Peru Decaf Norandino coffee (Swiss Water™) Petit Noir

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Ethical, ecological, and organic decaffeinated specialty coffee.

This incredible Peruvian decaffeinated coffee comes from the Servicisios Norandino Cooperative.

This association of coffee producers was created in 1995 with 200 members and counts today more than 7000 families from the Sierra de Piura, the part of the Andes mountain range located in the extreme north of Peru.
Its policy: agroecological agriculture and social organization. The organization has today a real economic weight in the region. It is able to negotiate with the State and the local communities in favor of numerous development projects.


Certification/Grading: FT, Organic

Roast: Medium

Tasting Profile: Salted caramel, silky sweet, citrus

Grower: Cooperativa Agricola de Servicisios Norandino

Variety: Caturra, Bourbon, Catuai, Pache, & Catimor

Region: Piura, Amazonas, Peru

Altitude: 1100-1700 M

Soil Type: Clay Minerals

Process: Fully washed and dried in the sun.

When you see the Swiss Water® name, it means your favorite roaster offers 100% chemical-free decaffeinated coffeeNot to be confused with Swiss Mocha or coffee flavoring, the Swiss Water process is a method for decaffeinating coffee that was created in Switzerland in the 1930s and scaled for commercial coffee production by the 1980s.

Fairtrade (FT) coffee is coffee that is certified as having been produced to fair trade standards by fair trade organizations, which create trading partnerships that are based on dialogue, transparency, and respect, with the goal of achieving greater equity in international trade.

In the case of organic coffee, there are no synthetic fertilizers or chemicals used in growing or production, which means cleaner beans, air, land, and water. The coffee is grown with only organic fertilizers, like coffee pulp, chicken manure, or compost.

  • For espresso machine, Moka pot, and 9barista, take the Espresso grind
  • For pour-over, dripper,  French Press, Chemex, AeroPress, take the Standard grind
  • For expert grinding, take the whole beans, always the best choice. 

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