Our Decaf Coffee House Blend is made using the Mountain Water Process, a solvent-free method of decaffeination that removes caffeine without stripping away the flavor. We carefully select hardy coffee beans that can withstand the decaffeination process, resulting in a medium-bodied, balanced, and sweet cup of decaf coffee. This decaf coffee is the perfect choice for those who love the taste of coffee but want to reduce their caffeine intake. It's also a great way to introduce your friends and family to the world of decaf coffee.
Here are some of the benefits of our Decaf Coffee House Blend:
Made with the Mountain Water Process, a solvent-free method of decaffeination
Medium-bodied, balanced, and sweet
Perfect for those who love the taste of coffee but want to reduce their caffeine intake
A great way to introduce your friends and family to the world of decaf coffee
Try our Decaf Coffee House Blend today and see for yourself why it's the best decaf coffee on the market!
The Way Caffeine is Stripped from Coffee
In the early 1900s, according to coffee lore, German coffee merchant Ludwig Roselius discovered decaf coffees by accident after a shipment of coffee beans was soaked in seawater during transit, naturally extracting some of the caffeine from the coffee beans. A few years later, Roselius patented the first commercially successful means of decaffeinating coffees. But instead of just saltwater, his decaffeination method also used benzene to finish the job. It’s no wonder people questioned are decaf coffees bad for you? The use of this product and other substances gave decaf coffee beans a bad rap. However, today, decaf coffee manufacturers have switched to safer decaffeination methods, though many still use products to strip away caffeine. This is usually what you find in cheap decaf coffees. Meanwhile, researchers have wondered whether any of the coffee’s flavors are lost along with the decaffeinated coffee process.
The Way Coffees are Made into Decaf Coffees
Decaffeination of coffee beans by Swiss Water Process and Mountain Water Process are used to make the best decaf coffee. We only source Mountain Water processed decaf coffees. How much caffeine in decaf coffee? Usually, 97 percent of caffeine is removed from the coffee beans, some decaffeinated coffees can still contain between 3 and 12 mg of caffeine per cup of coffee.
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