Rwandan Wholesale Decaf Roasted Coffee Beans
Drinking coffee is a ritual for many, even those who end up requiring to cut down their caffeine intake. Whether you have anxiety, insomnia, or just need to consume less caffeine, decaf coffee may be the ideal replacement for you in the morning or late afternoon cup and last thing at night. If you’re into recognizing where your food and drinks come from, you’ve presumably asked yourself the following: How does coffee become decaffeinated?
These Rwandan Wholesale Decaf Roasted Coffee Beans have had the caffeine knocked out of them using the natural C02 method explained below. They are a blend of high-quality Arabica beans which are certified as fair trade. These Wholesale Decaf Roasted Coffee Beans are roasted to a medium-dark and produce a cup with Rye bread, chocolatey notes that are very polished for a decaf. The blend is a versatile one and depending on how you grind can be brewed up in a variety of styles including espresso, French press and pour-over.
Caffeine-free Decaf Roasted Coffee Beans have come a long way since the early days. The process of removing the magic molecule from beans was invented by German merchant Ludwig Roselius who commercialized the product under the still successful ‘cafe HAG’ brand. Early attempts at removing caffeine relied on treating the beans with solvents such as benzene. This damaged the beans and affected the quality of the coffee, making it harder to roast accurately.
Chemical solvents including ethyl acetate or methylene chloride are still used today, but a new breed of demanding coffee customer has helped drive the push towards chemical-free methods of production. Today’s more natural methods are gentler and do a much better job of preserving the flavour of coffee beans. The two most popular ‘natural’ ways of doing it are called the ‘Swiss Water Process and the ‘C02 Process’ When choosing a decaf, look for these as chemical methods affect compounds key for the flavours and aromas of the magic bean to a much greater degree.
The Swiss Water Process
This involves soaking raw beans in the caffeine-free green coffee extract as a solvent. As the beans steep, their caffeine is drawn out into the liquid. The coffee is drained out and the beans are dried and bagged.
While a natural and gentle process, the same solvent is often used to treat a vast number of batches of beans, which some say flattens out the unique flavour and aromas of any individual bean.
Body: Smooth silky
Flavour: Rye bread, chocolate, caramel,
Altitude: Grown from 1700-2100 metres