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If you’ve made a New Years resolution to live a more healthy and environmentally friendly lifestyle, you may have heard on the grapevine that some decaf coffees have a hidden secret.
It’s definitely worth asking how exactly is your favourite cup of decaf actually decaffeinated but ready yourself for the possible answer.
Many brands use the same chemicals found in paint-stripper to extract the caffeine from coffee beans. In fact a reported 80% of decaf coffees on the market have undergone such a process.
This is exactly why we have chosen Swiss Water decaf as our decaf of choice for you, our lovely customers. Not only does our Swiss Water Decaf coffee minimise the production and use of man-made industrial chemicals but it also hasn’t been through such horrible processes before it ends up in your daily brew.
So join us and keep asking the right questions in the journey towards a tastier, more sustainable mug of coffee.
***We are on the cusp of launching a new range of ground and whole bean coffees, however given the COVID pressures on some of our retailers we have ended up with excess stock of our current range. Whilst the coffee is a bit older than we would like, it is still very drinkable, just with a bit less ‘zing’ to it. Instead of just sending it to waste however, we thought the better option would be to offer it at a great discount. So grab a great deal now on our current range whilst stocks last.***