At Invercafe, the production role followed aims to obtain good quality in coffee by serving people surrounding the operation-base farm and supporting these producers who do not count with the proper facilities to achieve good practices in farm and limited resources. Buying cherry coffee from other farms allow us to help them with higher prices than the local market and a long-term relationship with our clients. The way coffee is produced in each farm depends on the way each one of the producers sets on. The cherry bean is selected and the fermentation for begins. Drying is the next step by letting fermenting and drying at the same time for 30 days in African beds (canopies). This coffee is full of complexity, while maintaining balance and acidity. We are tasting juicy watermelon, like chewing bubblegum, with slight hints of floral notes.