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Sundried coffee as the name suggests involves drying of beans with the heat and energy of the sun. The dry process is the most simple, effective and natural way to dry the beans. Sun dried coffee interacts with the energy from the rays and undergoes changes in the chemical composition of the cherry. This leaves a unique taste and flavor in the coffee which is what makes sun-dried coffee interesting and curious. The dry process requires very hot weather making it suitable only in few places. It is done mainly in Brazil, Paraguay and 90% of the Arabica coffee which is mainly produced in India. After the wet process, the beans are then parched and readied to dry. At that moment, the beans...