'Swiss Water' recently opened a pop-up cafe that only serves decaffeinated coffee. While many people drink coffee in order to get their daily dose of energy, others would prefer to enjoy a cup of joe without the risk of getting caffeine-induced jitters. This pop-up cafe offers an alternative for those want to enjoy a good cup of coffee without the caffeinated kick.
Swiss Water opened its pop-up cafe on New York's Lower East Side on October 30th. The temporary shop exclusively sells decaffeinated coffee brewed in small batches. The caffeine is removed from the coffee using a chemical-free process, which leaves behind a delicious cup of java. The pop-up shop is intended to showcase Swiss Water coffee and demonstrate that decaffeinated coffee can taste just as good as the caffeinated version.
While some New Yorkers have questioned the need for coffee that doesn't provide an energy boost, the pop-up cafe is perfect for those who prefer hot beverages without caffeine.
This Temporary Cafe Only Serves Decaffeinated Coffee
Katherine Pendrill — November 3, 2015 — Lifestyle
References: swisswater & grubstreet