Decaf perfection in a cup that's truly decadent!

  • Ethiopia Sidamo

    Decaffeinated Swiss Water Decaf Coffee Ethiopia Sidamo

    Named after the Sidamo province of Southern Ethiopia, the province is famous for the fertile highlands south of Lake Awasa and, of course, for its coffee plantations. With only one harvest late in the year in Ethiopia, the birthplace of coffee, this decaf coffee is fully washed and the result is smallish Arabica beans bursting with flavour. Decaffeinated Ethiopia Sidamo coffee is renowned for its bright lemon and citrus notes first and foremost, but expect a honeysuckle aroma and a delicate finish with hints of green tea. Our decaf Ethiopia Sidamo coffee is decaffeinated using the Swiss Water method, developed by the Swiss Water Decaffeinated Coffee Company. The process sees green beans being washed and soaked in hot water to release 99.9% of the caffeine in the beans.

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  • Signature Espresso Blend

    Decaffeinated Swiss Water Decaf Coffee Signature Espresso Blend

    We are very proud of our signature espresso blend. What makes this blend stand out is that it packs a flavourful punch and produces a great créma. The old-fashioned approach to decaf espresso was to take whatever you had lying around. Not this blend. It is a labour of love combining beans from Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Ethiopia and Rwanda. This espresso blend produces a creamy and rich cup, silky mouthfeel and soft cocoa notes.

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  • Kenya AA

    Decaffeinated Swiss Water Decaf Coffee Kenya AA

    Grown north of Nairobi on the slopes of Mount Kenya, up to 2100 metres, this top AA grade coffee is the best known Kenyan decaf coffee. Kenya AA’s two annual harvests yield a coffee with exceptional brightness and a rich wine-like cup with hints of currants in a balanced, medium bodied Arabica coffee.This is very much a vibrant decaffeinated Kenya coffee that lights up the palate and pleasantly lingers in the mouth. Our decaf Kenya AA coffee is decaffeinated using the Swiss Water method, developed by the Swiss Water Decaffeinated Coffee Company. The process sees green beans being washed and soaked in hot water to release 99.9% of the caffeine in the beans.

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  • Costa Rica Strictly Hard Bean

    Decaffeinated Swiss Water Decaf Coffee Costa Rica Strictly Hard Bean

    Decaf Costa Rica Strictly Hard Bean is an Arabica coffee selected from quality coffees grown above 1200 metres in Tarazzu, the fifth canton in the Costa Rican province of San José, characterised by a pristine valley surrounded by mountains that are part of the Talamanca Sierra range of southern Costa Rica. This winning combination of altitude, climate and variety produces a famous all-rounder. Decaf Costa Rica SHB coffee has a little bit of everything; a crisp and clean aromatic cup, a balanced body with subtle chocolate and nutty tones suitable for all brewing methods. Our decaf Costa Rican coffee is decaffeinated using the Swiss Water method, developed by the Swiss Water Decaffeinated Coffee Company. The process sees green beans being washed and soaked in hot water to release 99.9% of the caffeine in the beans.

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  • Indonesia Sumatra Mandheling

    Decaffeinated Swiss Water Decaf Coffee Indonesia Sumatra Mandheling

    Once lost to the jungles of Sumatra, hidden amongst the lush jungle undergrowth in the heart of the Indonesian island of Sumatra, it took almost 100 years for this Arabica varietal to be rediscovered. Replanted in the Mandheling Province of West Sumatra, decaffeinated Indonesia Sumatra Mandheling coffee is known for its deep, brown sugar body, smooth cocoa finish and intense aroma for those who like a strong cup of coffee. Our decaf Indonesian coffee is decaffeinated using the Swiss Water method, developed by the Swiss Water Decaffeinated Coffee Company. The process sees green beans being washed and soaked in hot water to release 99.9% of the caffeine in the beans.

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