What does it mean if my coffee is Wet Processed?

What does it mean if my coffee is Wet Processed?

Introduction to Wet Processing Wet Processed coffee is also known as washed coffee. They require very specific equipment and a ton of water. Coffee cherries are pulped by machine, soaked in water before being dried and hulled. Washed coffees depend almost 100% on the bean having absorbed enough natural sugars...

Guide to December Dripper

Guide to December Dripper

Introduction to December Dripper The December Coffee Dripper, a kickstarter by coffee aficionado and co-founder of Wrecking Ball Coffee Roasters, Nicholas Cho. The flat-bottomoed coffee dripped allows for an even brew where the water interacts with all of the coffee consistently. The variable aperture base makes the December Dripper standout...

Guide to V60

Guide to V60

Introduction to the V60 The Hario V60 is a cone dripper that has its inner walls lined with sprial ridges. These ridges help keep the filter paper from sticking to the sides, ensuring airflow and smooth extraction of coffee at the base of the dripper. It takes some practice to...

Guide to the AeroPress

Guide to the AeroPress

Introduction to the AeroPress The Aeropress brews fantastic cups of coffee that are both pressed and filtered. An Aeropress can be intimidating at first. But once you get your technique down, Aeropress coffee is sensational. Plus an Aeropress is ideal for travel because of its size and durability.   Tools...

Guide to Clever Dripper

Guide to Clever Dripper

Introduction to the Clever Dripper Combining seeping and dripping, the Clever Dripper gives the barista the control to brew that perfect cup. A stopper, that only opens when placed ontop of a cup or decanter, allows the barista to decide how long to seep coffee before dripping. The Clever Dripper...