What Is Decaf Coffee? Decaf coffee is the removal of caffeine from coffee beans, tea leaves, and other caffeine-containing materials. However, decaf doesn't mean caffeine-free. Drinks still may contain around 1-2% of caffeine, even ranging up to 20% in a cup of coffee. According to the Coffee Confidential Website, FDA regulations require 97% of original caffeine to be removed in order for it to be officially labeled as decaffeinated coffee. Why do people switch to decaf? Decaf instead of regular can be beneficial in many ways. Decaf helps people who are sensitive to caffeine, who are pregnant, nursing, or have...
Each year, the Specialty Coffee Association works tirelessly to piece together the perfect event, the Specialty Coffee Expo, which was created to provide industry professionals with the networking, tools, and education necessary to succeed. FRC owner and founder Andrew Oakes is always excited to go.
The Chemex is an iconic pour-over coffee brewer touted for its delicious, smooth cups and unmistakable, sleek look. Invented in 1941 by Peter Schlumbohm, the Chemex has achieved superstardom, making its way onto kitchen counters and into cafés all over the world. Here's how you use it.