We are the only coffee merchants in the USA to offer full DeCaf coffee with premium high-altitude Robusta from Dalat, Vietnam. This is an extraordinary blend of Vietnamese Arabica decaf beans in a medium-dark roast, with the signature chocolatey, buttery taste profile of Cafe Sua Da.
Sourced through our partners in Dalat, these beans are premium quality, 100% direct trade, all-ripe beans with a smooth, low acidity. Our taste testers really could not determine which samples were decaf!
8 ounce bags, please choose drip grind or whole bean. The drip grind is perfectly sized for Phin and French Press Brewing, and works well in drip machines. 98% caffeine-free.
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Best caffeinated coffee substitute
As I get older, I can no longer drink all that caffeine, this is a great replacement for Trung Nguyen Creative.
Posted by Joe Justesen on Sep 8th 2021
Saigon Blend Decaf FOREVER!
Alas, I can no longer drink coffee with caffeine--or tea. My daughter gave me Saigon Blend Decaf as a holiday gift. From now on, this is 'my' coffee. The taste, the aroma, all of it is perfect. Thanks for selling it.
Posted by ghctenmile on Jan 28th 2021
best decaf ever!
I love the chocolate notes and deep robust flavor. I used to buy Illy decaf--no longer!
Posted by Jennifer on Nov 21st 2020
I drink a fair amount of decaf coffee due to health reasons, and it's difficult to find decaf that is really tasty. This coffee has great chocolatey undertones. I sometimes use it to cut caffeinated coffees I love to reduce my caffeine intake and it works well for that, too. I would definitely recommend for decaf drinkers or for a great second cup of day.
Posted by T.R. on Nov 4th 2020
Fabulous for Vietnames iced coffee
Do you know how difficult it is to find decaf Vietnamese coffee? I had such superb ice Vietnamese coffee in Vietnam in 2017, never able to reproduce it here until I tried the Saigon Blend Decaf, and followed the instructions. Rich, intense, smooth...so delicious. My husband and I look forward to it every day.
Posted by Vivian O. on Sep 9th 2020
Finally! A Decaf Option
We have loved Vietnamese coffee ever since traveling to Vietnam a few years ago. While some restaurants make an attempt, the result never tastes authentic. We’ve learned to make our own Vietnamese cups of coffee at home, but the caffeine was an issue. Finally, we have discovered this decaf ground coffee. What a delight! The result is a delicious and authentic Vietnamese coffee without the extra caffeine buzz. We couldn’t be happier.
Posted by Susanne F. on Aug 6th 2020
Best decaf coffee!
As a young person who cannot have caffeine, it’s been a struggle to find delicious, caffeine free coffee. But Len’s Coffee is amazing!! Highly recommend.
Posted by Cameron on Jul 29th 2020
This has become my husband and my favorite morning coffee. We drink decaf and it's hard to find a good one that appeals to both of us. This one does it. It has the rich full flavor my spouse goes for and the delicate array of aromas that appeals to me. I grind it on regular drip setting using about 1 TBS for each 5 oz., plus one "for the pot." Then brew in my basic Mr. Coffee. The only problem is stopping after my second cup.
Posted by Cameron Sacarny on May 9th 2020
Another Great DeCaf/Low Caffeine Choice
I was spoiled on Passiona when it is was available, and was glad to see Len's offer the Saigon Amorata that I have been drinking for the past two years. I thought I would try this Saigon Blend DeCaf just for a change. Glad I did! This is an excellent tasting smooth coffee and ranks right up there with Amorata. Now I have at least two great DeCaf/Low Caffeine choices. [I will be trying the American Blend next.]
Posted by Ed on May 7th 2020
Best Decaf coffee I've ever had. The smell is fabulous. No bitterness. I love this hard to find coffee.
Posted by Unknown on Mar 27th 2020
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