For those of you who are concerned about the use of chemicals in the decaf process, Sugarcane Process (also known as Natural Process and EA (Ethyl Acetate) Process, is a viable option. Really nice decafs have been hard to find on the market the past couple years know, but this Mexico is worth a try. It’s sweet and flavorful and can pass for a non-decaf coffee.
A nice clean sweet Central American coffee full of flavor, Organic certified. Decaf coffee is typically best when roasted dark, and this one certainly can take the heat; but it also happens to be a great choice for those who want to roast a light to medium decaf. As a light roast it has fantastic nutty flavor, full body, sweet aftertaste, a little bit of tangy citrus. It's smoother than what regular Mexico coffee tends to be. As a medium roast, you get milk chocolate and nice creaminess. As a dark roast, it does hold up well, but the body is a little bit thin and it loses some of its flavor -- it's fine, but the light roast is where it really shines.
The aftertaste on the coffee has a little bit of that decaf taste, but all in all, it is a solid coffee.
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