Town Blend, Decaffeinated

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*  Tasting notes: molasses, dark chocolate, cedar


We’re not saying the town of Nantucket is over caffeinated…

On the contrary, we find Town to be approachable, fun, diverse, and lively. Everything tends to start with being in Town, and this selection fits right into that mindset.
This medium roast Sumatran decaf produces a medium body coffee with average sweetness and low acidity.
  • The perfect blend of our select beans
  • Fair Trade certified
  • Organic
  • 12 oz resealable compostable bags
  • Shipped fresh roasted

* Tasting notes do not mean the coffee is flavored. Tasting notes for all coffees can be very subtle and dependent on the way the coffee is brewed.


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Your journey to the island began at ACK, but your exit is by water. A day with friends at the shops, sampling local confections, and enjoying the best local restaurants can provide leave you more relaxed than when you arrived, and looking forward to when you’ll return. Our Town selection is just like that, but it’s coffee


Region details
The 6th largest coffee producing region worldwide, Honduras produced about 860M pounds of coffee in 2020.
It’s believed that coffee was first introduced to Honduras by European traders sometime in the late 18th century. Records show that by the mid-19th century, farms had been established and coffee was grown on a small scale.
Honduras has many of the climatic and geographic conditions necessary to produce high quality coffee. However, because it lacked the infrastructure benefiting other coffee growing countries in the region, Honduras historically struggled to produce specialty coffee on par with its neighbors. For years, this meant the majority of the country’s coffee was relegated to commercial grade blending.
In recent years, Honduras has emerged as one of world’s the most important coffee origins. and is now 7th largest in the world. The coffee world has taken notice of the excellent quality found in Honduras as well.
Coffee beans from this country are wet-processed before they are graded based on their quality. This grade takes into account the growing altitude:
  • Strictly High Grown - grown 1350 meters above sea level
  • High Grown - grown 1200-1350 meters above sea level
  • Central Standard - grown below 1200 meters above sea level
Coffee beans grown at higher altitude are typically considered to have better taste and quality. Higher altitude temperatures are usually cooler and this allows for a slower maturation process. The slower cycle gives the sugars more time to develop, producing richer and deeper flavors.


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A unique medium roast medium body decaf
Sumatran blend with average
sweetness and low acidity
From $11.86  per bag

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