Decaf: a pioneer with a pure heart

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    Decaf: a pioneer with a pure heart

    A non-caffeine called Decaf. A lost one without excitement in the turbulent world of passion and emotion. A weird guy tries to keep its characteristics despite choosing to change. A coffee bean with a pure heart. It changes to make friends with like-mind people.

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    WHAT IS DECAF COFFEE?

    Decaffeinated coffee — known to most as “decaf” — isn’t just a regular coffee. It does not have caffeine.

    The decaffeination process typically removes around 97-99 % of the caffein and that, on average, decaf coffee has 3 milligrams of caffeine per cup compared to the 85 milligrams in a regular cup of coffee — which is a considerable amount if you’re sensitive to caffeine.

    It’s believed that decaf coffee was discovered in the 1900s when a shipment of coffee beans was soaked in seawater during transit, which naturally extracted some of the caffeine.

    Shortly after, the merchant who happened upon the mishap recreated these magic beans using a chemical solvent called benzene, an ingredient that is a major component of gasoline and also found in volcanoes.

    The decaffeination process starts with unroasted beans (fun fact: the beans are green pre-roasting), which are initially soaked in water to dissolve the caffeine. Then, it can follow three primary methods.

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    1. First up is the one with those pesky chemicals. Methylene chloride, which is used in paint removers (yikes), or ethyl acetate, which is used in glue and nail polish removers (double yikes), are used to remove the caffeine from the water by either adding them to the mix of coffee and water (the “direct” process) or by removing the water from the beans and then adding them to the water mixture (the “indirect” process). The final step is the same, which is evaporating the water so the flavor remains in the beans.

    2. Another method, called the Swiss Water Process, uses a charcoal filter to remove the caffeine from the water, making it 100-percent chemical-free.

    3. The third process also keeps things chemical-free by using liquid carbon dioxide to dissolve the caffeine.

    Though the latter methods may sound preferable, the amount of chemicals remaining at the end of the first decaffeination method is minimal and has been deemed safe by the FDA.

    No matter your preference, since labels aren’t required to disclose the method used, it’s hard to say what you’re getting — unless you opt for organic, which is solvent-free.

    SO, IS DECAF GOOD FOR YOU

    Whether decaf or regular, coffee is high in antioxidants.

    Decaf coffee has plenty of positive attributes, a few of which are due to its lower levels of caffeine:

    Decaf coffee consumption in one study showed a decreased risk of developing rectal cancer.

    A study on rats (yeah, we’re waiting for the proof on humans) showed that rodents who were supplemented with coffee performed bêtter in cognition-related tasks than those without, suggesting that coffee may reduce age-related mental decline—no matter the caffeine contents.

    Consumption of both decaf and caffeinated coffee has been shown to protect neurons in the brain and may help prevent diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

    Decaf coffee may lower mortality thanks to its positive effect on risk factors like inflammation and depression.

    DECAF: A SOULMATE FOR THINKERS

    Caffeine can bring temporary mood changes to people, help create excitement and support daily activities. However, at certain points of the day such as night, caffeine is not so suitable. Because they can cause stress, insomnia, high blood pressure, and fatigue.

    Using too much caffeine is also not good for the body. In a negative way, caffeine is an addictive substance It’s all too easy to forget that caffeine is a drug, and though not as addictive as some of the harder stuff, regular consumption can still lead to cravings and withdrawal symptoms.

    Therefore, Decaf is a pioneer who dares to sacrifice to make friends with people.

    Still, have the original characteristics of coffee, Decaf gives people the full experience that each coffee bean has.

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    43 FACTORY COFFEE ROASTER'S DECAF

    Normally, after decaffeination, the structure of the beans is weakened, the taste thus isn't as strong as the regular coffee beans.

    So, few people choose excellent coffee for this method. Because as an eternal prejudice, Decaf coffee beans are only for people who cannot drink regular coffee.

    However, the supplier of Decaf coffee for 43 Factory - Swiss Water still faithfully chooses different types of delicious coffee and has special properties like regular specialty coffee products.

    To them and 43, the biggest desire is to embrace coffee beans and turn Decaf to be a soulmate for coffee lovers who want to learn and experience a perfect coffee culture without being affected too much by inherent properties from coffee - caffeine.

    With the same philosophy of work and dedication, 43 Factory brings the beans from Swiss Water to you, hoping that with our thoughts and skills, dear friends will enjoy the love for fragrant coffee beans.

    Those who are thoughtful and rely on coffee every day, Decaf is a good option. When night falls, caffeinated coffee can cause sleeplessness and other negative effects. Therefore, Decaf was introduced for people who are craving for a world of flavor and taste.

    Decaf - the one who chooses to sacrifice to comfort coffee lovers.

    >> https:/43factory.coffee/en/decaf-a-pioneer-with-a-pure-heart-.html
     




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