About Mexican Water Process:
The Mexican Water Process is a chemical-free method for removing the caffeine from green coffee beans. The process involves charging water with a coffee extract that includes all of the dissolvable solids of green coffee, minus the caffeine. This is done by soaking a batch of green coffee until the dissolvable solids are extracted. The coffee is discarded while the water is passed through a carbon filter that removes the caffeine, creating the coffee extract. A new batch of green coffee is then soaked in this extract. The caffeine is drawn out of the coffee leaving the other dissolvable solids (flavor compounds) in the bean. Finally the extract is passed through the carbon filters again to remove the caffeine and the process begins again.
Depending on our current coffee selection, it might take 2-4 days for us to get your coffee roasted and packaged.
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