Sin Prisa – Decaf
Sin Prisa Decaf Coffee is produced by a selection of 80 farmers in the area surrounding Pijao. The coffee beans are decaffeinated using the sugar cane process. In this natural process, the caffeine is extracted from ingredients of the sugar cane.
|Product Name||Sin Prisa - Decaf|
|Taste notes||Caramel, Fig, Almond|
|Roast level||3 / 5|
|Farm||Smallhoulders around Pijao|
|Farmer||Smallhoulders around Pijao|
|Variety||Red Caturra, Castillo|
|Process||Fully Washed, E.A.Sugar Cane|
|Altitude||1.600 - 1.800 masl|
|Harvest||September - December|
How to Brew
Use 95 degree hot water, preferably filtered.
Wash out the paper filter with hot water before brewing.
We recommend 60g coffee / 1l water. If this is too strong/weak for you, use less/more coffee.
If your coffee tastes bitter, grind it coarser. If it tastes sour, grind it finer.
Grind your coffee slightly coarser than granulated sugar. We recommend dosing the coffee according your own machine’s recommendation.
Fill the lower chamber with hot water. Place the funnel in the pot without letting water get in.
Fill the funnel with the ground coffee, smooth the coffee grounds (do not tamp) and wipe the rim of the funnel clean. Screw the upper part of the Moka Pot tightly.
Place the Moka Pot on the stove over medium heat. As soon as you hear a hissing, gurgling sound, take it off the stove immediately. Let the coffee flow into the upper chamber until the end.
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