Mexico Decaf

Taste Notes

Chocolate, Honey & Grape

Mexico

Chiapas

Mountain Water

Medium Dark

Espresso, Filter

We have chosen Mountain Water Processing as our preferred decaf method as with it being a chemical free process this ensures all the natural essence of the bean isn't lost unlike a traditional decaf method which in turn gives you a cup bursting with standout flavours.

Our Mexican Decaf comes from smallholder producers who deliver to the San Cristobal de las Casas and Yajalon buying stations in Northern Chiapas. The growing area which runs between the altitudes of 900 and 1100 meters above sea level is characterised by large beans sizes with a smooth body.

All our Mexian Decaf Coffee uses pure water from Pico De Orizaba- the highest mountain in Mexico. All the coffee is received in parchment which is quality controlled then trasported to a high tech dry mill in Veracruz, after a second quality check the coffee is then cleaned, milled and sorted to be prepared for export.

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Mexico Decaf | Single Origin | Coffee Beans or Fresh Ground Coffee | Roasted in Cambridge

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Mexico Decaf

Tastes like: Chocolate, Honey & Grape

We have chosen Mountain Water Processing as our preferred decaf method as with it being a chemical free process this ensures all the natural essence of the bean isn’t lost unlike a traditional decaf method which in turn gives you a cup bursting with standout flavours. Our Mexican Decaf comes from smallholder producers who deliver to the San Cristobal de las Casas and Yajalon buying stations in Northern Chiapas. The growing area which runs between the altitudes of 900 and 1100 meters above sea level is characterised by large beans sizes with a smooth body. All our Mexican Decaf Coffee uses pure water from Pico De Orizaba- the highest mountain in Mexico. All the coffee is received in parchment which is quality controlled then transported to a high tech dry mill in Veracruz, after a second quality check the coffee is then cleaned, milled and sorted to be prepared for export.

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  1. Tonky

    Tonky (verified owner)

    Nice coffee, speedy delivery, good price, will be buying again

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  2. ButterflyChimes

    ButterflyChimes (verified owner)

    This coffee is really good, smells and tastes amazing and all without the caffeine. Good value for money too.

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  3. Gordon

    Gordon (verified owner)

    The search for a great decaff continues. I drink loads of coffee, and my regular choice is Costco Columbian Supreme at about £8 – £10 per kilo (2lb). Ever since I visited Columbia, I’ve only drunk Columbian coffee. For me, its the best. Although my sone once brought back a ting bag of Java from Indonesia and that was amazing. Costco Columbian is the best I’ve found in the UK, and they have started doing a decent Mexican also, but on medical advice I have caff in the morning and decaff in the afternoon.Finding a decent decaf, as many of you know is not easy. Ive tried brands from most from the shops and from Amazon. Without a doubt (for me) the best is Don Pablo Gourmet. But it has jumped in price from £16 to £24, so I went looking for an alternative. I tried a Mexican Turquesa Caff before, and it was very good, so I thought I’d try the Mexican Decaff. Not as good as the Caff, but a reasonable alternative to Don Pablo in the decaff stakes! No sooner than I liked it, it too has jumped in price from £18 to £24. OK, so the price of coffee may be going up, but not by 25% to 33% surely? How is a reasonably good decaff coffee three times the price of a very good caffeinated. If money is no object to you and you are happy to pay £24 for kilo of decaff beans, then buy Don Pablo Columbian decaf if you like a strong flavour, or Coffee World Mexican Decaff if you like a slightly milder flavour. Me, I might just drink less caffeinated and forget the decaff. Not being addictive its an easy habit to kick.

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