Decaffeinated coffee beans. Fresh roasted, packed in 250G bags. Fitted with a one way valve. 100% Arabica. this Decaff coffee is very popular.
The blend comprises beans from many regions. For instance Peruvian coffee.
As well as the always dependable Brazilian. Likewise central Americas feature here too.
The decaffeinated coffee beans process using the MC Decaff method. MC stands for Methylene Chloride. This is a transparent and sweet liquid.
Firstly Colombian and Peruvian coffee beans are steamed. Steaming causes the caffeine to move. From the innards to the outside of the green bean.
Secondly the MC is applied and removes the caffeine. The coffee is then re-steamed to remove any remaining Methylene Chloride.
Further the decaffeinated coffee beans are dried out. Prior to roasting in the usual way.
As an aside MC evaporates at anything up to 200 degrees Fahrenheit.
Coffee is roasted at 350 to 425 degrees Fahrenheit. Therefore very little is left behind.
Moreover the solution is ideal. Because it leaves the majority of the flavour in place.
Most noteworthy there is no such thing as a caffeine free coffee bean. At best there will be 7 – 13% left behind. No matter how exotic a process is named.
In addition all processes are messy. In conclusion none are perfect. Regardless of claims to the contrary.
Decaffeinated coffee beans are 100% Arabica A smooth tasting and sweet blend. In modern times it’s very popular. Most notable in affluent areas.
As a recommendation one London based customer said. “For me my mind is changed. This blend has converted me almost overnight. I drink the Happy Donkey Brazilian in the mornings. After that it’s now the Costa Rica or the Decaff”.
How’s that for a comment?