Always wanted to know how your favourite coffee is made?
Picking coffee in its most ripened stage is an art overseen by many. Unlike other fruit, coffee cherries have little ripening leeway after it’s picked. The deterioration begins shortly after the cherry is picked off the tree, and the sugar inside becomes starch almost immediately. Ripe coffee cherries must be picked carefully without disturbing the unripe coffee beans on the branch, a critical move to ensure quality coffee production.