Ethiopia Blend Natural DECAF Swiss WATER PROCESS-Not Available 

On occasion, we come across a decaffeinated coffee that doesn’t have the indicative flavor characteristics of a decaf, this is one of those coffees. It’s no surprise then that this coffee was produced in Oromia, one of the world’s most beloved growing regions. Coupled with Ethiopia’s heirloom varieties and meticulous processing, Oromia’s terroir produces some of the world’s most interesting and delicious coffees. This lot was processed using the natural method, where after harvesting the pulp is left fully intact and dried whole on raised beds. When everything works perfectly, as with this example, the resulting cup is smooth with intense fruit-forward flavors.

This coffee was decaffeinated using the Swiss Water Process of caffeine extraction, without the use of chemical solvents. The coffee soaks in a ͞green coffee extract that coaxes caffeine out of the beans while leaving much of the original flavor intact. The extract then passes through activated carbon filters that remove the caffeine. This process continues until the beans are 99.9% caffeine free.

Importers tasting notes:  Sweet, caramel, light citrus

Grower                 Grima Edema | Guji Coffee Export PLC
Variety                  Indigenous heirloom
Region                   Guji Zone, Oromia Region, Ethiopia
Harvest                  October – December
Altitude                 1800 – 2200 meters
Soil                        Vertisol
Process                   Full natural and dried on raised beds
Certifications          Decaf
Arrived                    May 30, 2020

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Komodo Decaf Organic and Fair Trade ​SWP

Farm Description

Sigri plantation was established in the 1950's and rapidly gained a reputation that continues to grow.  All processing practices follow a system which insists on the highest standards and quality at every stage. Hand picked when red and fully ripe.  The cherry is pulped on the day of picking.   The fermentation process entails washing and drying over a 3 day period.  but unlike other washed processed coffees, Sigri's process follows this by total immersion in the water for a father day, which creates unique flavor profile.  The plantation employs a medium density shade strategy, using 2 types of shade trees.  this promotes even ripening of coffee cherries and provides habitat for over 90 species of birds.

Harvest:    2019
Arrived:     September 18, 2020

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1-4 LBS



Cooperatives have long defined the coffee culture of Peru, where the bulk of production comes from small farms owned and managed by indigenous people who follow organic farm management practice attuned to their cultural connection with the land. A perfect example is Central Fronteriza del Norte de Cafetaleros (CENFROCAFE), which is an umbrella cooperative established in 1999 that supports 84 local producer associations and 3,000 coffee producers in the northern highlands of the Cajamarca growing region. Producers typically cultivate coffee on just a few acres of land intercropped with shade trees, bananas, corn, and beans. They carefully harvest and sort cherries before depulping, fermenting, washing, and drying the coffee using their own micro-mills. After processing, the cooperative carries out activities that often go unnoticed but are crucial for small producers. Investments for basic infrastructure needs, like road improvements, establishing local warehouses, and preparing coffee for export are all coordinated through CENFROCAFE, which ensures traceability and quality control throughout the post-harvest process. CENFROCAFE also provides producers with financing, training, and technical assistance to improve coffee quality. Investments in social programs on a larger and more impactful scale, using the collective resources generated from the sale of coffee, are implemented through CENFROCAFE. Environmental training programs, healthcare initiatives, life insurance, and educational opportunities are just some of the ways the cooperative strives to improve the quality of life for coffee producers and their families .

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1 - 4 pounds        

Grower:                    Central Fronteriza del Norte de Cafetaleros (CENFROCAFE)
Variety:                     Bourbon, Catimor, Caturra, Mundo Novo, Pache, and Typica
Region:                      San Ignacio, Cajamarca, Peru
Harvest:                    April - September
Altitude:                    1250 – 1800 masl
Soil:                            Volcanic loam
Process:                    Fully washed and dried in the sun
Arrived:                     July 11, 2020

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1-4 LBS

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1-4 lbs