1 June, 2018

Win Speciality Coffees From Bird & Wild And Decadent Decaf

We are a nation fuelled by coffee and, whether you like yours caffeinated or decaffeinated, there has never been so much choice to enjoy.  I’ve discovered two great brands offering speciality coffees to suit every taste and, with Father’s Day just around the corner on Sunday 17 June, why not enter my giveaway to win over £30 worth of great coffee for a better class of brew?

speciality coffees - milk being poured into a coffee

Bird & Wild Coffee

Bird & Wild coffee is Fairtrade, Organic, Bird Friendly and Shade Grown. As the RSPB’s official coffee, 6% of all sales are donated back to them to help them to protect wildlife, restore our woodlands and build a future where we live in harmony with nature.

speciality coffees - Bird & Wild Coffee Range

Bird & Wild coffee comes in two delicious flavours.  The Seasonal Blend is medium roasted for a smooth coffee with dark chocolate tones, balanced acidity and bright floral aromas. The medium dark Espresso Blend is expertly roasted to produce a well-balanced tang of cocoa and fruit within a dark, creamy body that makes it ideal for espresso and milky drinks.

In case you’re wondering, Bird Friendly Certification guarantees that every bean is produced organically and under high-quality shade, ensuring tropical ‘agroforests’ are preserved and migratory birds find a healthy haven when they travel from northern climes to faraway farms producing the beans.

Shade Grown Coffee sees a return to traditional coffee farming. A canopy of assorted types of shade trees is created to cultivate shade-grown coffee, which incorporates principles of natural ecology to promote natural ecological relationships.

Every cup of Bird Friendly coffee you drink encourages more farmers to grow in the shade, which is good for birds and for people.

Bird & Wild coffees come in Seasonal Blend Medium Roast, Fairtrade, Organic Beans and Ground 200g – £4.99 and Signature Espresso Blend, Fairtrade, Organic Beans and Ground 200g – £4.99.

 You can find them online at birdandwild.co.uk, Ocado and Amazon.


speciality coffees - hands holding coffee beans

Decadent Decaf

Decadent Decaf is the world’s first decaf coffee brand that only ever does decaf. With the largest range of decaffeinated coffees in the world, you’ll find six flavours available all year round.

They only ever use the Swiss Water Decaf Process to create our decaffeinated coffee, which uses water to decaffeinate the beans. This method is chemical-free (most decaf is made using chemical solvents), environmentally friendly, leaves the coffee 99.9% caffeine-free and preserves the unique taste of each blend.

speciality coffees - Decadent Decaf range of coffees

In fact, in 2017, Decadent Decaf won three Great Taste Awards – the world’s largest and most trusted fully independent food and drink awards. They awarded three Great Taste Awards to:

The current selection of single origin Swiss Water Decaf process decaffeinated coffees is available in whole bean, cafetiere/filter grind, espresso/aeropress grind or, as a raw green bean for home roasting.

There’s Colombia Medellin Swiss Water Decaf, Costa Rica Strictly Hard Bean Swiss Water Decaf, Signature Espresso Blend Swiss Water Decaf, Ethiopia Sidamo Swiss Water Decaf, Indonesia Sumatra Mandheling Swiss Water Decaf and Kenya AA Swiss Water Decaf all available as decaffeinated coffee beans or ground coffee.

 You’ll find Decadent Decaf coffees available online at decadentdecaf.com, Ocado or Amazon.

Speciality Coffees Giveaway

I have a fabulous selection of speciality coffees from both Bird & Wild and Decadent Decaf to give away to one lucky winner.  The prize consists of:-

1 x 200g bag of each Bird & Wild roast (2 bags in total)

1 x 227g bag of four different Decadent Decaf roasts (4 bags in total)

Entry is via the GLEAM widget below and the giveaway ends at 11:59 pm on Friday 22nd June.  UK entrants only.  Terms and conditions apply which can be viewed on my giveaways page.

