La Resistencia: Swiss Water Decaf
This is a special decaf, for many reasons. More important than tasting incredible, it's a blend from the Indigenous Xinca farmers who form The Café Colis Resistencia movement.
These farmers are defending their lands (the same ones that grows the coffee you drink) from a Canadian owned silver mine that is trying to wipe our their lands, culture, livelihoods and lives, with impunity.
By buying this coffee, you are supporting the Café Colis Resistencia's ability to continue defending their lands and receiving fair wages for the coffee.
TASTING NOTES: Chocolate Chip Cookies + Raisins
REGION: San Miguel, Mataquescuintla, Guatemala
ALTITUDE: 1750-1800 masl
SIZE: Available in 227g, 340g, 454g, 908g bags.
GRIND: Whole bean, Filter, French Press, and Espresso/Moka PotRead More
- ESPRESSO: If want to try pulling this, go fine! Decaf need a fine grind and can sometimes be tricky to dial in. But this one can pull smoother than Ryan Gosling in leisure wear.
- POUR-OVER: We recommend grinding a touch coarser for pour over for this roast, and try to limit your pours to 1-2 (post bloom) and total time closer to 3 minutes.
- FRENCH PRESS: We recommend the James Hoffman method for this roast: 16.67:1 ratio // medium grind (not too coarse) // add water, do not stir, brew for 4 minutes // after 4 mins break crust gently, scoop everything that floats // let sit for another 5-8 minutes // don't press all the way, only use it as a filter at the surface of the brew.
It's hard to find anything but dark roast decaf, so this medium roast is such a treat. All the smooth flavour complexity without the jitters.
I love the taste of this decaf coffee--I have already ordered more.
My partner bought me a small bag and I used it so fast I bought a huge one! I love it and the company so much. BUY THIS COFFEE. But not the decaf, leave it for me haha
The Swiss Water Decaf as a strong a flavour as any other Artery coffee. Highly recommended.