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5 to Try: Decaf Coffee

From espresso and cold brew to pour-over, there’s a time and a place for every kind of coffee—even decaf. For those looking for all the flavor of a good specialty coffee without the caffeine, here are five solid options.

49th Parallel Coffee Roasters Vancouver’s 49th Parallel makes two excellent decafs—the Swiss Water Process is a smooth sipper made from Costa Rican beans, while the single-origin Colombia La Serrania is even more nuanced, with layers of tropical fruits on the front and walnut on the finish.

Batdorf & Bronson A blend of organic, shade-grown Central American beans, Batdorf’s Whirling Dirvish Decaf has been a staple of the roastery’s lineup for two decades. It’s smooth and balanced with layers of fruit and chocolate.

Camber Coffee A blend of Swiss Water-processed small batch coffees, Goodnight Moon Decaf from Camber Coffee in Bellingham, Washington, explodes with complex flavors.

Tweed Coffee Roasters A soft sweetness and nutty backbone define Tweed’s Two-Step, a decaf made with beans from Colombia. It’s a dynamic cup with an earthy, nutty finish.

Verve Coffee Roasters Beans from Colombia and Brazil combine in Verve’s Vancouver Swiss Water Decaf. Expect a vibrant, silky mouthfeel and flavors of dark chocolate, almond and honey.

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