The process of grinding robusta coffee beans from the garden
the season that we have been waiting for has finally come too, in these few days we quote coffee beans in our fields, for us coffee farmers waiting for the coffee harvest season is the thing to look forward to, because our only livelihood is only in the coffee fields, if we do not the coffee harvest season we daily only take care of it while cleaning the fields to keep our coffee plantations clean.
For daily needs we only rely on the balance that we have saved before.
Living in a shelter like us has to be smart about saving because when it comes time we have to be alert or anticipate about our finances.
In the morning around 08:00 WIB we were ready to grind coffee beans, we had to sort out our kopo beans in the sack first, so that it was simpler and easier to lift into the grinding machine, it was seen that my brother and my cousin were sorting coffee beans.
if we have sorted it out then it will be easier for us for the next process.
Before the grinding process, we have to prepare a few sheets of screen or a set of mats to sift the coffee beans that have been ground.
in the area where coffee milling rental services are provided, we have to rent it to grind our coffee beans.
we had to pay it in 10 bamboos we had to pay it Rp1.500 or $0.1
it can be seen that a service person is entering coffee beans into a machine and entering coffee beans has been sorted out with my brother earlier.
we had to wait patiently for the process to be completed.
the sun this morning is very bright, quite good for the drying process of coffee beans that have been ground
After a few minutes I waited, finally the coffee bean grinding process was completed and I had to continue the drying process.
of course in the morning I had to sweat a little sweat on my body,instead of exercise in the morning I had to fight back with the sun that was so strong that morning,but it's okay that it's important I'm a little grateful for the weather at the moment.
should I complain,of course not,because this is the job I have to do.
we have to do this process of drying coffee beans in a few days, because the coffee beans do not dry in one day.
when it was late afternoon we had to roll the coffee beans that were inside Laya, the process was as seen in the picture, the coffee beans in the screen were still wet so we did a process like this.
to make it easier the next day for his drying.
The thing that annoys us the most when we dry the coffee beans is the rain.
yes... if it rains during the coffee harvest season, then our coffee beans will be moldy.
it is very influential for its sales price.
usually our good and dry coffee beans are bought in per kg of IDR 30,000 or the equivalent of $ 2.but if our coffee beans are moldy we have to be willing to cut the price from the agent.
the price is very far, they can only afford to pay for us only Rp20,000 or $1.33.
the second day of the coffee bean drying process, I am very grateful because on the second day the sun is brighter than yesterday, I opened the coffee bean screen, before the drying process we had to dry the screen first, because it was wet due to dew at night that stuck to the screen, of course I had to wait about 1 hour to dry it.
That's enough stories about the process of grinding coffee beans to the drying process, hopefully friends can enjoy it.
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