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Mexican DeCaf Coffee Israel | קפה נטול קפאין

Mexican DeCaf Coffee


Mexican DeCaf Coffee - decaffeinated coffee Israel

  • About Decaf or caffeine free coffee

    Our Mexican DeCaf Coffee is a decaffeinated coffee sourced from the best regions of Brazil. It is processed using the CO2 decaffeination method, ensuring that the coffee retains its natural flavor and aroma. This gentle caffeine free coffee has earthy and warm notes, making it the perfect choice for those looking for a smooth cup of coffee. Enjoy the delicious taste of MexicanDeCaf Coffee without the buzz of caffeine.

    History of decaffeinated coffee:
    1. Early Attempts:
       - The idea of decaffeination dates back to the early 20th century. Ludwig Roselius, a German coffee merchant, is often credited with the first commercial decaffeination process. In 1903, he accidentally discovered that a batch of coffee beans was decaffeinated after being soaked in seawater during transport. This happy accident sparked further interest in decaffeination methods.

    2. Swiss Water Process:
       - One of the earliest commercial decaffeination processes is the Swiss Water Process, developed in Switzerland in the 1930s. This method uses water and activated charcoal to remove caffeine. The process begins by soaking the coffee beans in hot water, which extracts the caffeine along with other compounds. The water is then passed through activated charcoal, which traps the caffeine molecules while allowing the other compounds to pass through. The caffeine-free water is then used to remove caffeine from a new batch of beans, ensuring that only the caffeine is removed.

    3. Chemical Solvents:
       - In the mid-20th century, chemical solvents like ethyl acetate and methylene chloride were introduced as more efficient ways to decaffeinate coffee. These solvents are still used today but in regulated amounts. The beans are steamed, which opens up the pores and allows the solvent to remove the caffeine. The solvent is then removed, and the beans are steamed again to remove any remaining residue. While these solvents are considered safe and are used in regulated amounts, some people prefer decaf coffee that has been decaffeinated using the Swiss Water Process or the CO2 Method.

    Interesting Facts about decaffeinate coffee:

    1. Decaffeination Methods:

       - There are different methods used to decaffeinate coffee. The solvent-based method involves using chemical solvents like ethyl acetate or methylene chloride to extract caffeine. The Swiss Water Process, on the other hand, uses only water, temperature, and time to decaffeinate coffee without the use of chemicals. The CO2 Method involves using carbon dioxide as a solvent to extract caffeine in a controlled environment. Each method has its pros and cons, and the choice of method may affect the taste and quality of the decaffeinated coffee.


    2. Caffeine Content:

       - Decaffeinated coffee is not completely caffeine-free. It typically contains about 1-5% of the caffeine found in regular coffee. While the caffeine content may vary depending on the decaffeination method used, it is significantly lower compared to regular coffee. This makes decaf coffee a suitable option for those who want to enjoy the taste of coffee without the effects of caffeine.


    3. Decaf Varieties:

       - Most types of coffee, including popular ones like Arabica and Robusta, have decaffeinated versions. So, if you have a favorite coffee bean, you can likely find a decaf version. This means that you don't have to compromise on taste or variety when choosing decaf coffee.


    4. Health Benefits:

       - Some people choose decaf for health reasons. Excessive caffeine intake may lead to issues like insomnia, anxiety, or digestive problems. By opting for decaf, individuals can still enjoy the taste and aroma of coffee without the potential negative effects of caffeine. Decaf coffee also contains antioxidants, which have various health benefits.


    5. Taste Differences:

       - Decaffeinated coffee can have a slightly different taste compared to regular coffee. The decaffeination process may affect the flavor profile of the coffee beans, and some people claim that decaf is less robust or has a milder taste. However, advancements in decaffeination methods have minimized flavor differences, and many people find that the taste of decaf coffee is just as enjoyable as regular coffee.


    6. Decaf Myths:

       - There are some myths surrounding decaffeinated coffee. One common myth is that decaf coffee is not as flavorful as regular coffee. However, this is not nec