How is the flavor of Sanka compared to other decaf coffees?

How is the flavor of Sanka compared to other decaf coffees?

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  1. Sanka “freeze dried” decaf coffee ☕ leaves you begging for more.
    It has a tendency to taste sour and leave an aftertaste, but don’t let that discourage you from enjoying ☕😋 coffee..
    Coffee ☕ just isn’t the same without that extra jolt 〽️ of caffeine, and when “caffeine” is the enemy and you need to drink it “sans” it’s difficult.
    Sanka in other words tanks for taste, texture, and smoothness. It’s a poor excuse for decaf coffee ☕.

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  2. Sanka
    Sanka is very similar to other decaffeinated coffees. It doesn’t taste exactly like the caffeinated kind, but you won’t be able to tell it’s decaf right away. The major difference between Sanka and other decaffeinated coffees is that this one is caffeine-free by process of reverse osmosis instead of distillation, which most other companies use (Nescafé for example).

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  3. A famous Latin saying is “de gustibus non disputandem est,” or something like that. Basically that means you can’t argue about taste because it’s different for everyone.
    I don’t care for Sanka. I don’t care for any instant coffee, either, but can imagine myself stumbling through the frozen tundra of northernmost Canada and being thankful for a hot cup at some grizzled miner’s cabin.

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  4. Horrible. We sell a single origin specialty grade coffee that is decaffeinated using the superior Swiss water process. The Swiss water process removes caffeine but lets all of the nuances of flavors shine through. We fresh roast and ship the same day. Sanka is not even close.

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  5. Never tasted Sanka to be honest, but from my experience with a friend we tasted different brands of decaf coffee and to my surprise we picked out different flavors from each decafe which is not similar to his taste which he picked but a slight difference. My advise would be try it out yourself and experience.

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  6. I don’t know if it has changed over the years. Sanka was probably the first decaf instant and ground coffee brands. It came out before the “Swiss Water Method” decafs and used to use a chemical process to remove the caffeine. I did try it once or twice way back then. It left a nasty aftertaste. Modern water process decaf is far better. Now, as I noted, I don’t know if Sanka has been brought up-to-date with different processing.

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