Decaf from Colombia
- Decaffeinated coffee with 100 % Arabica coffee beans
- Coffee beans from fairly paid farmers in Colombia
- Particularly balanced taste
- Aromas reminiscent of cinnamon and dried fruits
- For every kilogram sold, €1 goes to social projects
Caffeine-free and delicious!
Coffee Circle uses 100 % Arabica coffee beans from the Tolima region in Colombia to roast the Decaf coffee. The careful work of the farmers when planting and the wet processing leads to a particularly transparent and nuanced taste. The pleasantly sweet aromas of the full-bodied coffee are reminiscent of cinnamon and dried fruits.
The origin of the coffee beans
As a single origin, Coffee Circle decaf coffee uses coffee beans from just one origin. In this case, the coffee beans come from the Unichaparral cooperative in Tolima, Colombia. There, more than 200 small farmers plant coffee plants of the Arabica variety Castillo at an altitude of about 1700 meters. Every step in production, from cultivation, through preparation, the decaffeination process, to roasting, is carried out with the highest quality standards and care.
Coffee Circle acts according to high social standards: The farmers receive fair purchase prices and Coffee Circle invests 1 € per kilogram of coffee sold in social projects in coffee regions in Africa and South America.
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