Natural Coffee Processing


Natural processed coffees have a long history—possibly the longest history in the coffee-drinking world. Picking the ripe coffee cherry and allowing it to dry completely before removing it from the seed was probably the original way coffees were processed in East Africa, though now the process has been updated, modernized, and adapted to many different growing regions. In this video we see how staff at the Worka washing station in Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia tend to the steps of a Natural process, as one example of its present-day execution. Learn more about this and other processing methods at cafeimports.com/education. Video by Andy Reiland with narrations by Ever Meister

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Director of Manchester School of Samba at http://www.sambaman.org.uk
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