San Lorenzo are indigenous inhabitants of 1,150 small holdings in Riosucio, they believe in Pachamama; the land is a living being & the environmental impact from producing coffee should be respectful. For this decaf the process is as natural as possible, they moisten the beans with hot water to swell & release the caffeine. Then wash them with ethyl acetate made by fermenting molasses from sugar cane & mixing it with natural acid, dissolving the caffeine. The coffee is then washed, dried, cooled & polished with carnauba waxed for stability.
250 GR, BEANS
|Producer||Communal small holders|
|Process||Washed - Sugar Cane Decaf|
|Variety||Castillo / Colombia / Caturra|
|Notes||Chocolate, clementine, tamarind|