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5LBS Ethiopia Sidamo Decaf Unroasted Green Coffee Beans by Bodhi Leaf Trading Company

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Product Description

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Manufacturer Description

This bean goes through a Swiss Water ® Process which utilizes water from the pristine environment of the coast mountains of British Columbia, Canada to carefully get rid of the caffeine till the coffee beans are 99.9% caffeine-free, while maintaining the bean's unique origin and flavor qualities. It's decaffeinated coffee without compromise. Coffee decaffeinated utilizing the eco-friendly Swiss Water ® Process undergoes routine caffeine level audits to guarantee compliance to 99.9% caffeine-free.

Product Features

Floral Aroma, Black Tea. This coffee was grown in the Sidamo region. This coffee contains heirloom varietal. This coffee was grown at an altitude of 1800 Meters. This bean goes through a Swiss Water process.

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