Decaf Columbian Ground

Decaf Columbian Ground

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Description:  This is a fully washed medium roasted sugarcane decaffeinated Columbian arabica coffee.

This refreshing decaf has a full bodied with a chocolatey, nutty flavour and hints of apple, caramel and plum to round it off. If we weren't telling you it was decaf, we're sure you'd never know!

Green coffee cupping score of 83.5

Ground for filter / Cafetière 

Our Closed loop system: We work with a start-up coffee roaster, who delivers freshly roasted coffees to us on a regular basis. Our coffee comes to us in a closed loop system - this means it is delivered to us in large tubs, when these tubs are finished they are then returned to the supplier to be washed, refilled & redistributed, so eliminating any packaging waste.

For local deliveries only - Orders of 1kg+ will be delivered to you in plastic tubs, please return these to our store or we will collect from you on our next delivery.

Please contact us if you would like to discuss bulk coffee supplies for your home or office.

Weight: from 100g

Serving suggestion: Once you have ground your coffee beans, we recommend using 18-20g per cup.

Ingredients: Natural Coffee Beans

Vegan: Yes

Allergy advice: In Bold. Our products are packed in a facility that handles products containing Gluten, Tree Nuts, Peanuts, Sesame, Mustard, Soybeans, Lupin, Sulphur Dioxide & Sulphites.

Country of Origin: Ethiopia

Roasted in the Woking by our friends at Bell's Beans.

Storage: To keep your coffee as fresh as possible, you need to protect your coffee from air, sunlight, heat, and moisture. These all will contribute to making it stale and lose flavour.

Our beans will be packed on your day of delivery and come to you in our paper packaging. As soon as your delivery arrives we suggest decanting your coffee beans in an airtight container, in a cool, dry cupboard away from daylight. 

Do not store your coffee in the fridge. Roasted coffee absorbs moisture from the air (hygroscopic) and will also take up surrounding aromas. The aromas and moisture levels in the fridge will react with the coffee and delicate flavours will deteriorate.