National Geographic : 1944 Nov
© National Geographic Society 'oaacnrome oy.LuIs iarIueu Glossy Coffee Berries Arriving at the Mill Look Like Cranberries from New England Bogs Ripe coffee is brought by oxcart, truck, and train to El Molino, one of the world's most up-to-date coffee mills. Near Santa Ana, ElMolino processes more than 100,000 bags each season. Berries go to depulpers, where outer covering is removed. Beans are then fermented, washed, and dried bysun and artificial heat.