I've said for years that I feel decaf coffee drinkers are even more appreci..Read More »
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I’ve said for years that I feel decaf coffee drinkers are even more appreciative of coffee’s flavor. I can’t tell if people think I’m joking when I say it, because we all know that right after the coffee’s flavor, we all love the caffeine.
Decaf coffee drinkers like coffee so much, that they drink it entirely for the flavor. Or, they’ve learned how social it can be to enjoy coffee with others, and don’t want to miss out.
I wanted to put care into how I roasted my decaf, and bring out its flavor.
And so, I give you the Joshua Bean Decaf! This coffee was grown in Brazil, the world’s biggest grower of coffee. I roast it to a medium-dark so that its body is properly developed, with a natural sweetness like berries.
Just like its caffeinated brother, the Joshua Bean Decaf is named after San Diego’s first mayor. His name was actually Bean!
For the full-caffeine coffee drinker, you might still enjoy this coffee when it’s late and you’d like the taste of coffee. It’s nighttime as I type this, and I’m enjoying a cup of the Joshua Bean Decaf.