- Decaffeinated coffee from Colombia
- Arabica beans of the Catillo and Caturra varieties
- Chocolate and Caramel
Coffee from small farmers
The Huila region in Colombia, which gives the coffee its name, is known for high-quality coffee cultivation. The Arabica beans for the decaffeinated Huila coffee come from several small farmers and belong to the Catillo and Caturra varieties. The beans are grown at altitudes between 1,200 and 2,000 meters.
Picked by hand
The Arabica beans for this coffee are picked by hand and processed on the same day. The Huila Colombia is suitable for preparing filter coffee as well as espresso. It has a chocolaty taste profile, which impresses with its caramel note, especially in cappuccino. But the Huila is also a pleasure as a strong, decaffeinated filter coffee.
Preparation tips for Huila Decaf from Kalle Coffee Roasters
Huila Decaf can be prepared in a variety of ways. The whole coffee beans can be prepared either with an automatic coffee maker or freshly ground, with a portafilter or bialetti. However, the decaffeinated coffee from Colombia also tastes great as filter coffee classically prepared as Pour Over, in a filter coffee machine or as French Press preparation. There are no limits to your coffee creations: Conjure up a flavorful espresso, caffè crema or filter coffee. If you prefer a frothy taste, Huila Decaf is also ideal as a base for a cappuccino or latte macchiato.