Cherries are collected in one of the 2 mills of Hunkute cooperative, washed and cleaned from all imperfections. The skin is then removed using disk pulper machines and the beans are then fermented for around 24 hours.
Afterwards, they are washed in washing channels and soaked in clean, running water for a few hours. The beans are then taken to raised beds where they are slowly dried until they reach 11.5% moisture (approx. 12-16 days).
After drying, the beans are left to rest for about a month before milling and transport to Djibouti takes place.
Roasted in Northern Ireland.