Naturals, or coffee cherries that have been dry-processed, undergo the most primitive (and traditional) form of coffee processing. Cherries are sorted and cleaned, then spread out, hand-raked, and dried in the sun. They are later hulled at a milling plant. This expensive and finicky method is primarily seen in countries such as Ethiopia, Yemen, and Brazil.
Dry, or natural, processing, is another.
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