Soluble Coffee

Soluble Coffee – How are coffee beans transformed into granules?

Growing, harvesting, roasting, grinding, extraction, drying, and filling are the seven basic steps in the production of NESCAFÉ pure soluble coffee.

Growing: The voyage of the coffee plants begins at a nursery, where they are nurtured until they are ready to be put into the coffee farms, where they will grow coffee cherries over a number of years.

Harvesting: When coffee cherries are mature, skilled growers pick them up and process them to create the sensory characteristics that become the coffee beans that come from them.

Roasting: To create the distinct NESCAFÉ flavour, intensity, and aroma, coffee beans with the necessary sensory profile are next heated through roasting.

Coffee beans that have been expertly roasted are then ground into a coarse powder.

Extraction: To extract the flavour, fragrance, and colour from the coarse coffee powder, an extraction procedure is next used.

Drying: The goal of this process is to evaporate as much water from the brew as possible so that it can transform into a fine powder.

Filling: The coffee powder is put into our jars once all the preparations for packaging the coffee have been completed.

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