DeCaf and Low Caffeine coffees are increasingly in demand, as more people want to drink more coffee and want the taste and health benefits but not the caffeine. Most coffee producers don't spend time creating gourmet DeCaf and Half Caff offerings. We do! This is DeCaf without compromise! We promise you can serve this to guests and they will have no clue it isn't a premium regular caffeinated coffee.
We blend all-natural Sugarcane Process Mexican Esmeralda Arabica with Colombian Supremo DeCaf that have wonderful taste profiles with butter and chocolate and caramel tones, in an optimal roast level that maximizes the broad taste profile of these coffees.
Be sure to have a wonderful decaf for holiday guests that would love to enjoy some coffee in the evening with your favorite dessert. 97% caffeine free and 100% full of flavor!
8 oz bag, please choose drip grind or whole bean. All natural, vegan.
The CSR person didn't understand that I was given a bag of Saigon decaf FOR FREE on my last order of water process American decaf (very good as always) I gave the bag of Saigon coffee to a friend as a gift and got another order that I didn't ask for. That was not what I asked for.
Len's note: We're sorry for the error but we always want happy customers. If you got free coffee, please enjoy it. No problem!
Posted by Mark on Oct 13th 2023
Great flavor AND decaf
Robust dark flavor without tasting burnt
Posted by Michael on Jul 29th 2021
Pleasant and Flavorful
I am so glad that Len's has several excellent decaf/low caffeine choices, and this is another one. Pleasant tasting and nice flavor.
Posted by Ed on May 28th 2020
Wonderful coffee. You can never tell it's decaf!
Posted by Tatyana on May 1st 2020
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The Araku Valley of India
India's coffee tradition goes back 400 years or more, when a variety called Kent was first established in the Southern Hills. Arabicas predominated until the blight of 1870, when growers needed to hybridize to resistant varieties. The resultant strains had genes from Liberica and other unique, resistant species. Learn more and browse India's Araku Valley coffees here.