Coffee processing is the part of farming that separates the coffee cherry’s fruit and skin from its beans. Besides getting the coffee beans one step closer to being the roasted version that we are familiar with, it also affects the flavors that will be imparted to the coffee beans, more commonly known as ‘processing flavors’.

The act of freezing coffee is not something new and started with the discovery that grinding frozen coffee beans produced a narrower particle grind size distribution. This essentially just means more even grind size compared to grinding room-temp coffee beans.