Jejes Coffee is versatile and good for any coffee-making method, but we specifically recommend the following methods:
Pour-over, Auto-drip (Coffee Maker), Espresso
2 tablespoons, 12g, 0.5oz per 1 cup (8oz)
There's a certain country that comes into any coffee lover's mind when they think of... well, coffee itself, and that's Brazil. The country exports around 33% of the world's total coffee supply, meaning that the coffee you drink has a good chance to be brewed from Brazilian coffee beans.
When we were looking for new coffee beans to brew a new decaf coffee from, we looked around for a while before coming across the Brazil Mountain Water Decaf coffee beans. (That's a mouthful!)
Out of all the decaf beans that exist across Brazil, this one stood out to us immediately for not just its taste, but also where it came from. Mountain Water beans are harvested from a state known as Minas Gerais, which is world-renowned for being one of the most prolific coffee-producing areas in Brazil.
Within this state lies a region called Cerrado, where many specialty coffee beans are grown. After these beans are harvested, they're sent to Mexico, where they are decaffeinated by being soaked in pure water from the highest mountain in the region.
This produces a decaf coffee bean that loses none of its chocolaty and nutty flavors, even preserving the hint of spice that many decaf coffee beans lack. The smooth texture, the distinct taste, the fact that it tastes just as good (if not better) as a regular coffee - this coffee bean is a stand-out among stand-outs.
CHOCOLATE, NUTTY, SWEET
ELEVATION: 1200 MASL.
PROCESS2: MOUNTAIN WATER/HANDPICKED
NET WT. 12OZ | 340G