The UVVW method of decaffeination removes between 97 to 98.5% of caffeine from a batch of coffee. The Food and Drug Administration has set its official safety limit for decaffeinated coffee at 10 parts per million (ppm). The UVVW process guarantees 5ppm or lower; although this process generally produces less than 1ppm. A cup of 97% decaffeinated coffee contains about 1-5 mg caffeine, so our UVVW Decaf can be expected to contain even less.
Piñon is an edible pine nut grown in the southwestern United States.
Because the Piñon crops fluctuate so much from year to year and the growing concern for nut allergies, we had to come up with a custom Piñon flavoring. This is great, because it ensures that each bag is filled with that same favorite Piñon flavor. For more info you can call or email us.
Our coffee requires a set taste profile, so we normally receive a variety of different Arabica beans at a time from all over the Central and South America. Then mix them to meet our taste profile and try to keep the taste as consistent as possible.
We are constantly changing the blend to maintain the same taste. Consequently, not all the plantations we use are “Certified Organic”.
Our decaf coffee bean provider uses a unique decaffeination method called UVVW. The caffeine is removed from these beans gently, using ultrasound, vapor, vacuum, and water (UVVW), leaving the coffee flavor, body, and aroma in the beans for you to enjoy.
We recommend using 2 Tbsp (5 g) of coffee for every 6 fl oz. (180 ml) of cold filtered water. You can use more or less coffee for desired strength.
Coffee should be closed securely and stored in a cabinet or cupboard. We do not recommend storage in freezers or refrigerators.
You can find our coffee in almost every grocery store throughout New Mexico, on the shelf in Costco Colorado, nationwide in Trader Joes, and a variety of other places. For more info, you can call or email us. You can also try our Store Locator.