Peixoto

Sugarcane Decaf

$19.95  per bag

Sweet & Tart

Medium Single Origins Decaf

A bright citrus acidity and dense molasses sweetness provide plenty of flavor without the caffeine.

Flavor Profile

Roast Level

Medium

Tasting Notes

Citrus

Spice

Brown Sugar

Origin

Country Of Origin

Colombia

Sub Region

La Celia, Risaralda

Process

Washed
About the Roaster

Peixoto Coffee doesn’t just buy coffee directly, transparently, and sustainably, they are the farmers who grow it, too! Owner Julia Peixoto, who was born and raised in a coffee farming-family in Southern Brazil, wanted to do better for her family and farmers in her region. She and her husband, Jeff Peters, left their corporate careers in 2015 to found Peixoto in Chandler, Arizona, where they produce, import, roast, and share the stories of their family’s coffee.

Location

Chandler, AZ

Fun Fact

The Peixoto (pronounced “pay-show-tow”) family has been farming coffee for at least four generations — since the turn of the nineteenth century.

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About the Roaster

Julia Peixoto Peters and Jeff Peters
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About the Roaster

Peixoto

Chandler, AZ

Peixoto Coffee doesn’t just buy coffee directly, transparently, and sustainably, they are the farmers who grow it, too! Owner Julia Peixoto, who was born and raised in a coffee farming-family in Southern Brazil, wanted to do better for her family and farmers in her region. She and her husband, Jeff Peters, left their corporate careers in 2015 to found Peixoto in Chandler, Arizona, where they produce, import, roast, and share the stories of their family’s coffee.
Fun Fact
The Peixoto (pronounced “pay-show-tow”) family has been farming coffee for at least four generations — since the turn of the nineteenth century.