This is the first time we’ve tried decaffeinated ground coffee and it’s excellent. Most enjoyable and nice and rich. Much better than the jars!
South American Decaffeinated Colombian Coffee Beans
The South American country of Colombia has strong roots in the coffee industry, as it was once the world’s largest producer of washed coffee beans. Annually, Colombia exports approximately 12.5 million bags and consumes 2 million bags internally. Coffee beans are produced in three main geographical areas, trisected by the Andes mountain range.
This is the decaffeinated version of our speciality Colombian coffee beans, which are decaffeinated by the renowned Swiss Water® Process. Swiss Water® is the innovative craft of using pure water to gently remove caffeine. The 100% chemical free process decaffeinates coffee in small batches.
Excelso Colombian Decaf coffee beans are large with a screen size of 15-16, second only to the Supremo bean with a screen size of 17. Colombian coffee is graded before shipment according to bean size, and Excelso beans accounts for the greatest volume of coffee exported from Colombia.
They are medium-dark roasted, producing a strong coffee with notes of apple, caramel, and lemon. It’s a versatile coffee that can easily be brewed in a variety of methods, including a French Press, V60, AeroPress and Moka Pot.
Packed and supplied in 100% biodegradable resealable bags and available for you to buy online as whole beans for you to grind yourself, we've also made our Colombia Excelso Decaf Colombian coffee available to purchase as freshly ground coffee in coarse, medium or fine.
Swiss Water® Decaf
1100 - 1900m
Apple, Caramel, Lemon
Caturra, Castillo, Typica
Quick Grind Guide: Our Coffee Grinds Explained
|Whole Beans||For you to grind at home with your own grinder|
|Coarse||Ideal for cafetière, French press|
|Medium||Ideal for V60, AeroPress, Chemex|
|Fine||Ideal for espresso, moka pot|
For a more detailed explanation of the variety of grinds that are used around the world, please take the time to visit and read our blog article - Ground Coffee... Grinding It Out - Our Coffee Grind Guide.