1st step


It's the process of collecting the beans from the coffee trees, always collecting only the red ones. In our farms, this process is done by hand, unlike in other places where it's done with machines, causing the combination of red and green coffee beans. You would ask why this is a problem. Well, green coffee beans drastically change the flavor and quality.

2nd Step

Wash & Float

We introduce the coffee beans into the tank to wash and remove any extra elements, such as leaves, branches, and dirt. The coffee beans with low density (primarily bad) will float on the water. In contrast, all the good ones will remain at the bottom of the tank, and this is where the first selection process takes place, which is by removing the floating beans.



This is the process of removing the outer skin of the coffee bean using a motorized de-pulping machine that also separates the cherries from the beans. This way, they are ready for the next step.

4th step


This process helps us soften the mucilage so that it can be removed. Still, it also adds characteristic flavors to the coffee beans. To have a successful process, we monitor essential factors such as temperature, keeping it at 19°C and constantly checking our tools to determine the time we will ferment the coffee, which could take 12 to 48 hours.

5th step

Dry Process

At our farms, we implement a sun-dry process that can take 4 to 8 days, depending on the weather. We spread the coffee in thin layers to ensure every bean gets the same sunlight and is moved every 2 hours so it all dries homogeneously.