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Coffee does not exist in the form that we are used to purchasing it in at the
stores. Coffee comes in the form of green coffee beans that grow on the coffee
plant. These green coffee beans are then collected from coffee plantations and
are sent to places to be roasted, ground and finely crushed to make the coffee
powder that you are use to purchasing at your local store.The Processes that
Green Coffee Beans UndergoThere is a process that these green coffee beans must
go through before they actually become coffee powder. Firstly, the beans must be
picked from the coffee plantations. This is usually done by hand by laborers
who get paid for each basket that they pick. Then, since coffee beans have a
fruity flesh that directly wraps around the coffee bean, once they are gathered
this flesh has to be removed right away. This is done by soaking the beans,
scouring them and then mechanically rubbing the bean. Once the green coffee bean
is free from its fruity flesh it is then cleaned with water. This is done in
order to remove any of the fruity flesh that may still be sticking to it, as
well as any additional sugars that are on it. The beans are then dried by
spreading them over a large concrete or rock plane where they are dried by a
combination of the air and direct sunlight.After the beans have been dried it is
time for the beans to be put into categories that are based upon the color and
the size of the coffee bean. Any beans that are discolored, decayed or damaged
are removed from the other beans at this point. When the beans are finally
dried, they are then roasted. This process is important if you want an aromatic
cup of coffee. At this time, the coffee bean will actually expands to nearly
twice that of what its initial size was. It will also change color and density
as it takes in heat. The color turns to yellow and then to a light cinnamon
brown. At this point the coffee beans will start to crack, just like popcorn
does. As coffee is grown in different parts of the world, varying climate
conditions and other factors also play a role in how the beans are processed.
The final product is then crushed into the savoury coffee powder which we are
accustomed to seeing.