Our Process

Momentto Coffee Process


Utilizing our custom built proprietary process, state of the art blending, roasting and packaging equipment, we are able to remove all of the fillers and impurities commonly found such as: dust, rocks, sticks, and chaffs (coffee skin). We guarantee our coffee is smooth, bitterness free and low acid. All of our coffees are handcrafted and made per order.

Check the quality of your coffee. Take the test at the bottom of the page!

Our coffee goes through 7 filtration systems before being packaged

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    Green coffee screening

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    Filtering the dust out

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    Removing chaffs (coffee skin)

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    Removing Chaffs from cooling tray

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    Removing stones and other impurities from custom built destoner

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    Loading and filtering roasted coffee to silo

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    Loading and filtering roasted coffee by vacuum to packaging machine

How do you know if the coffee you are drinking is good quality coffee?

Good Coffee

  • Smooth
  • Bitterness free
  • Low acid
  • Stays bitterness free hours after being brewed
  • Has oils on the beans
  • The beans are not broken
  • Has no fillers
  • Fresh
  • Has a strong aroma
  • Full of flavor

Bad Coffee

  • Bitter
  • Acidic
  • Is bitter within a couple hours of being brewed
  • Over roasted
  • No oils on the beans
  • Barely has a smell
  • Beans break easily (due to being over roasted and/or low quality)

If you would like to do a test at home to find out what kind of coffee you have been drinking follow these few steps:

Test 1:

  1. Brew coffee (based on your time preference)
  2. Try a cup after you brew it, write down a description of the taste
  3. Leave the coffee for a couple of hours, write down a description of the taste
  4. Leave the coffee for a couple more hours, write down a description of the taste

If your coffee taste changes and becomes bitter it is not good coffee throw it away. Coffee is never supposed to be bitter; it is supposed to be smooth and flavorful no matter how light or dark the roast is. Coffee will never become bitter if it is roasted and processed properly. Bitter coffee is very acidic and it can cause ulcers over time.

Test 2:

  1. Get out a white sheet of paper.
  2. Place a couple of coffee beans on it
  3. Put light to moderate pressure on it

If the coffee bean breaks easily and looks like ash then the coffee was over roasted and is low quality.