Enjoy delicious coffee, without caffeine
The process of decaffeination was first discovered in the early 20th century, since then however methods have evolved and now there are various techniques to extract the caffeine from a coffee bean.
In the right doses, caffeine acts as a stimulant, helps reduce fatigue and keeps you alert. But
Decaffeinated coffee is ideal to have late at night or even if you have a slight insensitivity towards caffeine.
In CoffeeClick, we offer the following range of decaffeinated coffee:
- • Lavazza A Modo Mio Dek Cremoso Capsules
- • Lavazza Decaffeinated Beans
- • Caffè Molinari iT Espresso Capsules
- • Caffè Molinari Cinque Stelle Decaffeinated Ground Coffee
How much caffeine should we have per day?
Scientists agree that the recommended daily dose of caffeine amounts to 2-3mg per pound of body weight, which means that a man weighing 155lb can take in 315mg. The Coffee and Health website generally refers to 400mg – or the equivalent of up to 5 cups of coffee per day – as a moderate caffeine consumption. To give you an idea of what that means in terms of dosage, an espresso or cup of coffee made in a moka pot can contain between 35 and 100mg of caffeine, while a cappuccino contains 70-80mg. Decaffeination is achieved by completely removing the caffeine from the coffee bean before it is roasted. As required by law, the maximum residual caffeine in green coffee must not exceed 0.1% to be considered decaf. (Source: www.lavazza.co.uk)