A little bit more about decaf.
My wife and I like to have a cup of coffee (or two) after dinner. This might be OK if we didn't have to get up for work in the morning, but we do. Lying awake at night, thinking "why did I have that last cup of coffee?" sort of took the fun out of it, so we wanted to switch to decaf.
Drinking decaf in the evening sounded like a good idea to both of us, but we'd never bought a decaffeinated coffee in the grocery store (or even at a "specialty" coffee shop) that we thought tasted like coffee. Usually, if we were lucky, they were bland and tasteless. Sometimes they tasted like something that might have been pumped out of the bilge of a ship that had been at sea for too long.
Then we discovered SWISS WATERŪ Process decaf. This is a 100% chemical free coffee decaffeination process that results in great-tasting decaf. While most other processes use chemical solvents like methylene chloride to decaffeinate coffee beans, the SWISS WATERŪ Process uses only water when removing caffeine, producing water processed decaf coffee. (For more information visit that link, which will open up in a new window, and includes an educational video.)
We both agree that SWISS WATERŪ processed coffee looks, smells, and tastes as good as some of our best regular coffees. If you've been wanting to cut down on your caffeine intake but didn't like the taste of any decaf you've tried before, give one of ours a try.