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Single-Origin | Nariño, Colombia

Decaf Urcunina

maple syrup | green grape | silky

$23

Roast Level

medium light roast

Size

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A delicious cup of decaf coffee is a beautiful thing. This special lot was harvested by the Urcunina group in Nariño, Colombia, and decaffeinated at Colombia’s only decaffeination plant, using a sugarcane derivative called ethyl acetate to extract the caffeine. The result is one of the sweetest and most complex cups of decaf we've tasted, with notes of maple syrup, green grape, and a silky body.

Pronunciation: DEE-caf ur-coo-NEE-nuh

There are many ways to remove caffeine from unroasted coffee beans, and many facilities that carry out this task. Counter Culture offers coffees decaffeinated by water or ethyl acetate, a sugarcane derivative. The latter method is used to decaffeinate Decaf Urcunina. The result is one of the sweetest, most complex cups of decaffeinated coffee we've ever tasted. The coffee is decaffeinated at DESCAFECOL, Colombia’s first and only decaffeination plant.

Decaf coffee drinkers are the true coffee lovers––here for the flavor, not the kick.

Urcunina means “fire mountain” in the Quillacingas language. This is the name the farmers chose for their coffee to distinguish it from other regional groups. It is a reference to the Galeras volcano, a prominent landmark in La Florida.

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  • B Corp Certified

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