Bird & Wild / Decadent Decaf Speciality Coffee Giveaway

Good luck

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138 responses to “Win Speciality Coffees From Bird & Wild And Decadent Decaf”

  1. Lynn Brown says:

    Would love to try these coffees

  2. iain maciver says:

    fantastic giveaway,i would love to try these,

  3. Solange says:

    No, I haven’t swapped to decaf as I need caffeine.

  4. I’m not a coffee drinker, but a big supporter of fair-trade, so sounds good to me 🙂

  5. Alice Dixon says:

    Yes, I enjoy coffee but I was worried about the amount of caffeine I was having

  6. Pam Francis Gregory says:

    I have given up coffee, however would love to try a good quality decaff like this

  7. No I’ve not swapped as I like a caffeine boost.

  8. I have recently gotten into coffee and these sound lush! Thanks for sharing this giveaway x

  9. What a lovely range of aromatic coffees. I am sure my best friend who is a coffee addict would love these.

  10. Wise Ways says:

    Yes I have for a long time now had decaf coffee for medical reason’s I can’t have caffeine

  11. laura stewart says:

    no i havent but would like too x

  12. Kim Neville says:

    My OH loves his coffee and has switched to decaf mainly because his doctor suggested it for his health problem

  13. Michelle Ferguson says:

    I’m not a coffee drinker but my husband is and he still likes his caffeine

  14. Rebecca Sutton says:

    I started decaf about 2 years ago, as my doctor said that caffeinated coffee heightens anxiety, and it has made such a difference.

  15. Theresa says:

    Fingers crossed

  16. Shaun tutt says:

    I swapped to decaf when my wife was pregnant

  17. I really like how much thought has gone into how the beans are produced. I would really like to try this coffee.

  18. Margaret Gallagher says:

    I drink caffeinated in the morning and decaff after lunch – i dont always notice much difference so long as i choose the right roast

  19. Lesley Callaghan says:

    i have one caffine coffee in the morning – after that I prefer decaf throughout the day

  20. melanie stirling says:

    No,I haven’t but my mum has swapped to decaf to see if she can sleep better.

  21. I am very much a tea drinker but I would love to especially try the Decaf coffee as I find normal coffee can give me migraines.

  22. Graham Ross says:

    No as I need a caffeine fix especially first thing in the morning

  23. MARIA ROGERS says:

    I drink decaff coffee after 6pm, I do enjoy a coffee after my dinner but found normal coffee kept me awake. I have enough trouble sleeping anyway, so anything that helps is great.

  24. Iris Tilley says:

    Not yet no Unsure if I would like decaf is it more expensive then normal? Might be hard persuading my partner would he notice the taste difference I wonder

  25. Christine McFarlane says:

    Superb decaf quality coffees – always worth a try

  26. Jade Hewlett says:

    No, I haven’t swapper to decaf but I would like to try it

  27. Ren Taylor says:

    I do mostly drink decaf but indulge in real coffee sometimes….thanks for the chance to win ?

  28. I’m not a fan of coffee but I know my parents love it so these would be ideal x

  29. Margaret Clarkson says:

    No, I haven’t swapped to decaffinated coffee. I like coffee but don’t drink a great deal of it for it to be an issue. I like a big cup at breakfast. Probably if I wanted a cup at bedtime, it would be wise to switch to decaffinated!

  30. Dale Dow says:

    I’m half and half, in the morning I do need my caffeinated coffee but after that I drink decaf, it tastes the same so don’t find a problem with it

  31. Anosa says:

    These both sound like some fantastic coffee brands – how great is it that Decadent Decaf won those awards, fantastic!

  32. Sheena Batey says:

    I have been caffeine free for years now as it affects me badly making me very dizzy and shaky

  33. Mellissa says:

    I definitely need to switch to decaf and these brands sound great, I will have to check them out

  34. Natalie Crossan says:

    No but i really should I have terrible trouble sleeping x

  35. Karen Barrett says:

    No, I haven’t, some of these sound intriguing!

