Milk Chocolate & Coconut Decaf Brazil


A lovely coffee with lovely milk chocolate notes and a subtle background note of coconut, almost makes me want to wear a bikini and bask under a palm tree!

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Origin: Brazil

Roast: Dark

Suitable for: All brew methods

Varietal: Catuai. Bourbon. 

Decaf Process:  Methylene chloride

Milk chocolate and coconut, well balanced and easy drinking.

These MC decaffeinated coffee beans are a blend of 100% Brazilian Santos Arabica coffee beans, the varietals are Bourbon & Catuai, grown at an altitude of approx. 950m, and the roast profile is dark. 

How it Tastes

This is a lovely Brazilian coffee, really enjoyable to drink, and oh yeah, it’s a decaf. This isn’t a coffee you’ll drink only because it’s decaf, it tastes great!

If you’re not a bounty fan ;-), don’t be too put off by the coconut taste notes, it’s a subtle background note, and you might not even pick it up, the main note for me is milk chocolate.

Brazilian smallholder farms from Minas Gerais

This decaf is made using a blend of 100% Arabica (Bourbon & Catuai) from smallholder farms within the Minas Gerais region of Brazil.

The decaffeination process for this one is the MC method, methylene-chloride, in which 97% of caffeine is removed (not the same 99.9% caffeine removal as with our Swiss Water decaffeinated chocolate & caramel decaf peru).

While in an ideal world we'd prefer to only offer water-processed decaf, we don't believe that this process poses any risk whatsoever, or we wouldn't offer them.

Methylene chloride is not considered a health risk at under 10 parts per million, and in green, unroasted beans that have been decaffeinated in this way, the residual amount of MC remaining is under 1 part per million.

Where common sense comes into it though is that methylene chloride is very heat reactive, and it evaporates at just 40 degrees Celcius, so even if there is a tiny amount of residual solvent within the green beans, it's likely to evaporate during the high temperatures of roasting.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
Mike H.
Decaf or not?. Brazil Decaf.

I bought this coffee for some guests at a dinner party & although I don’t drink it myself I found it quite delicious, well rounded & flavourful. I did have to re tweak my grinder settings even though it was a dark roast but the resulting yield was fine. All in all it is what it says on the tin, I mean bag👍

Harmeet G.l.
Great tasting and excellent customer service

Great tasting - little more stronger but I'm liking the stronger taste.

I ordered these last week, and the grind level was not great as my coffee machine could not push the water out through the coffee, but after getting in contact with Coffeeworks, they quickly changed the grind level and sent me a new pack. - this is excellent customer service and it made me happy as I can now enjoy my coffee fully.


Jensen Z.

Milk Chocolate & Coconut Decaf Brazil

Sarah M.
Gorgeous, Rich and Smooth

I think this is probably the very best decaffeinated coffee I've ever tasted. Although CWorks' Milk Chocolate and Caramel Decaf is also deliciously fabulous. Indeed, I cannot decide which is my absolute favourite. I would say this one is a slightly darker and richer flavour and therefore less milk chocolate and more dark. In spite of that, it has no bitterness at all and is ultra-smooth. It makes the most delicious cappuccino. So impressed was I that I decided to try it in my cafetiere for my morning coffee. I usually buy premium supermarket beans for this but recently, the flavour has become acidic and actually not pleasant to drink. I ground some beans coarser for the cafetiere and was blown-away by the flavour of the coffee. I can never return to supermarket beans and the Milk chocolate and Coconut Brazil decaf is now used for both cafetiere and cappuccino coffee full-time. I've had to increase my subscription order. I don't mind the slight increase in caffeine content compared to the Swiss Water Decaf, nor do I mind that it is chemically decaffeinated, surprisingly. That's how good the flavour is. I cannot detect the coconut personally, but I wouldn't mind if I could as I love coconut. Whatever the nuances of flavour, they all combine to make a really wonderful cup of coffee, however it is made. I now have two fabulous decaffs to choose from and will alternate them to keep my palate fresh. Thank you Coffee Works!

Mike W.
This is good

A very pleasant coffee and for me, a great improvement on most decaf I've tried over the years. Another bean recommendation from the invaluable list of those suitable for bean to cup machines. A good example of the informative and practical content available on The Coffeeworks website.

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