Peruvian Decaffeinated Gourmet Coffee from Cafe Britt
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Peruvian Decaffeinated

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DETAILS

  • Roast: 8
  • Altitude: 1,200 meters
  • Regions: Chanchamayo
  • Flavor Notes: Nuts, Sweet Citrus
  • Arabica Varietals: Catuai
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DESCRIPTION

Our Peruvian Decaf is a blend of beans from the Chanchamayo region of central Peru, known for being one of the main producers of premium Peruvian coffee beans. Beans from this region have a characteristically medium body and mild to bright acidity ...

Our Peruvian Decaf is a blend of beans from the Chanchamayo region of central Peru, known for being one of the main producers of premium Peruvian coffee beans. Beans from this region have a characteristically medium body and mild to bright acidity, as well as a noticeably nutty flavor. Our long-standing relationships with local Peruvian coffee cooperatives allow us to acquire the highest-quality beans while encouraging environmentally friendly agricultural techniques and fair labor practices.

Before roasting, we use an indirect water process for removing the caffeine from the beans for this blend which allows us to preserve their full flavors. We then dark roast the beans to bring the natural oils to the surface, resulting in a cup that is soft and sweet and has a pleasant finish.

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Roast 6
6
7
6
Altitude

1,800 – 2,000 meters
1,200-1,600 meters
1,800 – 2,000 meters
1.600 to 1,700 meters
Regions

Quillabamba
Nariño
Quillabamba
Cajamarca
Flavor
Notes

Herbs
Nuts
Almonds
Dry Wood
Chamomile
Lemon
Arabica
Varietals

Catuai
Catuai
Ollantaytambo

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Frequently Asked Questions

An unopened bag will stay fresh for one year. Once a bag of coffee has been opened, it will stay fresh for up to 6 months if stored properly.
In the short term, keeping your coffee in its original bag, sealed tight and kept in a cool and dry place is always a best practice for coffee storage. For long term, it is possible to store your coffee in the freezer, however, once removed from the freezer, store it in airtight container in a cool and dark place.
The packaging we use for our Café Britt coffees is a durable triple-ply material that protects the coffee from sunlight and oxygen. Each bag has a one-way valve that allows gases that are produced during roasting to escape and prevents any air or oxygen from entering the bag.
Don’t worry! Your coffee is fine. What you’ve experienced are the effects of subjecting our one-way valved bags to a non-pressurized atmosphere, such as the baggage compartment of an airplane. When our bags are subjected to a low-pressure environment, the gas inside the bag expands and exits through the one-way valve. A properly functioning valve won’t let the gas re-enter and “inflate” the bag as it was before. This effect preserves the quality and freshness of the coffee. Sometimes, as the coffee continues “breathing” and expelling gases, the packages may even inflate again. But it’s perfectly fine to store your coffee in these brick-hard packages until you’re ready to use them.
Strictly Hard Bean is part of a classification system for Costa Rican coffees cultivated 1200 meters (4000 ft.) above sea level. In Costa Rica, coffee plants that grow at this altitude produce higher quality beans that have a higher density that holds in the nutrients and flavor during roasting. At Britt though, we go above and beyond just offering you Strictly Hard Beans. We have our own classification system that ensures we’re buying the highest quality strictly hard beans available.

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