Decaffeinated Water Processed Coffee

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Brewing instructions

Available as Wholebeans - Ground Medium Fine for filter machines - Ground Coarse for Cafetieres
Ground Fine for use in Espresso Machines.

Brewing instructions

Description

Decaffeinated Water Processed Coffee (also called Swiss Water Process Decaffeinated Coffee) is where the beans have had their caffeine content removed in the most natural way available. The result is that it is almost - but not quite - 100% devoid of the stimulating chemical compound.

Embrace a full-bodied flavour with sweet undertones when you choose the best Swiss Water Process Decaf Coffee here. 

What Decaf Coffee is Swiss Water Processed

Understanding the method of making Decaffeinated Coffee with the Swiss Water Process will come in due course. Right now, we’d like to talk about its origins in Central America. This region is renowned for the cultivation of washed Arabica Coffee beans.

The unique climatic conditions and fertile soils likewise lend themselves to outstanding characteristics in cup. But what is the Swiss Water Decaf Process

What is the Swiss Water Process?

The Decaffeinated Coffee Water Process is one of the most natural ways to extract Caffeine in Coffee. It involves high-pressure hot water passing through the Coffee, removing both the caffeine and flavour molecules.

The water then gets put through a carbon filter, At that point, the smaller flavour molecules are returned to the beans, and the larger caffeine molecules are retained. It accounts for 94-96% of the stimulant. 

Co2 Decaf Process Vs Swiss Water Process

The option of Decaffeinated Coffee beans using the Swiss Water Process is but one of four main methods. We utilise one other: The Carbon Dioxide (Co2) Process with our ever-popular Decaf Coffee.

This is where producers extract the compound with pressurised liquid Co2 while leaving the flavour intact. Though most efficient at a 96-98% removal, some people prefer the simplicity of the Water Process. 

Why Have Decaffeinated Coffee at All? 

There are countless reasons you might be tempted to steer clear of caffeine. Perhaps you’re pregnant and have been urged to avoid more than 200-mg of caffeinated Coffee daily. Perhaps instead you’re sensitive to its effects or have had one too many bad nights’ sleep.

No matter the reason, you can count on us to provide the most indulgent Swiss Water Process Decaf Coffee around.

Additional info
  • Caffeine Level
    Caffeine Level
    Decaff (none)
  • Country
    Country
    More Than One Origin
  • Roast
    Roast
    Dark
Reviews
4.6 / 5
  1. Lovely decaf coffee beans - would recommend!

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  2. Trying to find a decal coffee (I have to limit my caffeine intake for health reasons) has not been easy. I really like this one as it has hardly any bitterness and an excellent flavour.

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  3. First time purchased - love it!

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  4. They just rocked up when needed, perfick.

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  5. Lovely taste. As rich as coffee beans with caffeine. I'm addicted.

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  6. Lovely full bodied but rounded flavour.

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  7. Full of flavour despite being decaf. We will buy again.

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  8. Like the idea but the coffee was a good mild flavour.

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  9. Great tasting decaffeinated coffee. So many decaffs can be insipid, but this is very tasty.

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  10. Good flavour for decaf coffee

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