Roastmaster Allen has spent a lot of time tasting coffees to come up with a decaf that folks want to drink because it actually tastes good, not just because it's decaffeinated. It's made with one of our favorite beans as its base, the special high-altitude stuff we get from Guatemala. Because of the decaffeination process, the roasted beans look a little darker and little more oily than their caffeinated cousins. This really is a great-tasting decaf!
Tasting Notes: Bright acidity, lively on the palate, with balanced notes and a nutty finish.
Facts: Roasted fresh by Zingerman’s Coffee Company. Shipped whole bean.
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