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With the CO2 process, pre-steamed beans are soaked in a liquid bath of carbon dioxide at 73 to 300 atmospheres. After a thorough soaking, the pressure is reduced allowing the CO2 to evaporate, or the pressurized CO2 is run through either water or charcoal filters to remove the caffeine. The carbon dioxide is then used on another batch of beans. This same process can also be done with oxygen (O2). These liquids work better than water because they are kept in supercritical state near the transition from liquid to gas so that they have the high diffusion of gas and the high density of a liquid.
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The percentage of caffeine removed by natural decaf coffee can vary depending on the specific coffee and the method used to remove the caffeine. However, in general, natural decaf coffee can remove around 97% of the caffeine from the beans. This means that an 8oz cup of natural decaf coffee will contain only about 3% of the caffeine found in a regular cup of coffee made from the same beans. So, if a regular cup of coffee contains around 95 mg of caffeine, an 8oz cup of natural decaf coffee made from the same beans will contain around 3 mg of caffeine.

We roast to a light to medium, but decaffeinated coffee tens to look darker.
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