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Written by Miles Spencer

Decaf coffee is coffee with the caffeine removed. The decaffeination process can be applied to beans and grinds, so decaf coffee can be purchased to use as instant or for grinders, percolators, drip machines and cafetieres. How is Caffeine Removed from Coffee? There are various ways that decaffeinated coffee is...

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Written by Miles Spencer

Decaffeinated coffee is the choice of people who want to enjoy the taste of coffee without the hit of caffeine. In order to sold as decaf, coffee has to fit within certain standards. The Decaf Regulations Coffee in the UK is produced and sold in line with European food regulations....

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Written by Lewis Spencer

Decaffeinated coffee has the delicious coffee flavour and strength that you love, without the jitter-inducing caffeine that you sometimes – but not always – need! But it is something of a misnomer as decaffeinated coffee still has a perceptible amount of caffeine in it, and overdoing the decaf can leave...

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Written by Lewis Spencer

There are several ways that the amount of caffeine in coffee can be reduced. Do be aware that decaf is never entirely free from caffeine, however, there are limits that decaffeinated coffee must fall below, in order to bear the label in Europe. This is 0.1% for coffee beans, and...

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