Whittard Decaffeinated Colombian Coffee Reviews
Description:Type: Decaffeinated Coffee / A light French roast gives this decaffeinated Colombian good strength and enough character to be noticed. Pleasantly full-bodied, without becoming too dark and overpowering.
Newest Review: ... we opted for decaffeinated coffee. The best one that we have found so far is the Whittard Decaffeinated Colombian Coffee. ... more
by - written on 27/10/01, updated on 27/10/01 (Very useful, 70 readings)
Earlier this year we spent a week in Edinburgh and during our stay, on one day we were served a really pleasant cup of coffee from a cafeteria. At that time we did not have a cafeteria, but on our return we decided to buy one and since then our search has been on for a decent coffee to use in it. (We really wished that we had asked at the coffee shop which coffee they used). We must have now tried over a dozen different coffees and at last we have found one that really does suit our taste buds. Obviously the appeal of different coffees is a personal taste, but we like to have one that has that really has a good coffee aroma, without being too strong and does not ... Read the complete review
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