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Roast degree
  • Filter Coffee: Our lightest roast. Maximum complexity, no roasted aromas. Ideal for all filter preparations.
  • Light Espresso: Focus is on complexity & aroma. Lively acidity, little roasted aromas. Ideal for all espresso preparations.
  • Dark Espresso: Focus is on balance & body. Low acidity, classic roast. Ideal for all espresso preparations.
Grind size

We are happy to ship our Specialty Coffee as whole beans. If you need the coffee ground, please select the appropriate grind (filter, Aeropress, French Press, portafilter, stovetop pot). If your desired grind is not displayed, please write us a comment.

    • Taste: Fruity, sweet
    • Flavours: chocolate, dried fig
    • Process: Washed Sugar Cane Decaf
    • Variety: Castillo
    • Origin: Cauca, Colombia

    Harvest: 01.22-05.22

  • Not your regular Decaf: Chévere is a decaffeinated coffee that doesn't have to hide and shows you how good Decaf can taste. Thanks to the gentle and natural so-called sugar cane decaffeination process, the coffee retains many of its aromas. In this process, the processed coffee beans are first steamed with water to open the pores. Then the solvent ethyl acetate is used - a substance obtained from abundant sugar cane. The beans are bathed in this solvent mixed with water until the caffeine has been dissolved out. The natural flavour aromas of the coffee are thus almost completely preserved. This is how we come to enjoy this special decaf with exciting notes of chocolate and dried fig.

  • The ASCAFE Association represents almost 4000 coffee farmers in the south of Colombia. In addition to representing the economic interests of the farmers, one of the Association's main focuses is to pass on agro-economic knowledge and experience to the farmers in order to increase both the profitability and the quality of their harvests. In the medium term, ASCAFE wants to help the farmers it represents to make the transition to sustainable agriculture. ASCAFE also strives to be part of the social change that is happening around coffee production. The association supports numerous social projects, among others to promote women in coffee farming, to protect the coffee cultivation of indigenous groups, but also to offer former FARC guerrillas a path to a peaceful life. For a little context on the social situation around Colombian coffee farming, check out our blog article!

Coffee on a mission