Swiss Water decaf coffee Blend from Colombian and Brazilian coffee beans. This is the most gentle decaffeination process out there that keeps the original taste of the coffee without spoiling the taste. How does it work? A water solution is saturated with all the coffee components except caffeine, so when the green coffee beans are submerged, the caffeine will travel to the water solution by osmosis. This process is done until 99,9% of the caffeine has been extracted.
The Colombian coffee gives it a nice acidity and the Brazilian coffee gives it more body and roundness.
Rianjagi factory is owned and operated by the Rianjagi Farmers Cooperative Society, which was built in 1950 and currently has just over 1,500 member farmers.
Coffee is picked and delivered by the local farmers on the same day. Before fermenting, the coffee is sorted for quality. Then the cherries are depulped, left to ferment in water tanks overnight and washed with fresh river water the next day, then placed on drying tables.
This is a wonderful bright filter coffee.
The land of the farm Serra das Araras is operated by Paulo Roberto Cintra Coelho. The coffee here was first planted in the 1960s and has been maintained ever since. This coffee is excellent for an espresso extraction for its high sweetness and good balance in milk beverages.
Dimtu Tero is stretched over 151ha land in the Odo Shakiso district, where the natural environment is favorable to produce some of the best coffees of Ethiopia. As you might already know, Ethiopia is thought to be the homeland of the arabica coffee, and coffees from there are really one of our favorites. They have a very distinct, difficult-to-confuse flavor of bergamot and magic.
The high altitudes and rich volcanic soil are ideal growing conditions, and they produce mainly supreme quality in Rwandan coffees. Normally coffees here are produced as washed with bright acidity and distinct red fruit flavours. In recent years, the number of washing stations in Rwanda has increased dramatically. Specialty coffee now comprises nearly one-quarter of production.