Drinking coffee has for hundreds of years been a cultural tradition across the world, and in the UK alone it is estimated around 95 million cups are consumed each day. There’s probably never been a better time to drink coffee, given the wealth of sublime varieties available, with consumers becoming more aware of the origins and characteristics of speciality coffees. You don’t have to go far to find a coffee house or cafe selling speciality coffee, and those people who choose to brew it at home can now produce a quality cup worthy of the most competent barista.
Swiss Water Decaffeinated Coffee
is perfect for those who want to enjoy a full and flavoursome cup without the effects of caffeine, and feel happy to know it's been processed in a natural, environmentally-friendly way, with no added chemicals. The Swiss Water Decaffeination Process was pioneered in Switzerland in the 1930s, but it wasn't until 1980 that it was developed for commercial use by the company Coffex S.A. Today, Swiss Water Decaffeinated Coffee is processed at a facility near Vancouver, Canada, where premium coffee beans are sent from around the world, to be decaffeinated and distributed to coffee roasters worldwide.
There are a number of reasons for switching to decaffeinated coffee, particularly if you find it difficult to relax at night after drinking your favourite caffeinated drinks. While caffeine increases levels of certain neurotransmitters (including acetylcholine, which is associated with attention and concentration), there are some notable negative effects, such as when alertness turns into restlessness and insomnia. So, while many enjoy the energising effects of coffee, these effects can quickly become a burden, particularly for those suffering from poor sleep routines due to their daily caffeine intake. With decaffeinated coffees, coffee-lovers can enjoy their favourite brews without the negative effects...