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Colombia Excelso Mountain Water Decaf
Select Growing Regions -Selected farms
Processing: Washed & Water decaffeination
Altitude: 1200 – 2000 MASL
Certifications: RFA (Rainforest Alliance)
drinking too much coffee while you are in lockdown or stuck working from home
this is the ideal coffee for you – processed beautifully with pure glacier water fromÂ Pico de Orizaba [CitlaltÃ©petl], Mexico’s highest mountain – you can drink freely without guilt check it out below>>>
smooth sweet syrupy full chocolate body raisin good long sweet finish nice long after taste
Mountain Water Decaf
these Mountain Water Decaf processed beans come from Latin Americaâ€™s first decaffeination plant that opened in 1983. Situated in Cordoba, Veracruz; the operation has grown and today is recognised worldwide for its quality control, research and development and innovation.
Mountain Water isnâ€™t just a name, the water used is melted glacial water from Pico de Orizaba [CitlaltÃ©petl], Mexicoâ€™s highest mountain.
The process is highly complex but put simply the green beans are steamed gently then immersed in water saturated with flavour compounds of coffee. As osmosis occurs, the only property that leaves the beans is caffeine. The essential flavour elements in the beans stay there, balanced by the water already containing the flavour elements. The beans are then dried, analysed and cupped.
Mountain Water knows their coffee, selecting grades and origins that come through the decaffeination process with body, flavour and aroma.
In June 2017, the The International Taste & Quality Institute based in Brussels with judges selected from 15 of the most prestigious European culinary and sommeliers associations awarded Mountain Water Decaf a gold star Superior rating.
$17.50 – $330.00
House Blend #1 – 3 Bean Arabica Blend
featuring green coffee beans fromÂ
Indonesia ~ Brazil Specialty
Costa Rica TarrazuÂ Specialty
Ideal if you have a small cafe or you are a micro roaster
and dont want to spend time blending – just roast and drink
full body rich semi sweet – syrupy body, earthy dark cocoa & spice notes – long sweet finish medium acidity with notes of malt makes a great espresso or milk based coffee.
Roasting Profile ~ Medium/Darkish – or golden brown in colour we drop just round start of 2nd crack if you prefer it slightly darker take it a little further
but not too much!
$16.00 – $48.00
House Blend #5
100% Arabica Green Bean Blend
a mix of Specialty coffees from Brazil Mexico & Ethiopia
medium body with balanced acidity milk chocolate toffee notes dark fruit and cinnamon spice/earthiness candy sweet – smooth drinking black or in milk – easy to roast
$19.00 – $38.00
a classic coffee from one of the most reknown coffee growing regions of the world exhibiting the finest characteristics of its renowned legacy and fertile volcanic soil
a superbly balanced cup showing some subtle florals dark fruit notes some
spice, with a deep sweet long decadent dark chocolate finish
a classic high altitude coffee
Premium Decaf Blend – 100 % Clean Glacier Water Process Decaf
Brazil -Colombia – Nicaragua (organic)
a this our Premium 3 Bean decaf blend this coffee has depth sweetness balance, depth and complexity – It tastes just like the real thing so you can enjoy all of the flavour whenever you want
Floral Peach Passionfruit Orange Toffee beautiful and clean balanced cup long aftertastea
SWP PREMIUM ESPRESSO BLEND 5 Bean Decaff
Swiss Water Process 100% Chemical Free
amazing coffee without caffeine – you will not believe this is decaff.
A Premium multi bean blend based on a Natural Brazil with delicious flavour highlights from Africa, Peru, Honduras and PNG especially selected for this premium decaff blend
a sweet chocolate cup with a bold yet smooth body. some orange and berry fruit acidity with a longish toffee finish.
this coffee has balance,depth and a lively flavour not often found in other lesser decaff coffees.
So if you’re going to drink decaff coffee it may as well be the best available
enjoy all of the flavour but none of the kick !
Roast on temperature and not colour as these beans go very dark because of the water processing – Your aim should to drop at the very start of start of 2nd crack or a little earlier if you would like a brighter profile