The Mountain School, Spanish students learn about the coffee production process, including how the coffee is taste-tested professionally. Coffee tasting is still an art, but a fine art, with diligent procedures involved in the tasting process. Here are some photos of the coffee taster, Nelson McKuen, explaining the process to our group.
|Coffee drying in a cabinet in the quality control laboratory. Photo by Tania Company.|
|Nelson shows us how the coffee from the wet mill is dried before testing and storing samples. Photo by Tania Company.|
|A sample of coffee was wieghed before roasting for a taste test. Photo Tania Company.|
|Freshly roasted coffee has an incomparable flavor. Photo Tania Company.|
|Nelson guides each participant through the tasting process.|
|Tasting coffees is diligent work. Photo Tania Company.|
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