PREMIUM COFFEE (WHOLE BEAN)
ROAST LEVEL : MEDIUM DARK (Full City)
7oz (200g NET)
DAYES brand Enzyme Coffee is crafted from a high quality blend of coffee beans that are fermented through a complex enzyme enrichment process to reduce caffeine, which removes the bitter taste while simultaneously improving the flavor of the coffee. Our coffee beans are selected by a coffee roasting specialist for only the best in quality and taste. DAYES brand low-caffeine enzyme enriched coffee always provides you with gourmet quality coffee that will leave you satisfied.
Introducing DAYES Coffee
Combining the words Day and Yes, DAYES was born with the hopes of making people’s start of the day positive with its healthy coffee. DAYES’s logo symbolizes extracting the healthful benefits from the coffee bean into a coffee cup.
Enzyme Fermented Coffee is a specialty coffee that boasts smooth taste, deep aroma, and numerous health benefits. Produced with the highest coffee beans using Japanese complex enzyme fermentation biotechnologies, it is truly the top tier fermented coffee.
DAYES Coffee has always emphasized that all foods we consume must be healthy, safe, and produced in a hygienic environment. DAYES also believes that its enzyme fermented coffee must taste as good as the coffee we all know and love.
Net Weight : 200g/7 oz
Ingredient : 100% Arabica Premium Coffee Bean
Origin: Brazil Mogiana, Colombia Supremo, and Guatemala Antigua
Storage : Avoid sunlight and keep in a cool, sealed place
Quality date : 24 months from Roasting date
loved the coffee
Smooth, not bitter, easy on the stomach!
It was ok, low on caffeine, nothing memorable about the coffee.
Many years ago I learned about ultra expensive “naturally fermented” coffee and was sure it could not be worth the cost. When I learned that Dayes had found a method for fermenting the coffee at a lower cost, I thought it was worth trying. My first concern was when I found they did not offer a dark roast. But I was still curious enough to pay more than twice the cost of my usual gourmet coffee just to find out why fermented coffee was such a fad. The small bag arrived quickly. I ground some, brewed a cup, and tasted it. For such a touted product, it was disappointingly tasteless. I nearly threw the whole bag in the trash. But I do not believe in waste, so I calculated that it was only two week’s worth of coffee and I could put up with it for two weeks. After I became more accustomed to the taste, I realized it was no worse than what they serve at Sunday School.
Maybe if Dayes offered a dark roast, it would have more flavor.
I am sorry to say. Your coffee was not for me. I was hoping it would work as I love coffee and my stomach is very sensitive. I am sure it's a great coffee, but just not for me and my stomach.