decaff


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decaff

(ˈdiːkæf) or

decaf

n
(Cookery) decaffeinated coffee
adj
(Cookery) decaffeinated
Translations

decaff

decaf [ˈdiːkæf] ndéca m
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People feel very strongly about the heresy of decaff in New York, although surely it insults the point of retail even more.
So we went decaff or followed my mate's Grandad's advice that coffee was for lasses and Americans with proper blokes only drinking tea like the stuff he had brewed up in the desert, over a jerry can of petrol-soaked sand.
We settled down with a latte (PS2) and a decaff American (PS2) and when the dessert came, dug in with gusto.
The DECAFF study built on innovative work from CARMA, which invented the technology enabling heart tissue imaging with MRI.
But since caffeine does not benefit your baby and you can switch to decaff anyway, you might choose to lay off the stuff for nine months.
But usually I just have a cup of decaff coffee with one sweetener and then I'm fine.
SFDA warned consumers, restaurants, food outlets and factories not to use the range's 100 gram jars, which includes Alta Rica, Alta Rica Decaff, Cap Colombie, Suraya and Espresso, as they are susceptible to break during shipment and delivery.
The brands are Alta Rica, Alta Rica Decaff, Cap Colombie, Suraya and Espresso, all in 100-gr.
iShot is available in two ranges: All Day (Original) and Decaff (Acai Berry).