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Brazil Decaf SWP 340g
Region: Various Regions
Growing Altitude: 900 – 1200 MASL
Process: Washed/Swiss Water Process
Cupping Notes: Peanut Butter, Chocolate, Nutty, Clean, Medium Acidy
Roasted: Medium and a smidge dark
Size: 340 Gram
Brazil decaf is your favorite childhood memory. Think; nannies baking and all the love. My Nannie used to make me these peanut butter cookies and if you asked me what this coffee tastes like… it’s her peanut butter cookies. It’s so good!!
Decaffeinated using the Swiss Water Process which is done by soaking the beans in pure water and then circulating for hours until only 0.1 percent of the caffeine is left. If done properly (and it is), you are left with a more robust and predominant flavor. This is done in Delta B.C.
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