Decaf coffee is just like regular coffee, except most of the caffeine has been removed. The Swiss Water method washes the bulk coffee beans until the caffeine has been extracted. When the caffeine is removed, the coffee beans become decaf coffee beans. The Swiss Water method removes most of the caffeine while keeping the wholesale coffee bean’s flavor oils intact.
Decaffeinated coffee is also known as decaf coffee. Decaf coffee comes from bulk coffee beans that have had approximately 97% of their caffeine removed. There are several ways to remove the caffeine from wholesale coffee beans. The most common methods use water, solvents, or carbon dioxide.
In the Swiss Water method, unroasted coffee beans are washed in water until almost all of the caffeine has been removed. This decaffeination method does not use any chemicals to remove the caffeine. After the caffeine is extracted, the coffee beans are considered to be decaf coffee beans. The amount of caffeine will vary between different coffee beans. A cup of decaf coffee contains anywhere from 0-7 mg of caffeine, and a cup of regular coffee contains between 70-140 mg of caffeine.
When you buy coffee beans in bulk from Java Bean Plus, you know that your bulk decaf coffee beans wholesale are always decaffeinated before roasting. After the caffeine is removed from the decaf whole bean coffee, the next step is roasting the decaf coffee beans.
Java Bean Plus provides the highest quality bulk decaf coffee beans at wholesale pricing. If you are not satisfied with your purchase, contact our customer service team. For the best decaf roasted and unroasted wholesale decaf coffee beans, no one beats buying bulk coffee from Java Bean Plus!