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Wheel Sucker

Have all the spoils without the work, or in this case without the caffeine. Thanks to the Swiss Water process using the elements of water, temperature and time to remove the caffeine without using chemicals “Wheel Sucker” is a 100 Percent Arabica from Brazil which will not disappoint. A well balanced coffee produced by the worlds largest coffee producing nation …

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Coffee type

Single origin

Roast level

Light

Botany

100% Arabica

Aroma

Bakery - hazelnut and brown sugar

Process

Natural

Acidity

Bitterness

Body

Variety  Region 
Catuia, New World, Tupi Cerrado, Brazil
Harvesting period Altitude
May to October 1172 masl

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Description

Have all the spoils without the work, or in this case without the caffeine. Thanks to the Swiss Water process using the elements of water, temperature and time to remove the caffeine without using chemicals “Wheel Sucker” is a 100 Percent Arabica from Brazil which will not disappoint. A well balanced coffee produced by the worlds largest coffee producing nation …

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Pack size

250g

1 review for Wheel Sucker

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    A P (verified owner)

    One of the best decafs I’ve drunk. This has got really mellow, subtle peanut notes, some depth but not over-powering.
    A really drinkable decaf – I can definitely recommend it.

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Monmouthshire, UK

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