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A Note to You from Joshua P. Warren:

You're probably reading this right now because you’re like me.

You enjoy a damn fine cup of coffee.

Honestly, I don't drink coffee that much; so for me to write this is a pretty big deal ;-)

When I began traveling to Puerto Rico, in the middle of the Bermuda Triangle, a decade ago, I immediately heard legends about the coffee here.

The first thing I heard was, "It's the chosen coffee served in the Vatican."

But more than that:

Especially the Alto Grande Super Premium is renowned as the Premium Coffee of Kings, heralded in the finest cafes of Europe since 1839.

I knew that, historically, Puerto Rico had a 5-star reputation for coffee. The high, cool, misty mountains on this green island have provided ideal growing conditions since at least the 1800s.

By 1899, this small island was exporting 60 million pounds a year to the most demanding markets in the world.

But it wasn't until I tasted it, in a historic café in Old San Juan, that I realized the legends of quality were absolutely true.

I know of a coffee entrepreneur from Europe who travels to Puerto Rico every year, shrouded in secrecy. He is a persnickety aficionado who purchases enormous quantities from the mountains; beans grown at precise elevations and temperatures, with just the right amount of tropical moisture and sun.

I'm sure all those environmental qualities make a huge impact but, personally, I think it also has something to do with this island being the middle of the Bermuda Triangle.

There is a certain, strange energy here that is hard to explain.

There is less gravity.

Time slips by at a different rate.

There is a quiet peacefulness here, way out in the middle of the Atlantic’s bluest and deepest waters.

Once I created the Bermuda Triangle Research Base here, and began staying here a good chunk of each year, my wife, Lauren, and I instantly began sending gift packs of coffee to our loved ones back in the States.

These gift packs became an instant hit, and an easy go-to for any holiday gift-giving.

In fact, the demand was so great, our relatives started driving us nuts for more, and we actually told them they would only get one per year!

It can be very difficult to find these coffees in your typical neighborhood. Give it a try and you’ll see for yourself.

But I can promise you this:

For now, I'm putting together these exact same "gift packs," or coffee kits, and making them available to you. AND . . .

If you taste this coffee and don't love it, I'll send you your money back.

That's my guarantee.

So, there you have it.

If you know me, you know I won't be offering this very long. So take advantage of it while you can.

Taste the fine coffee of the Bermuda Triangle, and you'll realize there is truly something special here: the water, the plants, the sun, and the energy of the earth are rich.

And, who knows, you might even experience something . . . mystical and extra . . . a certain feeling
. . . unusual and wonderful, too.


Each Coffee Kit Contains ALL THREE:

Alto Grande Super Premium, Café Rico and Yaucono

Here's a side view of the coffees:

Here's the back of each coffee:

Total Cost for Entire Caribbean Coffee Kit, Shipped to You Directly from the Bermuda Triangle:
And Today

Shipping & Handling to Anywhere in the United States is:
Outside the United States, Shipping & Handling to Anywhere is an extra $35.

To purchase to be shipped OUTSIDE the United States for $69 + $35, for $104 total:


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