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Decaf is for true coffee Lovers!
That’s why we want decaffeinated coffees that are gently processed and maintain their flavourintegrity. That’s why we only source coffees decaffeinated with the Carbon Dioxide Process. Not only does this method achieve what we want, it is also less wasteful because the extracted caffeine can be collected for the medical sector, for example for use in caffeine tablets.
At very high pressure, water soaked (green) beans are exposed to (liquid) carbon dioxide. The CO2 is pressed into the beans and dissolves and draws the caffeine out of the beans. The process is repeated until the caffeine content of the beans is less than 0.1%.
Preparation Filter Coffee
There are many different recipes that lead to an excellent cup of coffee, the following example should serve as a basic recipe and can be changed and adapted according to your wishes and willingness to experiment. With this recipe you will brew about 270 ml of coffee, that is one cup, or two cups.
Here is a small guide:
|Water temperature||90 – 96 °C||90 – 96 °C|
|Dose||18 g||18 g|
|Amount of water||300 g||300 g|
|Grind||Medium 20 – 30 Clicks on the Comandante||Medium-coarse 24 – 35 Clicks on the Comandante|
Step by step
Step 1 Preparation:
- Grind 18 g of coffee
- Rinse the filter paper to get rid of papery flavor and preheat the brewer.
Step 2 Blooming:
- Pour in 18 g of coffee.
- Start timer.
- With approx. 40 g water, wet all coffee evenly and quickly.
Blooming prepares the coffee for the coming extraction.
Step 3 Intervals:
Use slow circular motions going inward and back outward in spirals for each pour
- 00:30 min to 120 g
- 00:50 min to 180 g
- 01:15 min to 240 g
- 01:40 min to 300 g
Finally, wait until the coffee has finished brewing and enjoy!
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