Decaffeinated Coffee

Certifications:
Ethiopian Decaf
Country: Ethiopia
Region: Southwestern Rainforest
Altitude: 5,085 – 7,217 Feet
Varietal: Typica and Ethiopian Heirloom
Process: Natural
Decaffeination: Water Processed
$15.00 (12 oz can) $80.00 (5 lb bag)
General Description: Founded in 1999, the Oromia Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union (OCFCU) is now the largest fair trade coffee producer in Ethiopia. The co-op has approximately 23,691 members from 35 different Ethiopian coops who have come together with a common goal—exporting their coffee directly to specialty markets. The members of the cooperative use the revenue from the fair trade sales in the US and Europe to continue their commitment to organic production. This would include the purchase and repair of equipment, hosting workshops on composting and natural fertilizers and lessening their dependence on imported foods. Our Ethiopian Decaf is naturally processed in the exact same way the OFCFCU’s caffeinated Oromia Sidamo before being decaffeinated, which translate to a truly flavorful single origin Ethiopian taste experience.

Certifications:
Peruvian Decaf
Country: Peru
Region: Chanchamayo Valley
Altitude: 3900-5700 feet
Varietal: Typica, Bourbon, Pache, Caturra, Catimor
Process: Washed, Sun Dried
Decaffeination: Water Processed
$15.00 (12 oz can) $80.00 (5 lb bag)
General Description: La Florida coffee cooperative was founded in 1966 in Peruʼs Chanchamayo Valley region. Initially the cooperative consisted of 100 farmers who hoped to collaborate and market their coffee at better prices, improving the system of commercialization and shortening the chain between local and national markets. Just a few years later, 1900 farming families were working together through La Florida, representing 36 communal groups including Peruvian Sierra colonies and indigenous communities of the valleys of Yurinaki, Ubiriki, Perene and the central upper Peruvian jungle. Over the past few decades, the group has become Fair Trade, UTZ and organic certified. Learn more…