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Natural process coffee with Sweet notes

The natural (dry, unwashed) process is one of the oldest methods of producing coffee. It involves drying the whole cherry, in the sun, on tables or in thin layers on patios.

The cherries are raked or turned by hand to prevent mildew during the drying process, which can take up to 4 weeks.

Once the cherries have been dried to the correct amount, the pulp is removed with a hulling machine before the coffee beans are packed.

The coffee from natural processed beans can tend to have more body and complexity with less acidity than with the 'washed' or wet process.

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Casa Espresso: Brazil, Patricia Coelho, Fazenda Santo Antonio, Natural Casa Espresso: Brazil, Patricia Coelho, Fazenda Santo Antonio, Natural
from 250g: £7.30
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Flavour notes: Chocolate upfront, particularly cocoa in espresso, followed by an almond and honey sweetness
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Clifton Coffee Roasters: Suspension Espresso: Brazil, Natural Clifton Coffee Roasters: Suspension Espresso: Brazil, Natural
from 250g: £7.75
Best for Espresso with Milk
Flavour notes: Dark chocolate / treacle / hazelnut
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