CO2 Decaf Colombian

CO2 Decaf Colombian
$9.70 - 16.80 /lb $16.80
$9.70 - 16.80 /lb $16.80
Region: South America
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All Natural CO2 Decaffeinated Coffee - 99.9% Caffeine Free

Unlike most of our decaf coffees, our CO2 Decaf Colombian beans are decaffeinated using a carbon dioxide process originally developed in Germany, as a natural alternative to the methylene chloride process that has become the industry standard.

These large beans create a medium bodied and sweet tasting coffee with a rich flavor and aroma. The full flavor is maintained in the bean, and it is every bit as delicious as our regular Colombian Supremo.

Product Reviews (10)

Overall rating
It is very good
By John - 1/30/2019
“I like coffee produced in Colombia. I also believe that beans are better than ground and packaged. The CO2 decaf process to me seems better and does not impart any off flavors.
A very good decaf. ”
Superior Decaf - All the Flavor, None of the Taint
By David - 2/10/2018
“Some time ago I decided to reduce my caffeine intake and found that most decaf coffees were tainted with an unpleasing chemical flavor which ruined the experience. I shifted to Swiss water decaf but quickly realized that it too had it's problems, namely that the flavor was not as robust as a standard cup of coffee. Continuing my search I heard about the CO2 decaffeination process and found Coffee Bean Direct!

Now I no longer have to choose between a fantastic cup of coffee or decaf. This CO2 Colombian Decaf is every bit as amazing as its caffeinated counterpart and you'll still be jitter free as your cup count rises through the day. Delectable!”
Smooth & Rich
By Rita - 9/4/2017
“Love, love, love this coffee. Like many folks, I've been cutting back on caffeine. I tried many brands and variety of the brands and was always disappointed...until now! I need search no longer. This is my "go-to" decaf.
Customer service is always efficient. Shipping is fast. Coffee is the best! What more can you ask? ”