A pound each of:
Decaffeinated Indonesian Sumatra Mandheling Royal Select MWP
Sumatra coffee is what originally made me a believer of home roasting. Never had a good commercial cup Sumatra but when roaster correctly, boy is it one tasty cup!
Indonesian Sumatrans will be a bolder stronger cup of coffee, the aroma after roasting is very sweet with a hint of spice.
Medium to full bodied and sweet, this is one stronger cup of coffee. Very nice aroma of cinnamon and dark fruits with notes of incense. Hints of dry herb and spice with just a smidgen of traditional Sumatra peat moss/smokiness.
A medium to dark roast will suit this coffee well by accentuating the darker tones and body.
Decaffeinated Colombian Org. Sol Naciente – MWP
A very fresh and tasty certified decaf!
Colombian coffee is often regarded as some of the highest quality coffee in the world. Colombia has traditionally grown Arabica beans at high altitudes and drier climates, producing a delicious, full bodied, high quality brew.
A very nicely balanced chocolaty and nutty cup profile, a bit on the sweeter side. The taste is fuller bodied with a nice walnut chocolaty tone mixing with a smooth, sweeter, mellow finish. Pleasing hints of smoke and spice finish off this great Colombian coffee at darker roast points. Lighter roasts can show hints of floral but all in all a lower acidity cup.
Like all Colombians this is a versatile bean for roasting. Darker roasts convey wonderful smoky tones and outstanding sweetness while lighter roasts (with decaf, avoid cinnamon roast points) will deliver a crisper cup. A great coffee to experiment with at different roasting points to experience all this coffee has to offer.
Decaffeinated Brazil Sul De Minas- MWP
A great super clean Decaf Brazil.
Hard to tell this one is a decaf!
This Brazil has a very fruity wet aroma. Medium bodied with a dark chocolate nuttiness. A smooth, rich, clean cup perfect for those decaf espresso drinks.
Great as a single origin Americana or Espresso, also works well in decaf espresso blends. Try it with our decaf Sumatra (15%) and our decaf Guatemalan (15%).
I found this coffee best roasted to a full city, just before the second crack. It is versatile, could be taken lighter or darker depending on your preference.