Decaffine or not?

JJHippo

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It seems that decaffine is a little bit healther to the caffine beans.

However, it is rumour that many chemicals are used to "decaffine" the coffee bean.

Is it true?
 

Pam119

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1 :roll: I have never found a cup of decaf coffee that I like. In my personal opinion, there is more flaver in regular coffee and I love the boost it gives me in the morning. However, if you can give me a good suggestion on a very flavorable decaf (for evening drinking), I would love to try it.
 

ElPugDiablo

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Pam119 said:
1 :roll: I have never found a cup of decaf coffee that I like. In my personal opinion, there is more flaver in regular coffee and I love the boost it gives me in the morning. However, if you can give me a good suggestion on a very flavorable decaf (for evening drinking), I would love to try it.

Try Costa Rican decaf La Lapa, it is MC processed at http://www.terroircoffee.com/store/ This is what I use in my shop, but I don't mail order...yet.
 

ElPugDiablo

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JJHippo said:
It seems that decaffine is a little bit healther to the caffine beans.

However, it is rumour that many chemicals are used to "decaffine" the coffee bean.

Is it true?

Yes, it is true. But the roasting process that takes temperature well over 400 degrees pretty much burn off these chemicals.
 
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