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Milk chocolate, raisin

$12.95

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This Honduran decaf coffee is soft full bodied, tastes of milk chocolate, raisin and oatmeal cookie and is produced using the Swiss Water process. Certified Organic & Fair Trade.

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Lot#

MWD187

Flavor

Milk chocolate, raisin, oatmeal cookie

Brightness

Low, soft

Body

Full

Region

Marcala

Elevation

1,200 – 1,600 meters

Variety

Cattura, Catuai, Paca

Producer

COMSA

Honduran Decaf Coffee From COMSA

Café Orgánico Marcala (COMSA) was founded with a vision of creating new and alternative development opportunities for small-scale coffee farmers in the region of Marcala, Honduras. The organization originally brought together 69 small-scale farmers of Lenca origin who were interested in selling their coffee collectively under the umbrella of a rural credit union.

Today, COMSA Cooperative specialty coffee is produced by over 1200 farming members. Their lead farmers continue to demonstrate effective, regenerative organic practices that are both improving productivity and protecting their plants from common diseases.

Thanks to our friends at Cooperative Coffees for helping us share the story of our friends at COMSA.

The Swiss Water Process

The Swiss Water Process uses the elements of water, temperature and time to create some of the most intriguing decaf coffee. They start with small batches of amazing coffee and green coffee extract, then add local water to clean and hydrate the beans.

Green Coffee Extract (GCE) is introduced to the beans, then caffeine ventures out on its own, away from the coffee beans into the GCE. Caffeine and GCE flow continuously through their proprietary carbon filters until all the caffeine is trapped and separated from the GCE. Then the GCE is refreshed so that it can be used again and again to remove more caffeine.

For the next 10 hours, the Swiss Water Process team continuously monitors time, gauges temperature controls, and checks the levels on the GCE flow. Finally, the decaffeinated green beans are shipped to us so that the beans can be roasted into something special.

Please visit our friends at Swiss Water to learn more about how coffees like our Honduran decaf coffee are produced. 

You may also enjoy our other decaf coffee offerings.

Lot#

MWD187

Flavor

Milk chocolate, raisin, oatmeal cookie

Brightness

Low, soft

Body

Full

Region

Marcala

Elevation

1,200 – 1,600 meters

Variety

Cattura, Catuai, Paca

Producer

COMSA

Honduran Decaf Coffee From COMSA

Café Orgánico Marcala (COMSA) was founded with a vision of creating new and alternative development opportunities for small-scale coffee farmers in the region of Marcala, Honduras. The organization originally brought together 69 small-scale farmers of Lenca origin who were interested in selling their coffee collectively under the umbrella of a rural credit union.

Today, COMSA Cooperative specialty coffee is produced by over 1200 farming members. Their lead farmers continue to demonstrate effective, regenerative organic practices that are both improving productivity and protecting their plants from common diseases.

Thanks to our friends at Cooperative Coffees for helping us share the story of our friends at COMSA.

The Swiss Water Process

The Swiss Water Process uses the elements of water, temperature and time to create some of the most intriguing decaf coffee. They start with small batches of amazing coffee and green coffee extract, then add local water to clean and hydrate the beans.

Green Coffee Extract (GCE) is introduced to the beans, then caffeine ventures out on its own, away from the coffee beans into the GCE. Caffeine and GCE flow continuously through their proprietary carbon filters until all the caffeine is trapped and separated from the GCE. Then the GCE is refreshed so that it can be used again and again to remove more caffeine.

For the next 10 hours, the Swiss Water Process team continuously monitors time, gauges temperature controls, and checks the levels on the GCE flow. Finally, the decaffeinated green beans are shipped to us so that the beans can be roasted into something special.

Please visit our friends at Swiss Water to learn more about how coffees like our Honduran decaf coffee are produced. 

You may also enjoy our other decaf coffee offerings.