  36. Michelle Smith says:

    I’m not fussy I drink both but prefer normal coffee

  37. Susie Wilkinson says:

    I don’t like coffee, but my partner only drinks decaf now, after getting the nickname of ‘Tigger’ at work because he can’t tolerate a lot of caffeine before he has palpitations and gets very ‘bouncy’!

  38. Richard Eldred Hawes says:

    Not at home but I do drink it at my sisters

  39. This sounds like some really interesting coffee! I can imagine many people enjoying a cup first thing in the morning.

  40. Sally Collingwood says:

    Yes, I switched to decaff coffee and tea a while back to be healthier

  41. Rory McDonald says:

    I prefer natural coffee. All the decaf I’ve tried has tasted a little off.

  42. john prendergast says:

    we have swapped to decaf because my wife has a underactive thyroid so she has to limit the caffeine she has

  43. Catriona Hutchinson says:

    I consider it every now and then, but I have never tasted a decaffeinated coffee that tastes as good as regular

  44. Robert Price says:

    I prefer ordinary coffee

  45. MANDY DOHERTY says:

    I have decaff coffee in the evening and caffeinated coffee in the morning to get me going

  46. victoria Thurgood says:

    yes I have ive cut caffeine out for health reasons

  47. Kim M says:

    Have decaf in the evenings – trying to cut down on my caffeine intake x

  48. shellyg says:

    I went to decaff due to IBS. Caffeine makes it worse.

  49. Sarah-Jane Carter says:

    Yes I have swapped to decaf as I wanted to reduce the amount of caffeine I was consuming x

  50. Jaynealicia says:

    Always have some decaf in the house for visitors but don’t usually drink it myself

  51. Ursula Hunt says:

    I tend to have some caffeinated and some decaf coffee every day, if I have had around 4 cups of normal coffee I will switch to decaf to keep my caffeine level down

  52. Amanda Baggott says:

    I haven’t yet switched to decaf! I would love to though as I drink far too much caffeine!

  53. Cupcake R says:

    not yet swapped to Decaf but this looks great!

  54. Lorna Ledger says:

    I have not….I needs my caffeine!

  55. laura banks says:

    i haven’t but with the amount i drink i think i should

  56. Keri Jones says:

    I switched to decaf as I love coffee but thought the caffeine might have been contributing to my migraines.

  57. sarah fielding says:

    I haven’t swapped to decaf but i would love to try this!

  58. Such a lovely range of flavoursome coffees.Lovely giveaway for them too.

  59. Helen Thurston says:

    I keep thinking I ought to swap to decaff (or maybe mix it half/half) but never remember to buy it in the first place!

  60. I need my caffeine in the morning but I do drink decaf coffee on an afternoon sometimes x

  61. Lynn Neal says:

    I try to alternate between normal and decaf just to reduce the amount of caffeine I consume!

  62. Kate Buckley says:

    I want to because I have to take Iron tablets so avoid caffeine when I take them but I don’t like the process usually used to remove the caffeine so this coffee looks fantastic!

  63. Carole Nott says:

    Great giveaway – I generally drink full strength coffee but would love to try these new products

  64. Frances Sunshine Hopkins says:

    No not yet, I’d love to give these a go x

  65. ADEINNE TONNER says:

    I have been thinking about switching to decaf coffee but i haven’t done it yet

  66. Sarah morris says:

    I haven’t tried decaffeinated coffee yet

  67. Hannah Burchell says:

    An extra treat or the decaf drinking hubby!

  68. Zoe Trelfa-Porter says:

    I stopped to try and sleep better

  69. Sue Watson says:

    I do use defect in the afternoons, but need the caf in the mornings!

  70. Tracy B says:

    Not swapped exactly, but I’ve started drinking decaf throughout the day, only having caffeine in the morning.

