Cafe Britt Costa Rica Decaf Gourmet Coffee
Decaf blends have a reputation for being bland and plain, however, our Cafe Britt Costa Rica Decaf gourmet coffee is anything but. Despite the dark roast required to coax the flavors out of decaffeinated beans, this blend is mild, with a light acidity. Its flavor is balanced and light-bodied, perfect for coffee drinkers who are sensitive to caffeine. Its unique aroma of seeds and dry leaves is complemented by the flavor notes of honey and clove. Perfect for enjoying on a quiet evening.
Some people would argue that decaf coffee isn’t even really coffee, however, we think you’ll beg to differ after trying our decaf. This coffee is a special “Mezcla de la Casa” or “House Blend”. This is a mix of the harder, acidic beans of the Central Valley. Highlights dense, full-bodied beans of the Western Valley, which make the perfect combination of beans for a decaf.
After purchasing the beans for this blend from local growers, we transport them to Veracruz, Mexico where they undergo the “indirect water method” decaffeination process that eliminates 99.9% of the caffeine without compromising on flavor. The beans are first ‘washed’ by infusing them with water vapor, and then washed a second time with the same water to restore any flavor that may have been ‘lost’ during the first washing. In this way, we are retaining as much of the flavor as possible, something you may not find in other decaf coffees.
At the conclusion of the process, the beans are returned to our roastery in Costa Rica. Here we carefully roast the beans to bring out their optimum flavors.
About Cafe Britt Costa Rica Decaf Dark Roast
- 1 pack of Cafe Britt Costa Rica Decaf Gourmet Coffee
- 100% Costa Rican Arabica Coffee; Kosher; High-mountain grown
- Dark roasted; Indirect-water process; Kosher certified; High-mountain grown SHB (Strictly Hard Bean); Gluten Free
- Premium three-layered aluminum packaging and a one-way freshness valve to guarantee maximum freshness
- From our Costa Rican highlands, our beans originate in the Central Valley