Risaralda Sugarcane Decaf, Colombia
Risaralda Sugarcane Decaf, Colombia
Risaralda Sugarcane Decaf, Colombia
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Risaralda Sugarcane Decaf, Colombia

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    A decaf full of flavour to suit all brewing methods.

    Washed, sugarcane decaffeination

    Castillo, Caturra & Colombia

    1400 - 2000 m.a.s.l.

    Tasting notes
    Toffee - Raspberry - Pecan


    A super tasting decaf with tons of sweetness.


    Notes from our sourcing partners, Raw Material CIC:

    The Blend
    The Risaralda Regional Blend is a blend of coffees from the regions of Asocafe Tatama Santuario, El Aguila, and Entreverdes. A regional blend means we can maximise the impact for producers across the department of Risaralda, by bringing much larger volumes of their coffee to the specialty market. The blend is brought together in Santuario, where the coffee from each region is blended and prepared for milling.

    From time to time we also purchase coffee from other municipalities in Risaralda for this blend, such as Apía, Mistrato, Belén de Umbría, and Guatica. The Regional Blend is a great expression of the region as a whole, and a stable and consistent blend all year round. 

    A first payment is received by producers on receiving parchment, followed by a second payment on export. Each producer receives a stable price for their harvest, making collaboration in the Risaralda Regional Blend a consistent and secure choice for the region’s producers. By supporting the Risaralda Regional Blend, you provide economic stability and a consistent market for the largest portion of these producer’s harvest.

    Washed Process, Sugarcane Decaf
    Sugar cane decaffeination is often termed as a natural process decaf. Ethyl Acetate is an organically existing compound (C4H8O2) and by-product found most commonly in the fermentation of fruits, and is present in both ripe bananas and beer for example.

    The plant we work with in Colombia uses water from the Navado del Ruis (a volcano between Caldas and Tolima) and natural ethyl acetate from fermented sugarcane sourced in the southern region of Palmira, Colombia. This process begins with steaming of the coffee, increasing its porosity, beginning the hydrolysis of caffeine, which is usually bonded to salts and chlorogenic acid in the bean.

    The beans are then submerged in an ethyl acetate solvent, until 97% of the caffeine is removed. A final steam is then used to lift residual traces of the compound. The ultimate residue which remains is ≥ 30 ppm, which is a level dramatically less than that of a banana!


    The carbon footprint from this coffee's journey has been offset twice.
    This includes boiling your kettle to brew it.

    The packaging is biodegradable and recyclable.

    Bike delivery or postage is included.

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