Icatu, Yellow Catuai
Washed, Water Process Decaf
December 2017 - February 2018
In 2001, Café Orgánico Marcala (COMSA) was founded to create an alternative to the conventional coffee trade and empower smallholder farmers. What began as an organization of 69 coffee farmers in La Paz, COMSA’ s membership has swelled to more than 850 producers.
At the heart of the organization is a commitment to organic farming. An incredible example of stewardship, COMSA’s farmers are dedicated to cultivating and naturally enriching their soils to create a vibrant and resilient farming landscape. This dedication to the land is in service to the organization’s holistic vision to contribute to the wellbeing of their members and their families. By creating an economically sustainable company that is recognized for its quality, transparency, commitment to gender equality and innovative agricultural practices, COMSA has made a thriving future in coffee possible for the community.
This coffee was decaffeinated using the celebrated Mountain Water Process (MWP), which removes 99.9% of the caffeine while leaving the character of the original coffee beans intact. When it comes to decaf, we limit our selection to coffees decaffeinated through the clever use of water and filtration instead of the harsh chemical and enzyme baths favored by the majority of the industry. The result is simply great coffee, no qualifiers.
One thing we never get tired of hearing is "your decaf actually tastes good!" Shouldn't it? Chocolatey and smooth, and it won't keep you up at night.
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