Available as Wholebeans - Ground Medium Fine for filter machines - Ground Coarse for Cafetieres
Ground Fine for use in Espresso Machines.
You’re about to choose the best Decaf Coffee. This is a medium-roasted Coffee from Central America. It is as full-bodied and flavoursome as a “regular” infusion, brimming with character and charm in every sip. Perhaps most notable is its absence of a significant amount of caffeine, a stimulant that, despite its benefits, isn’t for everyone. We pack Decaf Coffee fresh to order to ensure its quality and consistency.
What is Decaf Coffee?
Decaffeination is the process used to remove caffeine from Beans and Loose Leaf Tea. There are four primary methods for how Decaf Coffee is made. However, The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company utilises only the safest and most efficient methods. These are the so-called Swiss Water Process, which extracts 94% to 96% of caffeine, and, as is the case here, the Co2 process.
The Co2 process involves pressurised liquid Carbon Dioxide (Co2) that extracts small caffeine molecules. Since the flavour molecules are larger, they remain intact. Meanwhile, the method rids your Coffee of a remarkable 96% to 98% of its caffeine content. Not only does it account for the highest amount of the stimulant, but it also avoids potentially unsafe solvents and instead relies on natural Co2.
How Much Caffeine in Decaf Coffee?
You’ve probably noticed that we’ve so far not mentioned Decaf Coffee Beans that are 100% void of caffeine. The simple reason is that there is, sadly, no such thing. Every type will have about 5-10 milligrams remaining, a negligible amount in reality. Those who’d prefer to steer clear of the chemical compound altogether could consider a popular Coffee substitute such as Dandelion Coffee.
Decaf Coffee Pregnancy
According to NHS Choices, pregnant women should have no more than 200-mg of caffeine daily - the equivalent of two fully caffeinated cups of Coffee. A suitable alternative, therefore, is our Decaf Ground Coffee, which, of course, has considerably less of the constituent within. It is also an excellent option for caffeine-sensitive individuals who merely want to cut down their intake.
Decaf Coffee Calories
Calorie-counting has become increasingly fashionable in recent years, particularly among the health-conscious who wish to watch what they eat or drink. The good news is that you have little to worry about when you put on the kettle and indulge in Decaf Coffee. Indeed, like its minimal caffeine content, there are only about four calories per 8-oz cup - albeit when served black without milk or sugar.
Does Decaf Coffee Taste Different?
A concern people have shared with us in the past can be summed up in the question: “Does Decaf Coffee taste different?” You’ll undoubtedly be pleased to know that the answer is a resounding “no”. While the decaffeination process eliminates the vast majority of its energising potential, the flavour isn’t influenced. Expect your new favourite beverage to be as delicious and wholesome as any other from our range.
Decaf Coffee Benefits
The latest scientific research has uncovered a multitude of impressive traits associated with your morning cuppa. It is important to note, though, that most studies have explored the Benefits of Coffee that have caffeine rather than their decaf counterparts. Nevertheless, preliminary evidence has found curious correlations between Decaf Coffee and weight loss, as well as lower blood pressure.
Caffeine LevelDecaff (none)
CountryMore Than One Origin