GEVALIA Decaffeinated Espresso
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- This package includes 16 T DISCS of decaffeinated Gevalia Espresso, which you can use alone or with the separately sold milk creamer T DISCS
- Makes an 3 fl oz cup of espresso
How to Make It
- Place a (3 fl oz) mug on the stand for a regular decaf espresso.
- Insert the Gevalia® Decaffeinated Espresso T DISC into the brewer; when the green Auto light comes on, press the button to start your coffee.
- Allow your mug to fill, and take a sip of this lovely coffee.
About the TASSIMO System
ENJOY GLOBAL VARIETY. The TASSIMO Home Brewing System by Bosch makes one perfect cup at a time with the ease of T DISC technology. T DISCs are filled with fresh coffee or espresso grounds, tea leaves or milk creamer (which the system froths for the perfect cappuccino or latte). Slip in your favorite T DISC and in just about a minute, your brewer makes coffee (iced or hot), tea, cappuccino, latte, crema, mocha, espresso or hot chocolate just to your liking.
ASK FOR THE BARCODE. Each T DISC uses a special barcode that tells your brewer exactly what to do: the size of the drink, the amount of water required, its optimal temperature, and how long to brew it. It's like the know-how of a seasoned barista right at home. All the brewing happens inside the T DISC, keeping the machine clean and ready to use. You can also manually control the strength of your drink with the press of a button.
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Also if you are brewing a regular cup of coffee and you want it stronger, all you do is press the button while it is brewing (on the 1st. green light at the top) and it will stop adding the water. Enjoy!
The Natural Carbonation Process (Supercritical Carbon Dioxide)
Gevalia uses the supercritical carbon dioxide decaffeination process. Green coffee beans are exposed to carbon dioxide at high pressure and an elevated temperature for a determined period of time to remove most of the coffee’s caffeine. The pressure is then reduced and the coffee (decaffeinated green coffee) is ready for further processing -- roasting and grinding. There are no additional chemicals used
Decaffeinated coffees contain no more than 0.1% caffeine in the finished coffee, which results in a consumer intake of 2-3 mg of caffeine per 6 oz. serving