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  • Natural Coffee or Unwashed Coffee, Which Has Cleaner Profile?

    Mar 15, 14 • Production1 Comment
    Natural Coffee or Unwashed Coffee, Which Has Cleaner Profile?

    The trend of the clean cup profile has been going on since 1980s, and wet(washed) process has gained its momentum as the specialty coffee popularity rises. There is something interesting about the terms, washed/unwashed process. As you can see in Ukers’ “All about Coffee“, the terms washed/unwashed process were more commonly used in early days […]...

  • What is Pulped Natural Coffee Process? It’s Very Wet and Natural

    Mar 13, 14 • Production1 Comment
    What is Pulped Natural Coffee Process? It’s Very Wet and Natural

    The pulped natural (also known as honey) process is relatively new process that has been rapidly adopted in recent years. The process generates unique flavor which differs its cupping profile from both wet process and natural process. The cup results generally show more cleanliness and uniformity than conventional natural process. The sugar-rich mucilage naturally increases […]...

  • Nossa Senhora do Carmo Estate of Brazil isn’t an Ordinary Brazilian Coffee

    Nossa Senhora do Carmo Estate of Brazil isn’t an Ordinary Brazilian Coffee

    Nossa Senhora do Carmo Estate is located in renowned coffee growing region, Carmo de Minas, South East regions off Brazil. This geographic area features a hilly landscape and higher latitudes than other regions. Nossa Senhora do Carmo Estate stareted its history in 1945. Pedro Ysidoro Pereira, the founder of the estate, inherited this farm land […]...

  • Natural Coffee Processing in Brazil

    Natural Coffee Processing in Brazil

    The Natural process(aka unwashed or dry process) somewhat seen as less sophisticated process. It is the oldest method of coffee processing, and it requires the least technology. In this method, the harvested coffee cherries are dried under the sun and become leather like feel. Brazil, Ethiopia, and Yemen are recognized as main producers of coffee […]...