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La Serrania (Decaf) - Colombia

La Serrania (Decaf) - Colombia

Nutella, Blackberries, and Gingerbread

An incredibly fresh, clean and sweet decaffeinated coffee.

Regular price $21.00 NZD
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This blend of coffee is from small producers in Pitalito, Huila that was decaffeinated in Colombia (the same country as that which the coffee was grown) using ethylacetate - a by product derived from fermented sugar cane - which was also grown in Colombia! Ethylacetate is an ester that occurs naturally in fruits and vegetables such as bananas, apples and - coffee. The result is an incredibly fresh, clean and sweet, naturally decaffeinated coffee.

Region: Huila
Country: Colombia
Elevation: 1,600 m
Varietals: Colombia, Caturra & Typica
Processing: Fully Washed

PLEASE NOTE: Monastery Coffee process orders on a Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Coffee is always shipped within 7 days of roasting.

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  • Roast Profile

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    Brewing methods recommended
    Espresso Moka pot Pour over Aeropress Drip coffee French press
    Single origin Single Origin
    Decaf Decaffeinated
    Organic Best served Black
  • Brewing Guide

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    Brewing notes

    For espresso using pre-infusion, lowering pump pressures to 6-7 bar and using Weiss Distribution Technique (WDT).

  • Taste Profile

    Sweet & Syrupy Sweet & Syrupy
    Tasting Notes

    Nutella, Blackberries, and Gingerbread

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Monastery Coffee are a small batch roaster of traceable coffee, based in Adelaide, South Australia.

As a roaster, Monastery Coffee feel it is their role to firstly, roast only to preserve and highlight the individual qualities inherent in each coffee due to the meticulous work of the producers, and secondly, to make sure the consumer knows who the producers are and where the coffee came from.

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