You Can Finally Pirate Your Coffee, AND Sleep.

Decaf?! What the H?

Sometimes, it's late in the day and you need a warm cup of coffee to relax. Sometimes, it's late in the day and you're pregnant. Sometimes, it's late in the day, and you hate living life dangerously. Sometimes, it's late in the day and you love the taste of coffee, but don't quite jive with the jump from the java. What you're about to read is going to make you jump for decaffeinated joy.

  ring. Amirite?                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

 We're launching decaf!

Comes with a matching Corvette! (you just can't see it. or drive it.)

Our Decaf Caveman Coffee is the same quality you have enjoyed from us, but with considerably less buzz (caffeine-buzz, not hype-buzz...because there will be plenty of that). Speaking of quality, our decaf beans are decaffeinated using the Swiss Water Process, which is 100% synthetic chemical free, and removes 99.9% of the caffeine from coffee. Swiss Water is the gold standard of the decaf process. It's like the Cadillac of decaf. It is the Rolex of decaf. It is like the Le Creuset of decaf. It is like the G6 of decaf.

The Swiss Water Process (TM) starts with the green beans, and uses water to draw the caffeine out of unroasted coffee. It's kinda simple, but kinda sciencey at the same time. Check this out for the sciencey explanation, if you're into that sort of thing.

We're excited to share this new addition with you. But our excitement is mellow, reserved, calm and collected. Because we just drank a bunch of decaf.

Ready for Caveman, after dark? Here's where you can check out the tasting notes, and grab some. #redbag


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