Coffee Milling: The Process Between Crop & Cup

Coffee Milling: The Process Between Crop & Cup

January 10, 2021

Coffee has become a staple in our daily routine, and the consumption of this beloved beverage has increased in recent years. By 2019, 64% of Americans 18 years and older drank coffee every day. Four hundred million cups per day, to be exact! As coffee is becoming more popular, consumers are showing a greater interest in specialty beans and the specificities of where and how their coffee is produced. Various stages occur between the coffee crop and home brew. First, the coffee is planted and harvested, then processed and milled to a “green bean” form, and lastly exported to the roasters where they will roast the beans to its familiar shade of brown. The coffee production phase that is the least talked about, and perhaps the most important is the wet and dry milling process.
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