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Coffee Processing: Natural/Dry

Coffee Processing: Natural/Dry

Notice the "natural process", "dry process", or "sundried" marked on coffee bags we buy. Do you want to know more about the natural/dry/sundried process? Let's start!   Where did it start? The natural process, also known as the dry process, is said that stems from Ethiopia. It is common in regions where there is no access to water such as Ethiopia and some regions in Brazil. The process is commonly traditional in the regions where it is used. The fruit remains on the bean, and dries undisturbed. This process needs less investment but it still requires certain climatic conditions to...

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Kenya Kirinyaga Kibirigwi AA Top Coffee

Kenya Kirinyaga Kibirigwi AA Top Coffee

Kenya Kirinyaga Kibirigwi AA Top coffee is a single origin specialty grade coffee beans and is washed processed. Roasted in light level to enhance sweet & sour strong cranberry juice, orange peel acidity. Full, smooth body and cranberry juice flavour. Kibirigwi is a small area next to the Ragati river along the A2 highway. Situated on the equator on Africa's east coast, Kenya has been described as "the cradle of humanity". Kenya’s topography is incredibly diverse. The country is a land of mountains, valleys, open plains, deserts, forests, lakes, savannahs and a golden sanded coastline. Coffee was introduced to Kenya...

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Ethiopia Bench Maji Gesha G1 Natural Coffee

Ethiopia Bench Maji Gesha G1 Natural Coffee

This amazing variety comes from Gesha Village, located in the dense jungles of the Bench Maji Zone in the far western reaches of Ethiopia. Sweet floral aromatics, an intense sweetness with a lingering aftertaste.   The Story of Gesha Village Near the border of South Sudan, you find the wild, dense, and stunning forests of the Bench Maji Zone, a home to the radiant Gesha coffees. A coffee that surprise coffee drinkers around the world with crisp acidity and rich profiles. Rachel Samuel and Adam Overton developed a passion for coffee while producing a documentary about Ethiopian coffee in 2007....

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Honduras Las Lagunas Pacamara Natural Coffee

Honduras Las Lagunas Pacamara Natural Coffee

This coffee is made from hand-picked beans from the Honduras Las Lagunas. This natural process coffee was hand selected by a select group of highly trained coffee farmers, who ensure consistent quality and a special taste. They can recognize the perfectly ripe cherries by their bright burgundy color and their sweet smell. This single-origin coffee is 100% Arabica beans and has an unmistakable flavor. The combinations of diverse shade trees, rainforest conditions, and the natural irrigation from spring waters provide the optimal micro climate to grow this Pacamara coffee. Growing coffee is the livelihood of most of the locals. Most...

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How Decaf Coffee is Processed?

How Decaf Coffee is Processed?

What do you lose when you take caffeine out of coffee? How caffeine is removed in coffee but not the flavour? Let's know more about decaf coffee. Caffeine is naturally occurring in over 60 types of plant species; the most common being coffee Arabica and coffea Robusta, tea and cocoa beans. Robusta coffees have about twice as much caffeine as Arabica coffees.DecaffeinationDecaffeination removes nearly all the caffeine from the beans. It is carried out while the beans are still ‘green’, before they are roasted.How much caffeine is in decaf coffee?Decaffeination removes about 97% or more of the caffeine in coffee...

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