With tasting notes of dark chocolate, caramel and fruit this subscription is ideal for people who want to enjoy the perfect cup of coffee without the caffeine! Our delicious house decaf is sourced from Peru using the Swiss Filter method. Ensuring no harmful chemicals are involved, which is good news for you and the environment!
Farmers in Peru usually process their coffee on their own farms using the Fully washed method. Cherry is usually pulped, fermented and dried in the sun. Traditionally, smaller farmers would use tarps laid on the ground or under the roof of their homes. Increasingly, cooperatives are establishing centralized drying facilities – usually raised beds or drying sheds where members are encouraged to dry their parchment. Some farmers are beginning to adopt these practices on their own farms, and drying greenhouses and parabolic beds are becoming more common as farmers pivot towards specialty markets.
After drying, coffee will then be sold in parchment to the cooperative. Producers who are not members of a cooperative often have the opportunity to sell on to cooperatives, as well.