This is the best decaf coffee we have ever tasted. It doesn’t taste like any regular decaf coffee, thanks to the unique processing method. The coffee cherries first undergo fermentation and are then depulped. The mucilage is saved and utilized for the decaffeination process. Similar to sugar cane EA (ethyl acetate) decaf, instead of using sugar cane, mucilage serves as the agent. After the decaffeination process is complete, the coffee is dried on raised beds for 15 days and stabilized for an additional 20 days before milling.