Ethiopia Sidamo Swiss Water Decaf Decaffeinated Coffee Beans & Ground 227g net weight
Decaf Coffee Cupping Notes
This decaffeinated coffee is named after the Sidamo province of Southern Ethiopia, the province is famous for the fertile highlands south of Lake Awasa and, of course, for its coffee plantations. With only one harvest late in the year in Ethiopia, the birthplace of coffee, this decaf coffee is fully washed and the result is smallish Arabica beans bursting with flavour.
Decaffeinated Ethiopia Sidamo coffee is renowned for its bright lemon and citrus notes first and foremost, but expect a honeysuckle aroma and a delicate finish with hints of green tea.
Our decaf Ethiopia Sidamo coffee is decaffeinated using the Swiss Water Decaf 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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227g net weight.
NEW No 1: Raw green bean available for home roasting. Find this option on this page's dropdown list of grind options.
NEW No 2: For Decaf-a-holics, by popular demand, we now offer 500g Bags with 5% discount. Find this option on this page's dropdown list of grind options.
NEW No 3: We now offer monthly subscriptions with 10% off discount and you can pause and cancel anytime with no penalties.
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Note: On the frontpage of the site, there is a slightly lower price for your decaffeinated coffee. To explain, this is how the website software works. It displays the cheapest product first (in this case, green (raw) decaffeinated coffee for home roasting). We have tried to get the software people to change it, but no luck. So, apologies for any confusion in advance. We tried!