Decaf Cinnamon

This is our decaf version of our cinnamon coffee. We add freshly cracked, real cinnamon to our high-quality Colombia Specialty Grade coffee, carefully roasting it for a bright taste and full body. Many companies base their flavored coffees on lower-quality beans. We do not. We insist on only using the same high-quality beans, to ensure your flavored coffee meets our strict quality standards. It’s why our cinnamon coffee has an incredible flavor you won’t forget.

We use the Swiss Water Process (SWP) to decaffeinate our coffees. This process is free of the chemicals that many commercial coffee producers use. All it requires is water, a carbon filter, temperature and time to make our signature coffees 99% caffeine free. In addition to being eco-friendly, it also maintains the original flavors of the coffee bean. We wouldn’t have it any other way.


Preparation Suggestions

  • Espresso
  • Capuccino
  • Lungo
  • Café Crème

Aroma

  • Spicy
  • Sweet

  • Roasted

Features

Preparation Mode:
  • Fully Automatic Machines Coffee
  • Espresso Machines Coffee
  • French Press Coffee
  • Filter Coffee
Certification:
Fair Trade Coffee
Country of Manufacture:
United States
Flavor:
spicy
Composition:
Single Origin
Coffee Grind:
Whole Bean
Caffeine:
Decaffeinated Coffee
Aroma

Features

Spicy:
3
Sweet:
2
Roasted:
2
Preparation Suggestions

Features

Café Crème:
4
Capuccino:
2
Espresso:
1
Lungo:
4

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An excellent Colombian coffee that is decaffeinated using a chemical-free process and blended with natural cinnamon chips.

  • Preparation Suggestion
    Fully Automatic MachineCoffee can be used with fully automatic machines
    Fully Automatic
    Espresso MachineCoffee can be used with espresso machines
    Espresso
    French PressCoffee can be used with the french press
    French Press
    Filter CoffeeCoffee can be used with filter machines
    Filter
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