How many times did we say people get it wrong when it comes decaf? Many. We've always had tasty decaf on the menu: the Amatenango Mexican Decaf has been a staple for years, but it's a bit more developed to make it easier to extract as an espresso.

This Colombian Pink Bourbon is a light coffee aimed specifically to excel as a filter brew. It's a coffee that is so damn good that it won't even bother you, unless you are really tired, that is caffeine free.

This coffee is bright and balanced, with orange and orange peel notes.
The dark chocolate and nougat makes the coffee rich and deep, with an amazing mouthfeel.
The baking spices round it up for amazing complexity.

You can also brew this as an espresso of course, but we recommend a fine grind setting and a longer extraction time, especially with milk.
A fast shot will be super tasty as an americano though!

 And we recommend to grind either a bit coarser and use a higher ratio compared to your regular light roasts when it comes to conical pourover brewers.

Method Dose Ratio Time
Espresso 18 g 2.2:1 32-36 sec
Espresso with milk 18g 2.1:1 36-40 sec
Americano 18 g 2.4:1 30-34 sec


23 g 16:1 3:30-4:15 min

 Chemex & Batch Brew

40-60 g 16:1 5:00-5:45 min

 French Press

18-25 g 15.5:1 3:30 min steep time
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