  71. Mary H says:

    I’ve never had decaf coffee. I only drink coffee at the weekends, so I don’t really worry about my intake. I wonder if I could the difference?

  72. Layla Thomas says:

    I had to swap to decaf if I want a cup of coffee after 2 in the afternoon, I just found I couldn’t sleep if I didn’t.

  73. Bob says:

    I’ve actually never tried decaf coffee before, will try this if I win.

  74. Alice Gilkes says:

    I don’t drink coffee, but my parents love it and they haven’t switched to decaf. But I would like they to try it.

  75. Nadia Josephine says:

    I do love coffee but tend not to drink it in the afternoons. I would happily switch to decaf for the afternoons. I have been looking for a good one for a long time 🙂

  76. sheri Darby says:

    No I haven’t but think maybe I should

  77. Yes, we switched because we’re trying to live more healthily.

  78. Sue Rivers says:

    It is so hard to find decent decaf – would love to win!

  79. CAROLINE WATSON says:

    I swap my normal coffee for decaff about 3 times a year when i feel i must be more healthy!

  80. Jessica Barber says:

    I have swapped to every other coffee being decaff! I haven’t managed to go totally caffeine free, but I figure that every little helps!

  81. JULIE WARD says:

    Not yet, I’m going to try it to see if its caffeine that gives me headaches when I’ve had a coffee

  82. amanda walsh says:

    I can only drink decaf tea and coffee, so I love a good decaf

  83. Shelley White says:

    I’ve swopped to decaf on the advice of my doctor as I have acid reflux and was told this would not aggravate my symptoms. I can’t find any difference to be honest!

  84. Carolynn Woodland says:

    Do not have the need to switch to decaf but always have instant decaf in the house for visitors

  85. Keith Hunt says:

    Yes working nights it is the only way i can sleep.

  86. Natalie says:

    haven’t swapped as I love caffeine!

  87. Janey Rae says:

    Sound lovely

  88. Eil says:

    Nah, I still need my caffeine to start my day.

  89. Rebecca Barnes says:

    I swapped to decaff coffee when I got an office job and was sat at a desk drinking coffee all day for the first time!

  90. Rebecca Howells (@Regrash) says:

    I drink normal coffee in the mornings and then switch to decaf in the evenings so I get better sleep.

  91. Kelly Hanson says:

    I do drink decaf coffee after 4pm as I’ really sensitive to caffeine and if I have any after the I won’t sleep.

  92. dana says:

    I have not swapped to decaf coffee

  93. Simone Griffin says:

    I haven’t, but it’s something I’m looking at doing x

  94. donna l jones says:

    l tend to drink more decaff now

  95. debbie patching says:

    to reduce headaches

  96. Lauren Main says:

    I have not officially swapped to decaf yet, but I plan on doing so as caffeine has an adverse effect on my gut lately, especially when I’m stressed, which makes it counter-productive to have a coffee!

  97. ruth lee says:

    no I like caffeine too much!

  98. Fiona Johnstone says:

    I sometimes have decaf coffee and always have a jar in the house for guests. But I prefer ordinary coffee.

  99. Fiona Johnstone says:

    I prefer ordinary coffee but I do have a cup of decaf from time to time and always have a jar in the house for guests.

  100. Katie Blackmore says:

    I have decaf to help me get off to sleep

  101. Ali says:

    I’ve swapped to de caffeinated coffee because I was really struggling in the dip once the caffeine rush ran out!

  102. Elzbieta Znyk says:

    I love coffee and I drink every kind of coffee.

  103. Krzysia says:

    I haven’t swopped to decaf as such but I do keep both decaf and regular coffee in the cupboard. I tend to drink decaf in the evening so as to not have trouble sleeping.

  104. Dave Weston says:

    Who doesnt love coffee, especially trying new blends and brands

  105. lucy beckett says:

    i would literally die without good coffee (honestly ask my long suffering partner how moody i am before coffee) >_<

  106. Maria Garcia says:

    Swapped to decaf to prepare my body for IVF treatment.

