Latin Honey Shop 20+ Active Raw Organic Coffee Bean Honey From Mexico

20+ ACTIVE Raw Organic Coffee Bean Honey from Mexico 227g

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227g net weight in a glass jar

  • The world's first active coffee bean honey. The tastier and affordable alternative to manuka honey.

  • Lab certified 20.5 antibacterial Total Activity (see certificate).

  • Equal to TA 20+ manuka honey which costs up to £100 a jar.

  • Why spend £100 on a 250g jar of Comvita manuka 20+ honey when you can get a tastier 20+ honey for less?

  • From bees feeding on arabica coffee bean plantations in Chiapas, Mexico, one of the world's finest coffee producing regions.

  • Raw (unpasteurised), none of the pollen has been filtered out

  • Certified organic GB-ORG-04

  • Crystallised, with tasting notes of vanilla, molasses and chocolate coffee (mocha)

Read on for more details about the origin, taste and uses of this crystallised honey.

Indigenous tribes in Mexico have been farming coffee for hundreds of years.  Today, Mexico produces some of the world's finest organic coffee.

But the best organic coffee in Mexico is grown in the beautiful mountain highlands of Chiapas state in southern Mexico, which lie 1000-1500m above sea level.

The indigenous tribes of Chiapas manage 1500 independent coffee plantations as the main source of their livelihood.

The Coffea arabica plant is native to the mountains of Yemen. It was the first species of coffee to be cultivated.

Coffea arabica grows best at high altitude in tropical regions in the 15-24C temperature range.

The plants reach 9-12m in height. The annual bloom produces small white flowers of 10-15mm diameter.

8-9 months later the flowers ripen into the shiny red coffee "cherries." Each coffee cherry contains two arabic seeds, or beans. The coffee beans.

Coffee honey with a 16% coffea pollen count is considered good coffee honey. This honey has a coffea pollen count of 40%, which means that it is exceptional.

Tasting notes: Vanilla and molasses with a light chocolate coffee (mocha) aftertaste
Texture: crystallised (sets quickly due to the high pollen content)
Aroma: dark chocolate
Sweetness: sweet

This honey tastes delicious straight from the spoon, over toast or porridge, or with good quality yoghurt, fresh cream or ice-cream.

In accordance with EU directive 1924/2006 we are unable to make any health claim about any of our honeys. The information given below is either background information about the plants from which our honey comes, or anecdotal based on customer reviews. It should not be inferred from the plant properties that this honey automatically possesses the same qualities or provides the same benefits as the plant.”

This honey has a lab certified antibacterial Total Activity rating of 20.5. This means that it is equal to a 20.5% antibacterial solution.

It can be consumed like any other honey or applied on the skin in small amounts.

A 2016 study by Sao Paolo State University in Brazil found that coffee bean honey contained:

- High levels of Vitamin C (29.5mg / 100g), the same as grapefruit, tangerines, mangoes and spinach.

- More potassium (96mg / 100g)  than bananas, apples and papayas.

- More calcium (34mg / 100g) than cauliflower and bananas.

A 2015 study by Chiang Mai University in Thailand found that coffee bean honey contained:

- A higher antibacterial content than other honeys

- A higher flavonoid content than every other honey, including manuka 

- The highest anti-tyrosinase activity among 16 other honeys. Tyrosinase inflames the skin and causes pigmentation issues. 

For maximum benefits, eat half a teaspoon of this honey first thing in the morning on an empty stomach or mix it into a glass of cool water and drink it.

This honey can be used like ordinary honey but is best taken as a half teaspoon of this honey mixed into a glass of cool or warm (not hot) water and drunk three times a day on an empty stomach.

1. Moura Kadri, Samir & Zaluski, Rodrigo & Lima, Giuseppina & Mazzafera, Paulo & Orsi, Ricardo. (2016). Characterization of Coffea arabica nonofloral Honey from Espírito Santo, Brazil. Food Chemistry. 203. 10.1016/j.foodchem.2016.02.074.
2.   Jantakee, Kanyaluck and Yingmanee Tragoolpua. Activities of different types of Thai honey on pathogen1c bacter1a causing skin d1seases, tyros1nase enzyme and generating free radicals. Biological research vol. 48,1 4. 16 Jan. 2015, doi:10.1186/0717-6287-48-4                                                                   
Note: unless where specifically mentioned, none of these statements have been clinically proven in scientific trials and none of these statements constitute a claim as to any health benefit. Please contact us for links to the various scientific studies cited in these statements.

Customer Reviews

Based on 43 reviews
Coffee Bean subtle

The coffee bean taste is most definitely not an overwhelming note in this honey, but that is perhaps the desired taste

20+ ACTIVE Raw Organic Coffee Bean Honey from Mexico 227g

Tastes magnificent. My daughter and I drink it in warm water in used Latin Honey jars for more fun.
I gave a jar to my honey connoisseur friend who loved it so much I gave him another jar. He believes it's the best type of health drink. I agree.

Really tasty

Really happy with the selection of honeys that a bought and can see the difference in quality in comparison to shop brands. Will be coming back for more


Bought 4 different jars of honey. Fabulous service and fast delivery. Was kept informed at every stage.
Products themselves are 100% amazing and delicious. Have previously bought some and would definitely recommend them . Superb.

Highly Recommended

I have been meaning to order from The Latin Honey Shop for a few months now; ever since I saw them online when they launched. I decided to take action during the month of Ramadan. I ordered the Coffee Bean Honey & the Rivera Gum Honey. Both tubs of honey are great, they are quality and 100% organic of course. Check them out! I highly recommend it!