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Coffee Processing

Coffee is a fruit! Here you will find the many ways a coffee cherry becomes a green coffee bean for roasting.


The washed process is most common for specialty coffee for its clean flavor profile.


The natural process was the first for removing the fruit of the cherry. It is fruity and sweet.

Wet Hulled

Most commonly found in Indonesia, wet-hulling allows for coffee to dry rapidly. It is rich and robust.

Honey and Pulped-Natural

Originating in Brazil, this process has become popularized by Costa Rica and now can be found around the World.

Carbonic Maceration and Anaerobic

These processes are still very new and experimental with some exotic results.