Cast Iron Coffee Roasters - Nicaragua - Finca La Cascada - Decaf
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From Guy at Cast Iron Coffee Roasters:
Using the totally natural Swiss Water technique where caffeine is extracted from the bean without the use of chemicals producing a coffee you will want to drink just because of the taste. Perfect for when you want to enjoy a great coffee but don't need another caffeine hit. We attended a presentation with Swiss Water last year and their coffees are as good as the underlying single origin, totally indistinguishable.
Farm/Coop: Finca La Cascada
Great for: Aeropress, Cafetiere, Espresso, Filter, With milk
Origin: Central America/Nicaragua - Dipilto, Nueva Segovia
Owner: Alberto Peralta
Process Method: Washed
Varietals: Caturra, Pacamara
Roasterr: Cast Iron Coffee Roasters
Delivery prices to United Kingdom
Initial collection: Cast Iron Coffee Roasters - West Sussex
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