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Starbucks Decaf House Blend Whole Bean Coffee is the decaf version of the popular Starbucks House Blend whole bean coffee. Starbucks Decaf House Blend coffee in bags is sold at Starbucks locations as well as all major supermarkets.
If you are trying to limit caffeine but still love coffee, Starbucks Decaf House Blend coffee is a good choice of coffee. I brewed a pot of the decaf House Blend, and it tasted about the same as the regular Starbucks House Blend that I often brew in my coffeemaker. In fact, if I didn’t know that it was decaf, I don’t think I could tell a difference between the regular House Blend and decaf House Blend.
To brew decaf coffee, just use the exact same brewing process as for regular coffee. Grind the coffee beans, put them in a filter of your coffeemaker, fill the coffeemaker with water and press the Start button. For the tips on brewing a great coffee, see how to make a perfect cup of coffee.
Now, remember that decaf coffee is not entirely caffeine free – it just has much less caffeine than regular coffee. How much caffeine is in a cup of decaf Starbucks House Blend coffee? Each cup of decaf coffee contains about 14 milligrams of caffeine. For comparison, a cup of regular caffeinated coffee has about 85 milligrams of caffeine. So regular coffee has 6 times as much caffeine as decaf coffee.
Starbucks Decaf House Blend is a great tasting coffee. It’s not too light (so it doesn’t taste watered down) and it’s not too dark (so it doesn’t taste bitter). The House Blend tastes just right – perfect medium-bodied coffee flavor.