Every cup of coffee you drink goes through a detailed process that starts with the soil and ends with beautiful, roasted coffee beans. Let's find out what happens in that process today.
FROM SOIL TO TREE:
Coffee plants are mostly grown in tropical climate with altitudes of 1000-1800m and temperature between 15-24c. There are many types of coffee beans but the most popular are Arabica and Robusta. The coffee tree averages 5-10 m in height and as the tree gets older, the branches grow less however the leaves and fruits grow more. The fruit contains the beans used for coffee.
FROM TREE TO DELICIOUS ROASTED BEANS:
When the fruit is ripe, Farmers always play an important part because coffee fruit is usually handpicked. The beans are then separated from the fruit, soaked in water to ferment and then sun-dried. After a few days, the parched layer is removed, and the beans are roasted.
FROM BEANS TO CUPS
Finally, the roasted beans are grinned and the coffee is ready to be brewed and made into a cup of coffee! We use machines to made espresso shots, rinse it to make lighter cups or even soak it in water to make a wonderful bitter-free cold brew.
So, come to Joma and truly appreciate a precious cup of coffee as it means to be.