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How does your bean get to zero caffeine?

Posted on October 1, 2019

Being a decaffe drinker, full-on or on some occasions, have you ever thought about how that decaffe coffee made it to you in the first place?

It is quite a process for that cup of java to become a decaffe. And even though there are a few ways the bean can be processed to become decaffeinated, the most common process takes about 10 hours where batches of beans work their way through silos and cylinders while the “supercritical” carbon dioxide forms under high pressure and is pumped through the beans. The carbon dioxide penetrates the beans and extracts the caffeine. The beans then go off for further processing to get it to its consumable state. To eventually end up right here, in your delicious decaffe coffee! Cheers to Decaffe!