In the natural process, coffee fruit (often called “cherry”) is harvested from its home on a shrub or small tree. Then natural process coffees are set out straight away to dry in the sun skin-on, meaning the beans receive flavor from the fruit pulp and sugars as part of their development. Ideally, coffee will be harvested at a fully ripe red state to ensure consistency, something that’s especially important in this process.
What does natural process coffee taste like?
Natural process coffees can be described as earthy and intense in flavor, often with notes of deep fruit and complex sweetness.
Chocolate, Hazelnut, Watermelon