Decaf House Blend Full City Roast Coffee

( 5 Reviews )

Fair Trade Decaf House Blend Full City Roast has a nice floral fragrance and sweet aroma. Medium bodied with soft acidity. Sweet flavor and nice fruity aftertaste. For decaf lovers as well as those who thought decaf couldn't taste this good!

-Fair Trade Coffee
-Roasted local to Koinonia Farm at Café Campesino in Americus, Georgia
-Available in 1, 2, or 5 pound bags. Choose either ground or whole bean.
-Favorite Uses: a good, strong cup to start your morning with Koinonia Farm Granola, a mid-morning break with Date Nut Bread, or an afternoon pick-me-up with Cinnamon Spiced or Hickory Smoked Pecans.

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5 Reviews

Betsy Eggers May 4th 2021

Decaf Full City Roast

When you buy decaf coffee, you gotta trust the "decaf" part, right? I served this coffee to 12 bridge players at 9pm at night and we all got a good night's sleep. (I served it with a pecan pie made from Koinonia pecans!) Delicious roast that I drink every every morning, mixed in with "real" Full City Roast beans. We purchase Koinonia free trade coffee beans because I trust that they really ARE free trade as well as decaf. Thank you for all your decades of good work, Koinonia. The least I can do is to drink your coffee every morning!

Dee Dressler Jan 24th 2021

Decaf House Blend Full City Roast Coffee

I mix this with Sumatra Viennese Roast Coffee for a half regular and half decaf blend. Its just right for me. Bitter but not too bitter, sweet but not too sweet. I use it both for pressed coffee and for esspresso in a mocha pot. I love the subscription option so I always look forward to a couple of fresh bags of beans every 6 weeks.

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