What does green decaffeinated coffee look like?
When you open up a bag of green coffee from the Swiss Water Decaf Coffee Company and inspect the beans, the first thing you notice is the colour.
An ordinary non-decaf green bean has a bluish-green tint to it.
Decaf coffee, though, looks more like a straw yellow colour to a light cinnamon brown. This is, of course, because of the process of decaffeination.
So, when you’re roasting Swiss Water Decaf coffee, it takes absolute attention to detail and experience. The colour changes are more nuanced and difficult to notice especially towards the end of the roasting curve.
As Europe’s leading (and only) decaf coffee company, Decadent Decaf roasts Swiss Water Decaf week in week out, which makes us more experienced than most.
Our aim is the best quality great tasting decaf coffee for everyone.
With that in mind, we try and have a balanced approach with a medium to medium dark roast of our Swiss Water Decaf coffees. In short, we’re more classic about roasting than many indie roasters.
We really do aim to please and love feedback on our decaffeinated coffees, so feel free to contact us and let us what you think!