A Cherry’s Journey

The coffee plant enters its productive cycle after an average of 3 years.

Its jasmine-like flowers yield bunches of green cherries that ripen to a vibrant red.

Natural sundried process:

Cherries are first dried in patios under direct sunlight, then sent through shredding machines to remove the dried peels.

Washed process:

First, water is used to remove the cherry mucilage, and then, the pergamino is dried either naturally under the sun or artificially in machines.

Following quality approval beans are bagged, placed into containers and sent to the port.

Importing countries have differing roast profiles that depend on consumer tastes and extraction methods used.

The beans are then roasted and ground accordingly.

This coffee has travelled far and wide to reach you. Take your time to taste the aromas of its faraway lands.