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About Swiss Water Decaf Coffee

The demand for decaffeinated coffee beans continues to grow. As we become more health-savvy and environmentally conscious, we want to make healthier choices.

We are increasingly concerned about the provenance and safety of foods – where the food comes from and how it is processed.

Decaffeinated coffee has come a long way since its invention in 1903. Unfortunately though, some of us are still drinking in the dark ages.

You see, most decaffeination processes employ chemical solvents such as methylene chloride or ethyl acetate to strip caffeine molecules from the green coffee bean.

But, Decadent Decaf uses the Swiss Water Decaf Process which is environmentally friendly, chemical-free, 99.9% caffeine-free and all the while having great taste at the same time.

At Swiss Water, 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.

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 decaf coffee can taste phenomenal, provide 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.

And the best part? Decaf performs all of these near medical miracles without the freak-out from too much caffeine. No tossing and turning until 3AM. No edginess. Just great taste with all the health benefits.


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