Honey process single origin , One farm , Columbian .
We light roast this bean to maintain the sweetness of the process that involves the farmers picking only the ripest cherries from the trees. The beans are then pulped from their outer skin, left in a layer of mucilage. This mucilage layer contains a high amount of sucrose (sugar) and acids which is really the key of the honey process.
We named it Bed Head because it is usually the coffee we go to when we first wake up .