At the cupping table, we were completely floored by the clarity and sweetness present in the EA decaf cups. Crisp and fruit forward acidity couples with rich graham and chocolate to bring you a decaf coffee offering like you’ve never experienced before.
More info on EA Decaf process:
“Our Colombian E.A. (ethyl acetate) decafs are cupped as regular green samples and specifically identified for decaffeination, which happens in-country in Colombia before the coffee goes to export. This allows us to maintain both the integrity of the quality of the coffees we choose to decaf, but also to extend our intentional and responsible sourcing to our decaf offerings as well as our “regular.”
This process works by soaking green coffee in a bath of water and a solvent called ethyl acetate, which is naturally derived from fermented sugar, among other natural sources. The solvent bonds to the salts of chlorogenic acid within the coffee, which allows for the extraction of caffeine. The coffee is removed from its bath and steamed at low pressure to ensure no traces of E.A. are left, and the finished product is almost entirely free of any but the most trivial (0.1–0.3%) caffeine content.” (cafeimports.com)
Process: Sugarcane (Ethyl Acetate) Decaffeinated
Flavor Notes: Fruity, Graham, Cherry, Lemon, Cocoa
Weight: 12 ounces
100% Arabica Whole Bean Coffee
Roast Dates are stamped on the back of your coffee bag.