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Breaking news: Kenya AA Swiss Water Decaf Coffee is back in stock (whilst stocks last)

Newsflash: Limited Edition Kenya AA Swiss Water Decaf Micro Lot just in...

You can find it here (at £9.25 a pop as this stuff is pricey to get hold of):

https://www.decadentdecaf.com/collections/decaf-coffee-range/products/decaf-decaffeinated-kenya-coffee

We stopped selling the Kenyan some time ago as decaf diehards will remember sadly and we never thought we'd see it again quite frankly...

Fortunately, the folks at Swiss Water Decaf did a Micro Lot limited edition of Kenyan AA and we were able to obtain a few bags, which arrived this week to the roastery.

Once it's gone, it's gone. We don't know when they'll do another Kenyan AA.

Back in store after 2 years, grown north of Nairobi on the slopes of Mount Kenya, up to 2100 metres, this top AA grade coffee is the best known Kenyan decaf coffee.

Kenya AA’s two annual harvests yield a coffee with exceptional brightness and a rich wine-like cup with hints of currants in a balanced, medium bodied Arabica coffee.

This is very much a vibrant decaffeinated Kenya coffee that lights up the palate and pleasantly lingers in the mouth.

Our decaf Kenya AA coffee is decaffeinated using the Swiss Water method, developed by the Swiss Water Decaffeinated Coffee Company. The process sees green beans being washed and soaked in hot water to release 99.9% of the caffeine in the beans.

 


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