BPE thing. Not sure if I'm gonna jump completely on-board, however I did want to find out more about mycotoxins and coffee. I'm a Peet's drinker and wanted to see which coffees were wet processed and high elevation for at least some "bulletproofing". Emailed customer support and got a reply same day.
Here's her response:
"Thank you for your email.
If youâ€™re looking for high-elevation grown and wet-processed coffees, you would be interested in the following:
Guatemala San Sebastian
New Guinea Highlands
Kenya Auction Lot
I hope this information is helpful! If you have any additional questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to let me know."
Costa Rica is my favorite blend so I'll stick with that for now. I like being able to walk into a store and pick up a pound of coffee rather than order online and pay shipping. Better yet, I can get free shipping on order over $40 bucks, and the beans are fresh roasted. Plus Peet's is fairly ubiquitous where I live (bay area).
I'm curious though why Dave Asprey didn't mention these coffees as being potentially bulletproof since Peet's is a pretty popular chain. Of course, maybe he researched these and rejected them based on a testing or something. Anyone know?
Might try turning it into BPC when I get some Kerrygold unsalted butter. How critical is the MCT?
Anyway, just wanted to share!