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Product name Vietnam Robusta Green Coffee Bean (Wet polished S16/S18) - Commercial grade
Moisture 12,5% max
Foreign matter 0.1% max
Black bean 0.1% max
Broken bean 0.4% max
Screen size 16/18
Method wet polished/washed
Package 60kg jute bag
Container capacity Container 20ft: 19MT Container 40ft: 27MT
Payment term T/T or L/C at sight 100%
Port of loading Ho Chi Minh port
Product Infomation

Origin of the products

Our Robusta green coffee bean dry cleaned comes from Dong Nai, Vietnam, which has a tropical monsoon climate with high temperatures, abundant sunshine, and high wetness. Dong Nai, therefore, contains around 5,000ha of coffee-growing area at a height of 350-500m above sea level. This is why we chose Dong Nai as a growing location: to supply the highest-quality Robusta green coffee bean dry cleaned to our customers.

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Characteristics of Robusta Green Coffee Bean Dry cleaned

Dry processed coffee is a taste element that splits users’ preferences. Regardless of type or location, this natural processed coffee has characteristics such as sweetness, fruitiness, floweriness, and so on. Tropical fruits, strawberries, blueberries, and honey are common scents for natural processed coffee. Furthermore, the flavor of Robusta green coffee bean dry cleaned coffee might be wild, sour, or winey.

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Robusta coffee grean bean dry cleaned

In comparison to washed coffee beans, dry processed coffee is typically characterized as having a red wine-like flavor. Furthermore, this type of technique may help baristas and roasteries showcase the flavor of their coffee. However, those who don’t like winey and fermented tastes in their coffee may find it unattractive.

Comparison between Washed vs Dry cleaned coffee

How Robusta Green Coffee Bean Dry cleaned is produced?

Step 1: Collecting the coffee bean

The key to gathering perfectly ripe coffees for quality dry processed coffee is to ensure that cherries are gathered at the most opportune moment – when they are fully mature.

It is also necessary to separate the coffee beans at various stages of maturity. When unripe and overripe cherries are dried together, the flavor of the finished product might be drastically altered.

Step 2: Fermentation control

In reality, fermentation occurs at every stage of the process, from harvesting through storage. A variety of bacteria and yeasts already present on the epidermis (or that have pierced the cherries due to mechanical impact during harvesting and transportation) will convert the sugar in the coffee cherries to acids, alcohol, or hydrogen gas. This metabolism continues until the coffee moisture content is reduced to around 11%.

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coffee fermentation

Step 3: Drying

As the pulp loses water, the coffee will begin to feel like rubber after three to five days of drying. Farmers will begin to examine and determine when to complete the drying process after a week. When the skins become dehydrated, shrivel, and virtually black, the drying process is completed and the pulp is removed.

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dry the coffee beans

The drying process’s finish time is an important indicator of the quality of the dry processed coffee. Coffee cherries that are not completely dry are susceptible to bacterial and mold degradation. Meanwhile, overdried coffee becomes brittle and produces a lot of debris during grinding and roasting.

Step 4: Storage

The dry processed coffee beans are still covered in the parchment covering after dehydration. They are then placed in grain-protecting bags and kept in a warehouse, where they are protected from outside effects like as weather, insects, and molds. In addition, the moisture content and temperature in the warehouse must be carefully monitored.

Step 5: Parchment removal

Workers will hull the dried processed coffee beans just before they are exported to remove the parchment coating from the seed. In a dry mill, this stage is completed automatically. Following that, the beans are evaluated by machines that sort them by size and color. Workers sift the seed using huge sieves or by hand to ensure the end goods are as flawless as possible. Finally, the beans are placed in 60kg jute sacks and sent to a shipping container, where they are protected for the lengthy voyage to roasteries.

Certificates

Many reputable certifications have been granted to our Robusta Green coffee beans, including Vietpresso 2019, ISO 9001:2015, HACCP, Global Gap, etc

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About K-AGRICULTURE

K-Agriculture is the Vietnamese leading factory for RICE – COFFEE – CASHEW – SPICES. It is a trustworthy and reliable FACTORY since 1996. K = Quality is King

More information about Robusta green bean coffee:

We are an origin factory for RICE, COFFEE, and SPICES with close progress from farm to store. K-Agriculture’s motto is “Quality is King”. We do the best or nothing. With a 25-year history of delivering Vietnamese agricultural products to the world, we are honoured to have you as a part of our success.

K-Agriculture is a loyal provider of thousands of B2B partners all over the world. We supply Robusta green coffee bean dry cleaned and many other coffee varieties. Here is our guide for wholesale coffee products!

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