Decaf Coffee Subscription


Just like our other rolling subscriptions—minus the caffeine. Get 250g decaf coffee at a frequency of your choosing. It is easy to skip a delivery or cancel at any time. You can easily manage your subscription right from our website, ensuring you get the coffee you need when you need it.

We don't grind coffee for rolling subscriptions because we feel strongly that you'll enjoy your coffee more if you grind it fresh. When you sign up you'll receive an email with an offer code for a 20% discount if you order a Baratza Encore grinder on our site. That's £25 off one of the best home grinders on the market, and better coffee from now on.

Our current Decaf:

Mexico Sierra Sur

Region: Sierra Sur, Oaxaca
Altitude:  1650-1800 masl
Variety: Typica
Processing: washed, mountain water decaf
Tasting notes: overall sweet and full bodied with notes of marzipan and toasted almond, brown sugar, malt and vanilla custard

Steampunk has been roasting sugarcane decaf grown in Colombia for a few years now, but we’ve decided to switch things up and try one grown in a different origin and processed in a different way. We tried a few different ones and were delighted to find this water mountain decaf grown in southern Mexico. It’s overall sweet and full bodied with tasting notes of marzipan and toasted almond, brown sugar, malt and vanilla custard. It had us thinking about Christmas cake in July. Perfect for that 4pm slump when it’s a bad idea to caffeinate your brain!

This coffee is produced by a group of smallholders from San Augustin Loxicha in Oaxaca, southern Mexico. It was decaffeinated at a Mountain Water decaf facility in Veracruz, north east of the region where it was grown. For the processing, the station uses mineral water from Mexico’s highest peak, the Pico de Orizaba, or Citlaltépetl, which sits at 5,636 m.a.s.l. The process is chemical-free, immersing the green beans in a high pressure filtration system which gradually removes the caffeine. Once complete, the beans are re-dried and packed for export. The mountain water decaffeination process is similar to the CO2 or sparkling water process, and uses CO2 as the solvent to remove the caffeine from the green coffee extract.

A note about packaging

The pouch your subscription comes in is fully home compostable. The subscriptions are shipped in Enviroflute envelopes which are lightweight and fully recyclable

Are you storing your coffee correctly? Find out more here.

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