New arrivals – Ethiopia Organic Guji Sidamo SWP Decaf and Guatemala La Maravilla SWP Decaf

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We’re adding two decafs that were so great caffeinated, we sent them off to be de-caffeinated! Ethiopia Organic Guji Sidamo SWP Decaf and Guatemala La Maravilla SWP Decaf . Note also that Finca La Maravilla is in the Huehuetenango region, and Tom notes a more expanded body in the decaf version of the Guji in the full reviews. Click on through.. Switch to Decaf !?

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3 Responses to “New arrivals – Ethiopia Organic Guji Sidamo SWP Decaf and Guatemala La Maravilla SWP Decaf”


  1. 1 Terry

    Tom – You used to carry an Ethiopian Sidamo Decaf that really DID taste like the “real” stuff. If you can remember, how does this Sidamo compare?

  2. 2 maurimacy

    …a related question – when I roast SWP decafs they take on a “charcoal”/burned look at almost any roast level…at least any pushed toward darker. Is this common? It still tastes good, but the look of it is…off-putting. Thanks.

  3. 3 Thompson

    Thompson wrote:

    …a related question – when I roast SWP decafs they take on a “charcoal”/burned look at almost any roast level…at least any pushed toward darker. Is this common? It still tastes good, but the look of it is…off-putting. Thanks.

    SWP roast do have a “matte” surface to them, but I would really try to keep roasts lighter on these 2 new decafs … they really have some great origin character to preserve, and not to be obscured by darker roast levels. The Ethiopia is probably a more delicate example than the Sidamo lots we have had, but I would say it has a lot of Ethiopia character in the light roast!

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