Brazil Fazenda São José | Decaf Coffee
What happens when you love the flavor of coffee but can't handle the caffeine? You go decaf!
We were hesitant about offering a decaf in our coffee offer list. But our customers requested a decaf quite often so we took the plunge into decaf. This is a smooth cup. A classic al Brazil with a few fruity notes to lighten it up.
Also works lovely as: Turkish coffee (Ibrik), Moka pot, Aeropress, French Press, Filter, Cold Brew
Taste notes: Caramel, Dark Chocolate, Grapefruit, Peanuts
Variety: Catuai, Mundo Novo
Quality score: 84
100% Naturally Decaffeinated Arabica Coffee
Net weight: 250g/500g
Fazenda São José was founded in 1958 by Orostrato Olavo Silva Barbosa and is family-owned ever since. The Barbosa family is strongly committed to sustainability and high-quality standards. The coffee farm is located in the Guaxupé region, one of the most important regions for coffee production, also known as “Montanhas cafeeiras” (coffee mountains). The region offers perfect growing conditions thanks to the slightly tropical climate and the hilly landscape and this wonderful natural really shows the work that the Barbosa family puts into their coffees.
The coffee is decaffeinated using an all-natural CO2 decaffeination process. It's not magic. It's actually science. You can read how all this is done HERE.
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