The making of decaffeinated coffee requires the elimination of most of the caffeine in the coffee beans. This is made possible through certain industrial processes in which caffeine is extracted and yet still maintaining the organoleptic conditions of the beans.
The most commonly used method involves caffeine reduction by means of dissolvent, the most effective being methylene chloride and acetate. Following this, the beans go through a process where the dissolvent is eliminated with the help of water vapor, later those beans are dried with hot air in order to reach initial humidity conditions.
Composed of large, medium beans and caracol thoroughly selected. [screen size #14,15,16,17]
Available in the following presentations:
500 gr, 250gr.