CAFESCOR Select Decaf

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<b>Variety: </b> Bourbon, Catuai, Caturra
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<b> Processing: </b> Water-processed Decaf
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<b> Origin: </b> Copan, Honduras
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<b> Producers:</b> CAFESCOR
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<b> Altitude: </b> 1200-1700M
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<p> This delicious decaffeinated coffee was grown by CAFESCOR, a collective initiative founded by small, organic coffee producers in the Cobán area of Honduras in 2014. They focus on quality specialty coffee production and expanding the utilization of organic farming practices in Honduras. As their membership has grown, they expanded their footprint to include a well-equipped mill processing both natural and washed coffees for member farmers. This particular lot is an aggregation of several farmers' coffees, specially selected to preserve flavor during the decaffeination process. The green beans are hydrated and introduced to a concentrate of coffee solubles that draws out the caffeine, then the beans are fully dried and prepped for export. </p>
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Decaf coffee has always gotten a bad rap for tasting muted, but decafs like this are starting to flip the script! We're getting some bright apple notes alongside a warm graham cracker sweetness and a rich chocolate flavor to boot. It's rare to find an inviting and upbeat-tasting cup of coffee that won't necessarily make you more upbeat with caffeine - we're happy to have this one for the club! </p>

Graham Cracker, Apple, Chocolate

Variety: Bourbon, Catuai, Caturra

Processing: Water-processed Decaf

Origin: Copan, Honduras

Producers: CAFESCOR

Altitude: 1200-1700M

This delicious decaffeinated coffee was grown by CAFESCOR, a collective initiative founded by small, organic coffee producers in the Cobán area of Honduras in 2014. They focus on quality specialty coffee production and expanding the utilization of organic farming practices in Honduras. As their membership has grown, they expanded their footprint to include a well-equipped mill processing both natural and washed coffees for member farmers. This particular lot is an aggregation of several farmers' coffees, specially selected to preserve flavor during the decaffeination process. The green beans are hydrated and introduced to a concentrate of coffee solubles that draws out the caffeine, then the beans are fully dried and prepped for export.

Decaf coffee has always gotten a bad rap for tasting muted, but decafs like this are starting to flip the script! We're getting some bright apple notes alongside a warm graham cracker sweetness and a rich chocolate flavor to boot. It's rare to find an inviting and upbeat-tasting cup of coffee that won't necessarily make you more upbeat with caffeine - we're happy to have this one for the club!

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