Thursday, November 23, 2023

Awesome Coffee For #Holiday2023

Did you know that not all decaf coffee is created equal? Some decaffeination methods involve chemicals like methylene chloride or ethyl acetate. Both are ingredients found in paint thinners, and degreasing agents and - in large amounts - have been linked to numerous health problems. Enter: Swiss Water, a proprietary water process that eliminates caffeine from coffee without leaving any chemical residues while retaining the bean's natural flavor and aroma. Both of these roasts are part of Swiss Water's curated subscription service.

Coffee is always a good gift, especially for the connoisseur of coffee, to try new things and new flavors. Three Keys Coffee: Established in 2019, Three Keys Coffee is a distinguished, Black-owned craft coffee roastery nestled in Houston, Texas. Its name, borrowed from the valves of a trumpet, echoes the captivating yet approachable language of jazz, inviting those who yearn for a moment of slow-paced appreciation. Among its offerings is the "Honduras Smooth Horn Blues" which stands out as a melody in a cup. This decaf coffee is not just a beverage; it's an experience that narrates a tale of complexity, harmony, and cultural richness. Mirroring the lush landscapes and storied musical heritage of Honduras, this medium-dark roast decaf is a true reflection of its origin. Crafted with attention and affection, the cooperative's meticulous cultivation and anaerobic fermentation process create a coffee that sings with brightness and mellowness. The uniqueness of this decaf is further enhanced through the Swiss Water Process, an innovative method that relies on water instead of chemicals. By doing so, it preserves the natural taste and ensures the utmost quality of the coffee. With Three Keys Coffee's "Honduras Smooth Horn Blues," you're not just enjoying a cup of coffee - you're immersing yourself in an artful blend of tradition, innovation, and flavor.
Kuma Coffee: Born in a Seattle garage in 2008, Kuma, 'bear' in Japanese, emerged from the owner’s relentless quest to craft exquisite coffee. This pursuit led to a worldwide sampling of numerous coffees to find a select few for the Kuma lineup. Committed to sustainability, Kuma Coffee acquires beans directly from the source, in season, and pays farmers a substantial premium, outpacing conventional market or fair trade prices. Among its outstanding offerings is the Decaf Burundi Rotheca Project, decaffeinated by the Swiss Water Process. This environmentally conscious process removes caffeine from coffee while leaving no chemical residues behind, retaining the bean's authentic flavor and aroma. A socially impactful initiative, the Rotheca Project supports education and provides micro-loans for women-owned farms in Burundi. The freshly decaffeinated lot, bursting with notes of nectarine, plum, and bittersweet chocolate, is a shining testament to Kuma's unwavering dedication to quality. From Rhode Island to Tucson to Hawaii, Kuma Coffee stands as a symbol of taste and ethical sourcing in cafes committed to these same values.


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