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The Stem Borer Bores Coffee Branches: How To Prevent Them Effectively?

The Stem Borer Bores Coffee Branches: Coffee stem borers (also known as coffee branch borers) damage coffee gardens at almost every stage of their growth, being the larvae of one beetle species and one butterfly. (Often differentiated into pink stem borer and white stem borer). In today's article, we will learn about the characteristics of these two types of worms and the most effective way to prevent them. The harm of stem borers on coffee trees The stem borer (branch borer) in …
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What Happens During The Roasting Process Of Coffee?

Do you know what happens during the roasting process of coffee? What changes make green beans into the flavorful, aromatic ones we love? In part one of this two-part series, we looked at how the coffee bean’s anatomy played a vital role and outlined the physical changes during roasting. Now let’s look at some chemical modifications, including how flavour and aroma develop. Roasting coffee Roasting coffee transforms green coffee beans' chemical and physical properties into roasted coffee products. The roasting process produces the …
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Green Coffee and Roasted Coffee – Green coffee beans 

We drink coffee every day to keep our spirits up, and most of us are all too familiar with dark brown or black coffee beans. However, I recently discovered that green coffee is gradually gaining popularity due to its numerous uses and benefits. I investigated and accumulated information to understand what is unique about this green coffee since I was fascinated. Hopefully, this post will also provide answers to people who are curious about the distinctions between “Green coffee beans …
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What Is Dry Processing? – Dry Processed 

What Is Dry Processing? Dry processing is one of the most basic and oldest coffee processing procedures in history, and it’s commonly used to process Robusta coffee. This procedure aims to reduce the moisture content of the coffee to 10 -12 percent by drying it in the sun or using a drying appliance. There are various reasons why dry-processed coffee is so popular, although drying creates only average coffee. In exchange, this method consumes less water and energy. It also necessitates …
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Environmental Impact On Coffee Roasting

Environmental impact on coffee roasting? Coffee roasting has some ecological implications. As a by-product of fuel combustion in the roaster, carbon dioxide, and other hazardous gases are released. Smoke and other hazardous particles are also produced when coffee is roasted. These emissions can be dangerous to anyone who operate or work near the roaster, and they also contribute to greenhouse gas pollution. What is the source of these issues? When it comes to roasting technology advancement, there is somewhat of a “time lag”. …
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Fun Facts: About Honey Processed Coffee Beans – Part 1

Honey Processed Coffee: Have you ever chosen for yourself a packet of preprocessed coffee with honey and wondered what preprocessed honey means? And is it any better than the natural coffee you had last week? This article is really for you. We will take a look at what is honey processing. Why is it good, and what makes it stand out among the baristas and roasters? #Fact 1: Why is called honey? The three most common coffee beans processed globally are natural, wet, and honey …
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What Is The Fermented Coffee?

What Is The Fermented Coffee? - When it comes to fermented coffee, some people will love it because of the unique flavors it brings, while others hate it. But one thing is for sure: fermented coffee is the new trend in specialty coffee processing in Vietnam and the world! Within the scope of this article, let’s explore how fermentation can affect the quality of coffee. What is the true meaning of coffee fermentation? And is it possible to process coffee without skipping …
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Vacuum Cham

The name of a system (or Vacuum Cham) is used in the production of instant coffee, removing water from coffee during sublimation drying. Coffee terms about Processing | The process you should know is as follows: Ethyl Acetate (EA) - Decaffeinated Solvent Fermentation Fresh Coffee  Methylene chloride (MC) - Decaffeinated Solvent Natural process - Dry processing Raw processed - Natural processing Semi Washed - Semi-Wet Processing Sorting / Grading - Particle Classification Washed Coffee - Wet Processing In the food industry, …
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Natural processed

Natural processed, also known as Sun Drying. Coffee terms about Processing | The process you should know is as follows: Ethyl Acetate (EA) - Decaffeinated Solvent Fermentation Fresh Coffee  Methylene chloride (MC) - Decaffeinated Solvent Natural process - Dry processing Semi Washed - Semi-Wet Processing Sorting / Grading - Particle Classification Vacuum Cham - Vacuum Chamber Washed Coffee - Wet Processing Natural processed Sun-Dried refers to the concept of Dry Processing or natural processing. This is the oldest and most straightforward method of coffee processing. …
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Grading – Particle classification

Grading – Particle classification of coffee can be done manually or by machine (vibrating floor). After wet or dry processing, raw coffee beans are often classified according to different criteria such as color, size, volume, error - defect (hollow, chipped, impurity coffee beans ..).   Coffee terms about Processing | The process you should know is as follows: Ethyl Acetate (EA) - Decaffeinated Solvent Fermentation Fresh Coffee  Methylene chloride (MC) - Decaffeinated Solvent Natural process - Dry processing Raw processed - …
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Semi Washed

Semi Washed - wet processing is also known by some other names such as: Honeyed Coffee – Honey processing technique Hybrid Process – Hybrid Method Coffee terms about Processing | The process you should know is as follows: Ethyl Acetate (EA) - Decaffeinated Solvent Fermentation Fresh Coffee  Methylene chloride (MC) - Decaffeinated Solvent Natural process - Dry processing Natural processed - Natural processing Sorting / Grading - Particle Classification Vacuum Cham - Vacuum Chamber Washed Coffee - Wet Processing Semi Washed …
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Natural process – Dry processing

Dry process, Unwashed, Natural Sundried, all refer to dry processing process. Coffee terms about Processing | The approach you should know are as follows: Ethyl Acetate (EA) - Decaffeinated Solvent Fermentation Fresh Coffee  Methylene chloride (MC) - Decaffeinated Solvent Natural processed - Natural processing Semi Washed - Semi-Wet Processing Sorting / Grading - Particle Classification Vacuum Cham - Vacuum Chamber Washed Coffee - Wet Processing Natural process In this process, after harvesting (spread out), the coffee fruit is exposed to the …