Our Decaf is the first decaffeinated coffee that really excites us. Its sweet, nuanced taste is unique.
- Decaffeinated coffee from Tolima, Colombia
- Balanced flavour with notes of fig and cinnamon
- 100% pure Arabica beans, picked by hand
|Taste||Cinnamon, Dried Figs|
|Sort||100 % Arabica, Single Origin|
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The highlight in the coffee kitchen: The coffee grinder
A key factor for the successful preparation of coffee is the grind, which significantly affects the coffee taste. All grinders have been extensively tested by us.
Aromatic and complex - coffee brewed by hand
With each brewing method, you get a unique taste experience. Here are our favorite coffee brewers to help you get the full flavor from your coffee.
The ratio of coffee to water is essential for coffee brewing: Precision scales help to accurately weigh and measure the extraction time.
Kettles with temperature setting
The water temperature has a great influence on which and how many flavors are released from your coffee. Kettles with a gooseneck help you brew with precision.
Enjoy coffee at home
The smell of coffee wafts through the apartment, you're sitting on the couch and what you're missing is a nice cup.
Unique taste that reminiscent of fig and cinnamon
NUANCED AND BALANCED
This is our first decaffeinated filter coffee. For a long time we decided against a decaffeinated coffee in our coffee portfolio because we have never been convinced of its taste. Until the moment we tasted our Decaf from the Unichaparral Cooperative in Tolima, Colombia. Decaf filter coffee is a full-bodied, very sweet and nuanced coffee.
„This Decaf surprises me repeatedly. You can’t tell that it lacks caffeine and it can really compete with our best coffees“, Hannes Fendrich, Roasting master
The special character of Decaf coffee is best expressed in filter coffee preparation methods. We recommend to use 200 ml of water for 12 g of coffee and to let the prepared coffee cool down briefly after preparation.
Fresh roasting in Berlin
Decaf coffee is roasted in a gentle barrel roasting process in 35 kg batches for approximately 11:00 minutes at a final temperature of 205 °C. The rather light roast preserves the wonderful aroma of the coffee. We roast our coffees fresh every week. On every coffee package, you will find the exact roast date of your coffee.
Decaf in our coffee subscription service
- Automatic delivery to your home
- Adjust or pause at any time
- Can be cancelled at any time
The Unichaparral Cooperative
- Hillside location: Unichaparral, Tolima, Colombia
- Geo coordinates: 3°39’04.6 „N, 75°34’28.0 „W
- Altitude: 1.680 m
- Number of coffee farmers in cooperative: 238
- Processing: washed
- Plant: Colombia, Castillo
Cultivation in small farming structures
The Unichaparral Cooperative is located in Tolima, Colombia. Here the coffee is grown by 238 small farmers at almost 1,700 meters. The smallholders strive to produce the best possible coffee quality and take care of choosing only the red ripe coffee cherries for processing. This results in a high level of sweetness and balance in the coffee. The complex aroma is reminiscent of notes of chocolate cookie, cinnamon and dried fruit. Mmh…
How do we get the caffeine out of the coffee?
The coffee was decaffeinated using ethyl acetate. It is a „natural“ solvent obtained from cane sugar, which is used to extract over 97 % of the caffeine content. The residue of ethyl acetate is less than 30 ppm and the coffee is therefore free of foreign odors and flavors. Only the beautiful sweetish, slightly fruity notes of the balanced coffee remain.
Coffee is not only your daily companion, but the source of life for many people
Good coffee begins in the cultivation. High quality would not be possible without our partners who grow our coffees in the countries of origin. We want to ensure this appreciation. To this end, we have defined criteria based on our experience, which we observe when purchasing our green coffees. Respect your coffee!