This medium roast decaffeinated whole bean coffee is a warm and inviting blend of butterscotch, caramel and hazelnut flavoring. Many people have told us they have stopped using creamer and sugar in their coffee after discovering the rich flavor of Mississippi Grogg®, our most popular flavored coffee. This water process decaf blend utilizes our highest-grade specialty decaf beans which are naturally decaffeinated via the Swiss Water® Process. This ensures a full-bodied flavor without the chemical aftertaste common to most decaf coffees. Although more costly than alternative procedures, our natural decaf process ensures the same quality, taste, and aroma that you expect from fully-caffeinated Verena Street varieties. Read more about our decaffeination process on our blog.
Most flavored coffees utilize cheap and unremarkable coffee beans masked by potent flavoring additives, assuming that flavored coffee drinkers do not want to taste any actual coffee in their coffee! We take a different approach by utilizing the highest grade premium Arabica coffee beans you will find in a flavored coffee. Many customers have touted our flavored coffees as being one-of-a-kind with a strong and charismatic flavor that is not too sweet or overpowering. Some fans have even told us they are not a "flavored coffee drinker" but they enjoy our flavored coffee due to its nicely balanced flavor and aroma that is not overbearing or overly sweet.
- Kosher Certified by the Orthodox Union, the world's most recognized and trusted Kosher certification.
- SUSTAINABLY SOURCED from 100% RAINFOREST ALLIANCE CERTIFIED™ coffee farms = fairly traded and sustainably grown to benefit and protect farm families, wildlife and the environment.
About Mississippi Grogg®
The Mississippi River is the largest river system in North America at over 2,000 miles long. It provides partial borders for 10 states including Iowa, Illinois, and Wisconsin and extends from Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico. Throughout history, the Mississippi River has been a crucial route of navigation through the center of North America. Beginning in the 19th century, dams were constructed on the river to facilitate a constant flow of barge traffic connecting the Mississippi Basin to the Gulf Coast. Aside from its rich history of Americana, the Mississippi today hosts everything from barges to jet skis to yachts and serves many purposes for the communities it touches.