Swiss Water Decaffeinated Coffee Inc
If Your Looking For A Decaf Coffee With All The Flavor Of Normal Coffee, Then Kitchen Heroes UK; Coffee Heroes Swiss Water Coffee Could Be For You!
Our Swiss Water Coffee offers a fantastic alternative to regular, caffeine-filled types of coffee. Created using the highly acclaimed Swiss Water Process/Mountain Process which was originally formulated by Swiss Water Decaffeinated Coffee Inc. Swiss Water Coffee has been a firm favourite among buyers looking for a decaf coffee that offers full flavour without the caffeine.
Often, decaffeinated coffee can be tasteless or have a 'wishy-washy' taste to it. This is caused by the processes used in order to remove the caffeine from the coffee beans. Original methods use a mixture of chemical elements which are designed to remove the caffeine easily. This is great for removing the caffeine from the coffee however this process also often removes other chemicals from the coffee beans. These other chemicals are thought to contain elements of taste and texture which once removed, leave the coffee tasting weak and not really like coffee at all!
This causes huge problems for coffee roasters who are creating decaffeinated coffee drinks. Consumer research often shows that decaf coffee has a stigma relating to this taste issue which has been hard to shift!
Enter Swiss Water Decaf Coffee From Kitchen Heroes UK - Coffee Heroes - https://www.kitchenheroesuk.co.uk. Our Swiss Water Decaf Coffee is packed full of coffee flavour and is 99.9% caffeine-free!
We are able to create this stunning decaf coffee with ease due to a process known as the Swiss Water Process (or known as the Mountain Water Process). This process uses clear, spring water to wash all of the coffee beans in. A unique filtration system is also placed which only allows caffeine molecules to pass through it. Leaving all other chemicals within the water which in turn is re-absorbed into the coffee beans.
Our Swiss water coffee beans are left well hydrated, plump, flavorful and caffeine-free!
Page Updated Last on: Sep 02, 2019