Decaf Colombia Filter
Reife Feige, Brauner Zucker, Dunkle Schokolade

€51,60 / kg

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Our Decaffeinated Filter Roast from Colombia: you do not notice its Decaf attitude at all! Gently decaffeinated with the Sugar Cane method - so you also have wonderful sweet notes in the cup.

About the coffee

With our decaf coffee from Huila, Colombia, we bring a great decaf to your cup. A mild coffee with notes of hazelnut, chocolate, and passion fruit - you'll experience it all with Decaf in your cup, all without caffeine.

Arabica beans are grown at four different growing areas in the south of Huila Province at altitudes of up to 1,900 meters. It is a single origin blend: a harmonious interplay of the Castillo, Caturra, Colombia and Bourbon varieties is revealed in a coffee blend of the highest quality. The exciting flavor profile is intensified by the further processing steps of the coffee cherries.
Lavado means washed in Spanish and refers to the gentle wetprocess method used to process the beans. The beans are then sprayed with steam, which opens fine pores. With the help of a natural solvent, ethyl acetate, which consists partly of vinegar and partly of natural extracts of sugar cane, the caffeine is now removed. This not only sounds sweet, but also tastes like it! The careful processing gives our Decaf its fruity-sweet aroma.

About the farm

Our four growing partners from the Colombian communities of Acevedo, Palestina, Pitalito and Timana are not only pioneers in the field of high quality coffee. They are also among the pioneros - pioneers - who make it their business to experiment with revolutionary aromas and flavors using new processing methods. Head of Quality Jayson Galvis emphasizes the ambition that coffee should offer consumers a taste experience even without caffeine.


Coffee from Colombia

Coffee first came to Colombia in 1732. Since then, the fame of Colombian coffees has grown greatly, mainly thanks to the symbolic figure of the farmer Juan Valdez. Colombian coffees have a wide variety of flavors that vary from region to region. They range from heavy bodies with chocolatey notes to light bodies with a fruity sweet cup profile.


Suited for

Recommended brewing ratio

16g Kaffee, 250g Wasser, mittlerer Mahlgrad, in etwa 2,5 min Brühzeit

Flavour notes

Reife Feige, Brauner Zucker, Dunkle Schokolade

Reife Feige

Brauner Zucker

Dunkle Schokolade


Ein leckerer, milder Decaf, dem man seine Decaf Attitude kaum anmerkt.

About the coffee

Variety: Castillo, Caturra, Colombia, Bourbon

Processing: gewaschen

Altitude: 1900 m üNN

Fertilizing method: biologisch

Harvest year: 2020

Harvest time: Okt - Dez // Apr - Mai

Processing place: Manizales, Caldas

Drying time: 20 - 30 Tage

About the farm

Location: Huila

Coffee farmer: Kleinstfarmer aus ganz Kolumbien

Farm size: Kleinstfarmen

Cooperation: neuer Partner

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