Swiss-water decaf that’s fairtrade & organic
We’re changing the way you think of decaffeinated coffee with our charismatic Swiss-Water Decaf Latin American contribution. You’ll sense low acidity and a creamy mouthfeel from the rich walnut and cocoa notes. Smooth every sip of the way. If you think you’ve tasted decaf coffee before, you’ve made a mistake. Think again.
Decaf coffee is coffee without caffeine, simple. However, with several methods of drawing out caffeine from the beans we’ve gone with the Swiss Water process because it is 100% chemical free!
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Decaf coffee is coffee without caffeine, simple. However, with several methods of drawing out caffeine from the beans we've gone with the Swiss Water process because it is 100% chemical-free, simple. The SW process uses the elements of water, temperature and time to ensure the coffee batch is 99% caffeine-free. This is achieved by introducing Green Coffee Extract to the beans which allows the caffeine to draw itself from the coffee and into the GCE. Altogether this process is safe, chemical-free and allows you to enjoy your coffee without caffeine. Most importantly, this process enables the preservation of unique taste and flavour characteristics - go on, enjoy!
Latin America contains a diverse selection of countries, which are spread amongst three main regions - the Caribbean, Central and South America. With a population now topping 600 million, many residents of Latin America speak either Spanish or Portuguese, often being direct Native American descendants.
After the famous voyages of Christopher Columbus at the end of the 15th century, Europeans began to colonise areas of the Americas, bringing with them their own religious beliefs and lifestyles.
Brazil covers a sizeable chunk of Latin America and this vast country is the continent's largest by far, being edged by the Atlantic Ocean on its easterly coast. Argentina is another important country and lies to the south, where it is also bordered by Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay. Other noteworthy countries include Colombia, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua and Venezuela. When it comes to tourism, few places in the world can rival the simply mesmerising ruins of Machu Picchu in Peru.