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Due to high demand on our deliver partners during the festive season, shipments can be delayed
Due to high demand on our deliver partners shipments can be delayed

Sol de Montana Decaf

Apricot, Lemon Peel, White Chocolate

Original price €10,00 - Original price €40,00
Original price
€10,00 - €40,00
Current price €10,00




Chaparral - Tolima


Sugar Cane Decaf


Castillo, Caturra



Brew Advice

In: 19.5g
Out: 42g
Time: 31 seconds

Milky Espresso
In: 20g
Out: 36g
Time: 30 seconds

Coffee In: 17.5g
Water In: 230g
Time: 2.30-3.00 minutes

Montanas Del Sur

Cafe Montanas Del Sur This coffee comes from Surcafe who are an association of coffee growers in the southern part of Tolima, Colombia. They are are located in the “cañón de las hermosas”, a national park known for its beauty. In the past it has also an are heavily affected by the civil war within Colombia and the Guerilla warfare. The association was created in September of 2017 with the goal of improving quality and helping find new markets for their coffees. It is made up of 117 associates, where 43 of them are organic. Siruma are partners in Colombia started working with the group at the end of 2021. In 2022 Siruma's agronomist in Tolima has been taking baseline measurements within the group to help identify areas of need for the production of coffee as well as the commercial organisation of the group. All coffee is processed at micro wet mills on their small 1 - 4 Ha farms. Where they pick, pulp and ferment the coffees and then dry in solar tents or on the roofs. Once ready the coffee is then delivered to the associations collection point and cupped where Siruma then receive samples to approve the physical quality and cup quality.

Sugarcane Decaffeination

The Sugar Cane Decaf Process The coffee first undergoes steaming at low pressures to remove the silver skins before then being moistened with hot water to allow the beans to swell and soften. This then prepares the coffee for the hydrolysis of caffeine, which is attached to the salts of the chlorogenic acid within the coffee. The extractors (naturally obtained from the fermentation of sugar cane and not from chemical synthesis) are then filled with moistened coffee which is washed several times with the natural ethyl acetate solvent, to reduce the caffeine down to the correct levels. Once this process is finished the coffee then must be cleaned of the remaining ethyl acetate by using a flow of low pressured saturated steam, before moving onto the final steps. From here the coffee is sent to vacuum drying drums where the water previously used to moisten the beans is removed and the coffee dried to between 10-12%. < br> The coffee is then cooled quickly to ambient temperature using fans before the final step of carnauba wax being applied to polish and provide the coffee with protection against environmental conditions and to help provide stability. From here, the coffee is the packed into 35kg bags ready for export.