There isn’t really any difference between normal vs decaf coffee except we grind on the finer side. Every other parameter is constant.
JHCCoffee significant complexities/nuances, very full bodied
I see these on the roasters’ descriptions. The former is when I often see it on honey or anaerobic or light/medium light as the coffee is on the fruiter side, whereas the full bodied is more likely medium dark nutty and chocolate.
I’m not even sure we can get both end of the beans at the same time.
I aim to enjoy the coffee as they meant to be and see if the cup comes closer to the notes on the bag.
It’s also a taste preference, is it not? For example, I often hesitate to recommend beans for these reasons. For example, I loved Foundry’s decaf that had the highest score of 87.75 that I had never seen so far. I don’t think it went well with @dfk41. He also drinks decaf.