This is a guest post by Idecaf Coffee Co.
For those who are sensitive to caffeine and just love the taste of coffee or plan on going to bed soon, decaf coffee is a must.
Caffeine sensitivity comes in several forms. Some may get alarmingly anxious, an upset stomach or for those with sensitive hearts, an increase in heart-related problems like heart palpitations.
While many lament about the taste of decaf coffee never being the same as regular coffee, they probably have not heard of Idecaf Coffee Co.
Idecaf Coffee Co. is the first artisan decaf coffee brewer specializing solely in decaf coffee. All of our beans are sourced from sustainably grown coffee plantations around the world. Our hand-selected beans come all the way from South America, Africa, and Asia. We offer a wide selection of both regular decaf and flavored decaf.
Amongst our more popular flavored coffees are the Dark Chocolate, Chocolate Raspberry, and Maple Bacon coffee. Each batch of this specialty decaf coffee is freshly roasted before being shipped to our customers.
For regular decaf coffee, we have the Espresso Verdi which is perfect for that cup of decaf espresso you long for without the caffeine. Our Ethiopian Longberry features the finest beans from Africa. And the Organic Peru Swiss Water is made from truly organically grown Peruvian coffee beans.
What truly sets our decaf coffee apart is the fact that we only use premium beans cultivated just the right way and our patented decaffeination process gives our coffee the amazing taste and aroma that most decaf coffees lack today.
Our decaffeination process is also totally safe and free of harmful chemicals common amongst other decaf coffee roasters.
While decaf coffee does get additional processing, the antioxidants and essential amino acids found in decaf coffee is just about on par with the levels found in regular coffee, just without the caffeine.
Drinking decaf is also an excellent way to prevent consuming too much caffeine. While everyone’s caffeine tolerance is different, the FDA suggests that 400 milligrams a day is perfectly safe, unless the drinker has a preexisting issue like heart concerns.
The amount of caffeine in a lethal dose, while depending on the individual’s tolerances, can be between 5-10 grams. While chances of consuming a lethal dose are extremely slim, especially by accident, consuming an amount of caffeine that your body isn’t able to handle can happen easily.
Effects of drinking too much caffeine include: a fast heartbeat, nervousness, stomach pain, sweating, dilated blood vessels, being jittery, losing focus and the lack of focusing, and even feeling physically sick.
So for those who are caffeine intolerant, the next time you long for a good cup of coffee, look no further. Sit back, relax, brew and sip that decaf from Idecaf Coffee Co. We deliver the truly satisfying decaf blend that satisfies your taste buds. Try Idecaf Coffee Co’s selection and be pleasantly surprised.
Decaf will never be the same again! To get your decaf coffee, go to Idecaf Coffee Co.
Note from the editor: The espresso verdi is what we recommend if you are a purist.