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The Process of Roasting Coffee Beans

Ever wonder how your coffee gets the wonderful taste we have all come to love? It’s probably not exactly how you imagined it to be. Coffee beans actually come from cherries on coffee trees. The beans we use for coffee are inside these cherries; essentially they are the seeds of the cherries. Farmers pick the cherries off of their coffee trees, take the beans out, process them, and ship them off to roasters all over the world. When roasters receive their beans, the beans are green. The process of roasting the beans will turn them dark with the flavor that we love. Roasting gives coffee beans their unique aroma and flavor. Coffee beans are roasted around 430-480 degrees Fahrenheit for 14-17 mi

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