This is an Ethyl Acetate decaffeinated blend of coffees from Cadefihuila, a cooperative in Huila, Colombia.It is grown by a group of 15 farmers across the Pitalito, Acevedo, and Palestina districts at elevations between 1700-1850 masl. The varieties found in this particular blend are castillo, caturra, tabi, and colombia. The Ethyl Acetate decaf method exposes the green beans to water and steam in order to expand the cells of the bean before washing them with an Ethyl Acetate solution, which attracts and removes the caffeine. The Ethyl Acetate used in this process is a naturally obtained byproduct of the fermentation of sugar cane. After the Ethyl Acetate wash, coffees are rinsed and dried.
|Total Bags In Lot
||The Annex CA
||20-26 hour fermentation, 18-30 days sun-dried
||Grain Pro / Ecotact