These honey processed beans provide a crisp and clean flavour profile. Cherry, dark chocolate and lemon all rolled into a lovely brew.
The title “honey processed” leads many people to assume honey’s used in the making of the coffee or that the coffee itself resembles honey tasting notes but that isn’t the case. This process gets its name from its sticky, honey-like feel the bean has before being dried. Once a coffee bean is separated from its cherry, it’s left covered in a mucilage layer that, when dried, will continue to reabsorb moisture from the air and become sticky.
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