English (United Kingdom)


From every fruit only the best is extracted and used, for the processing of quality beans.

Extraction can be dry or wet.
In the dry process the fruits are laid out to dry and then sifted, shattered and passed again through sieves separating the beans from the impurities. The wet process consists of conveying water into sliding channels where the fruits are passed through a sieve. Subsequently they undergo, for almost two days, several washings to remove the sugar layer. Eventually, they are dried in the sun or artificially and freed from any residues.