Semi-washed processing — also known as semi-dry processing — is common in countries such as Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, and Brazil; beans are picked, rinsed, then laid out to only partially dry, resulting in a flavor that's less acidic and heavier in body than wet processing. Coffee is then milled to remove what's left of the fruit, either using simple millstones or advanced machinery.
Semi-washed processing is a third method.
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