Rosso Coffee Roasters

Rosso - Decaf (340g)

Regular price $14.99 USD
Sale price $14.99 USD Regular price
Tasting Notes: Milk Chocolate, Black Tea, Raisin

This coffee is produced by selected farms in Popayán region. Coffee is brought from growers in dry parchment. It is later milled at Popayán and transported to Caldas to be decaffeinated.

coffee bag size Quantity: 340g
coffee format Format: Roasted Whole Bean
coffee country of origin Origin: Costa Rica
coffee origin type Origin Type: Single Origin
coffee region Region: Popayan region
coffee producer/farm Producer: Small Farmers
coffee variety Variety: Colombia, Caturra, Castillo
caffeine level Caffeine: Decaffeinated
coffee brew method Brew Method: Filter or Espresso
coffee roast levelRoast Level: Medium-Light
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Customer Reviews

Based on 14 reviews
Kelly (Ontario, Canada)

I’ve never been a fan of decaf until I tried this one! Now I can make pourovers in the afternoon and evening. Bought another two bags after the first.

Lucie M. (Quebec, Canada)
So rich and tasty

Love this decaf coffee very rich in flavor ordered more


Eight Ounce has the best collection of Decaf I have ever seen. This one is on my top favorite, which is perfect for afternoon lattes, cold brew and more (or simply wanting to lower down your caffeine intake). Rosso was great!

tian (British Columbia, Canada)
good coffee



My favourite decaf I’ve found since trying to reduce my caffeine intake!

Anonymous (Ontario, Canada)
Tastes Great

Tastes great compared to other decaf I've tried.

Shi C. (Ontario, Canada)
Finally...A Lighter-roasted EA Dacaf!

This might be the best EA-processed decaf you can buy from a Canadian roaster, if you liked a lighter roast level. Usually SWP decafs are roasted really dark, but this is more like a medium roast (maybe even lighter), similar to the medium roast decaf from Detour (which unfortunately they begin roast much darker now) and Regalia's decaf. Brew with paper-filter method is good and smooth but try the metal/cloth filters, the oils are really making this coffee shining through.

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