  107. Kerry Smith says:

    I only ever drink decaf after 6pm. The quality & choice have really improved over last few years

  108. paula cheadle says:

    awesome prize, would love to try them

  109. jacqui rushton says:

    I switched about a year ago and feel much better for it!

  110. Natalie Gillham says:

    I have switched to decaf as I don’t like didn’t like being addicted to coffee and suffering the withdrawals headaches if I didn’t drink it regularly.

  111. Ruth Harwood says:

    I’ve been drinking decaf predominantly for 15 years as I was having trouble sleeping, and getting massive headaches without a 3-hourly caffiene fix! Now I drink full caffiene coffee first thing in the morning and switch to decaf for the rest of the day, and usually sleep like a baby!

  112. No we haven’t made the switch yet but we have with our tea!

  113. Kim Styles says:

    I drink both depending on the time of the day- decaf is always drunk in the evening!

  114. Jeanette Leighton says:

    I done have decaffeinated coffee but usually not

  115. Natalee Gosiewski says:

    no I have never tried decafe im scared of wasting money incase i dont like it

  116. Hannah Thompson says:

    No I haven’t but I really do need to try to

  117. Adrian Bold says:

    No, I haven’t swapped to decaf as I enjoy caffeine too much!

  118. Caroline says:

    No I’ve not swapped, I need the caffeine kick in the mornings but it would be a good idea for later in the day

  119. Laura Walker says:

    I get very restless at night so I try to stick to decaf later in the day

  120. paul jackson says:

    No I have never tried decaf and probably won’t

  121. Khughes says:

    I still have standard coffee in the morning but have switched to decaff in the afternoon. It has made me sleep better

  122. stephanie says:

    coffee please

  123. Darren Collins says:

    No I have not love my caffeine to much or should I say need it ?

  124. Janine H says:

    Not tried this brand, so a win would be just coffeelicious x

  125. sharon martin says:

    these coffees sound lovely, no haven’t swapped to decaf yet

  126. Julie Camm says:

    No, I’m still on proper coffee…

  127. Malika says:

    Would love to swap to decaf but haven’t come across a good brand that would give me that caffeine satisfaction…

  128. Colin Gault says:

    Haven’t stopped

  129. Karen Dixon says:

    swapped to decaf as ttc

  130. Gill Colling says:

    I love coffee but too much caffeine makes me feel nauseous and sluggish. So finding good decaff coffees matters to me. I am not a tea drinker nor am I keen on too much fizzy drinks, sweeteners make me feel sick and I am diabetic so my [decaff] coffee is very very important!!

  131. Laura Lee says:

    We are not decaf lovers in our house but that is because we haven’t found a decent one yet this looks amazing, fingers and toes crossed

  132. A.G. says:

    I’m usually a tea drinker, but tea made me sick when I was pregnant. I switched to decaf coffee so I didn’t miss out on a hot drink when it was cold. I also like to have a decaf cappuccino before bed.

  133. Anna L says:

    Try to get energy from other sources other than caffine so would love to try a decent de cafe

  134. I haven’t actually. I tend to have a regular coffee in the morning and avoid coffee after around 2pm. Maybe I should use some decaf when I’m fancying an evening cuppa!

  135. Not totally swapped but certainly don’t have caffeinated after 6pm as I will be awake all night.

  136. Tracey Suzie Anderson says:

    I switched to de-caff coffee around 8 months ago as i have CHF and so better in the long term for my health. I have to say i much prefer the taste now to caffeinated drinks 🙂 x

  137. Hayley Lynch says:

    No but I think I should try to as I am always getting headaches and this might help !

  138. Kirsteen Mackay says:

    No, I haven’t because I only drink coffee first thing in the morning when I want the pick-me-up of caffeine. However, I do think I’d enjoy to drink decaff later in the day.

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