First, our coffee is processed to remove the outer skin, pulp, and inner parchment skin. Once that is complete, the inner seed, otherwise known as the coffee bean, is dried. When our beans are dried it becomes the green coffee bean that that us for our roasting
What happens when our beans go through the roasting process? The coffee bean changes drastically during the roasting process. When we roast our coffee, moisture is forced out of our beans, causing it to dry and expand. During the process, some of the natural sugars are converted into CO2 gas while others are caramelized into some of our flavors that help form the complex flavors in Ooh Wee Coffee. When the process is complete, the green bean will transform into a brown bean that is about 18% lighter while being 50 to 100% larger.
We vacuum seal Ooh Wee Coffee in tightly sealed 1.75 oz and 12 oz bags and we also wholesale Ooh Wee Coffee in a 1pound and 5pound bags with a one way valve. This helps keep our organic roasted coffee blends fresh for up to one year.