The decaf Colombian Espresso has notes of chocolate-coated raisins with dark cherry and maple syrup.
Jardín (Garden) is one of the most beautiful traditional towns in Colombia and coffee has grown here since the 19th century. Over 1,600 coffee farms averaging 4 acres in size and still growing the prized Caturra variety are located in this municipality.
This coffee is decaffeinated using Methylene Chloride (MC), a chemical that binds to the caffeine molecule and allows separation from the rest of the beans’ molecules. Of all the decaf processes this is the least destructive to coffee’s natural flavors. USDA allows one part per million of MC for human consumption; tests show our decaf has less than 1.