Coffee taste? It’s all in the processing.

The method used to separate the pulp from the seeds at the plantation makes a significant difference to the final coffee experience.

Many coffee lovers believe that the difference in the taste, acidity and body of a cup of coffee depends on whether the beans are Arabica or Robusta, but true coffee connoisseurs know there’s more than one reason. 

For them, the difference is whether they are natural or wet-washed.

The method used to separate the pulp from the seeds at the plantation makes a significant difference to the final coffee experience.

In short, “washed” coffees are more acidic, while “natural” coffees have greater body.

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