Coffee beans

Washed process of coffee

💦In wet process, water is used to wash the skin and pulp off the fruit of the coffee cherry.he coffee cherries are then placed in large vats of water to separate the defective beans (those with less density which float on top). At this point, the sticky-sweet layer of mucilage is still on the bean. Mucilage is water insoluble. To remove it, the beans must ferment (usually in large tanks with water). During the fermentation process, enzymes present in the coffee cherry eat away at the mucilage, converting the sugars into acids, gases, and/or alcohol. Ever have a coffee that tastes almost like wine? That is a flavor caused by fermentation!

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