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EXCELSO | DECAF | COLOMBIA

EXCELSO | DECAF | COLOMBIA

Tasting Notes: Apple | Creamy | Chocolate
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Rich and delightful flavour with soft apple notes, chocolate and creaminess in every sip.

Columbia's coffee production spans from the Amazon Rainforest to the Andes mountains, offering two key harvest times annually. After picking ripe cherries, the beans go through a flotation sorting and pulping process before fermentation. The coffee is then carefully dried on patios or guardiolas. Once ready for export, the beans are graded as Excelso. Decaffeination is done at Swiss Water Decaf in Canada using a chemical-free process with fresh water.

Suitable for espresso and filter brew method.

SCA Cupping Score

81.5

Varietal

Castillo | Caturra | Typica

Process

Swiss Water Decaf

Altitude

1000+ masl

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About Excelso

Colombia is a country of great diversity, both geographically, culturally, and linguistically. Its land stretches from the Amazon Rainforest to the highlands of the Andes mountains, and was once the worlds largest producer of washed coffees, from three main geographical areas trisected by the Andes mountain range. This leads to two key harvest times in the country, with fresh coffee available all year.

When ripe, the coffee cherries are picked and go through an initial flotation sorting to remove underripes, sticks, and general debris before passing through a pulping machine and working their way down the washing channels to the fermentation tanks. Here, they will sit for typically 8-14 hours, before moving to the drying patios or guardiolas for controlled drying down to 10-12% moisture. Typically in Colombia, this is carried out on the farm, with processed cherries then being taken to a dry mill for careful grading, tasting, and blending.

Once picked, beans are shipped to Swiss Water Decaf in Vancouver, Canada, where they undergo soaking in fresh water ready to remove the caffeine. Swiss Water® is the innovative craft of using pure water to gently remove caffeine. The 100% chemical free process decaffeinates coffee in small batches. For 10 hours the coffee is monitored for temperature, flow rate and caffeine before it finally becomes 99.9% caffeine free.

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Elizabeth Simpson
Decaff delight

One very happy decaff customer.Super coffee and promptly delivered.Thank you !