Three amazing coffees from a single farm. At first impulse, you'd think they're going to taste the same, or maybe even a little similar. But they are very different.
Each of these coffees use a different coffee processing method. To read more about coffee processing, check out this article. But if you want to reader's digest version, here it is.
Dry Process: The coffee cherries are dried with the skins on and they generally produce a more fruited and rich cup.
Wet Process: The coffee cherries are washed and the beans are dried clean. This generally shows the best version of the coffee origin and produce a most complex cup.
Honey Process: The coffee cherries are dried with the pulp, but no skin on them. These are generally the sweetest version of those coffees.
I highly recommend trying this 3 pack, because you'll get to see these processes on full display and it will help you determine which process is your favorite.