At Good African, we believe that customers deserve the best so all the coffee that comes in before the quality department approves it, is first sample roasted and then cup tasted.
But we continue to do several tests so that our customers can get the best quality coffee.
Coffee is roasted and is left to degas for 8 - 10 hours and it is then ground, brewed for 4mins and then tasted.
Objective and scientific notes are kept on the impression of each coffee bean sample, using all the five senses to objectively access the coffee based on:
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