What is the best decaffeinated coffee that tastes similar to regular coffee?

What is the best decaffeinated coffee that tastes similar to regular coffee?

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  1. The most common decafs are “instants” and they have about as much similarity to the taste of actual coffee as, well, most instants have to the same. In short, not even similar.
    Many roasters and barista shops have a quality decaf available. There’s a debate going on as to whether water vs “chemical” is the most effective, but you can find beans that will give you a taste relatively similar to roasted coffee. Not exact, but then again, no two batches of beans are EXACTLY the same.
    We carried a decent (by decaf drinker standards) decaf – Ethiopian, I believe… but we carried it for the time it took to deplete the bag using it as flavoring for baked stuff because no one here ever asked for decaf. I think it’s a largely American thing but it seems that when they get overseas they don’t care. I literally had ZERO requests for decaf in the few years we ran our cafe.

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  2. All decaf beans taste like coffee. But you are limited to enjoying only a select few beans that have processed to be decaf. For most people that is not a problem, but for us CoffeeSnobs, it would be an issue. I love changing up my coffee….Mexican Chiapas beans this morning, beans from another country in the afternoon. Your local roaster should have 2–3 options for decaf beans though.

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  3. Good morning!
    This question is two-fold, so first off if you’re looking for a decaf process that maintains as much flavour as a regular processed bean, you’re looking for Swiss Water Process decaf. Instead of using chemicals to strip the caffeine, it uses water.
    Second, the taste aspect is largely subjective but if you choose a Swiss Water Process decaf, at that point it’s really about which origin of bean you prefer (South American, African, Indonesian, etc…) and what roast level works best for that origin AND for your taste buds. This part is largely trying a bunch until you find something you like!
    Summary: Swiss Water Process all the way!

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  4. Coffee without caffeine is called as decaffeinated coffee. If the coffee which you are consuming is normal decaffeinated coffee with chicory powder and other taste enhancement thing added then you are not going to notice any difference in the taste of decaffeinated coffee. But if you are taking green coffee which is already decaffeinated and doesn’t contain additional tasting thing then you are not going to get a similar taste to the normal one. If you are looking for healthier option then go for Greenbrrew Green Coffee .

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  5. I suppose this is rather personal and subjective, but in my opinion the standard Nescafé decaff, and the Kenco decaff are quite good. These may or may not be available where the dear reader is situated, but in the UK these work for me.

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