Peet's new Decaffeinaton Ristretto Espresso Capsules are decaffeinated using the carbon dioxide method. Carbon dioxide makes an ideal solvent for caffeine, making it possible to decaffeinate coffee naturally while retaining the valuable flavors and aroma of the coffee. In the carbon dioxide decaffeination process, green coffee beans are soaked in highly compressed CO2, which extracts the caffeine. The caffeine is then removed from the CO2 using activated carbon filters, which are then reused to extract caffeine from the coffee again.
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- How much caffeine do your Espresso Capsules have?
- Do Peet’s Espresso capsules have a food grade shellac coating on the inside so the coffee grounds don’t actually come in contact with the aluminum?
- Does Peet’s produce capsules that are compatible with Vertuo machines?
- What decaffeination method do you use for Decaf Ristretto Capsules?
- Doesn’t aluminum influence taste or my health?
- Do I need something to make the capsules work in my appliance?
- What is the origin of the coffees?
- Can I get the blends used in your espresso capsules in whole bean form?
- Which capsule is most like the espresso that I get in your stores?
- How much caffeine are in your capsules?