Swiss Water (Decaf)


Who on earth would drink decaf?

To the sophisticated decaf consumer, decaffeinated coffee is a very distinct beverage. This counts just as much for the folks who drink a double cap on their way to work in the morning as those who enjoy a cup of decaf on the way home. What they want is a beverage without the caffeine, and they want it to taste like coffee – and they really do want it to taste good. So what are you waiting for?

Give Peace a Chance

The peace of mind you get knowing that you recognize the increasing importance of  keeping your customers satisfied.while providing coffee – both regular and decaf – that meets your high standards. Opportunity is knocking, and astute coffee roasters are beginning to realize that decaf needs more of their attention. All we are saying is, give decaf – really good decaf –  a chance.

You're In Good Hands

Swiss Water Decaffeinated Coffee Co. Inc. is a global leader in environmentally responsible chemical-free decaffeination of specialty coffee and has been since 1989.

Relax. It's 100% chemical free

The Swiss Water® Process is a taste-driven, 100% chemical free decaffeination process that uses water from the coast mountains of British Columbia and proprietary caffeine-specific carbon re-generation technology.  We promise that solvents like methylene chloride or ethyl acetate are never used to remove caffeine from green coffee beans.

Calm down. It's 99.9% caffeine free

Using water, the Swiss Water® Process removes caffeine such that the beans are 99.9% caffeine free while maintaining the unique origin flavor, body and aroma characteristics. The best of the bean remains while only the caffeine is removed.

We continue to improve bean color and strive for ever-greater chlorogenic and amino acids retention, resulting in truer origin flavor in a decaffeinated coffee.

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One Response to Swiss Water (Decaf)

  1. Viki says:

    There’s nothing like the relief of findnig what you’re looking for.

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