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What does Swiss Water Decaf mean?

We get this question a lot over here at Decadent Decaf Coffee Company...What does Swiss Water Decaf mean?

Simply put, the Swiss Water Process is a patented form of decaffeination that uses water to decaffeinate coffee beans.

No chemicals are used whatsoever and the coffee is certified 99.9% caffeine free.

In other words, At Swiss Water Decaf, they use water (zero chemicals) from the coast mountains of British Columbia to gently remove the caffeine until the coffee beans are 99.9% caffeine-free, while maintaining the bean's distinctive origin and flavour characteristics.

So, if the decaf you’re consuming has the Swiss Water logo on it, you can be sure that no chemicals were used to remove the caffeine from the coffee.

Today’s premium quality Swiss Water Process decaf coffee can taste phenomenal and we would challenge you to taste the difference to be honest.

Swiss Water Decaf coffee also provides all of the health benefits of regular coffee, such as antioxidants, liver and cardiovascular protection, make your brain run better, and even help prevent gout.

We hope this clarifies what does Swiss Water Decaf mean. For more information, please visit Decadent Decaf Coffee Company

 

 


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