The aforementioned diagram illustrates various steps involved in producing and packing coffee in refined form. The whole process consists of heating, evaporation, freezing, grinding, and distillation. The coffee beans are dried thrice by using sunlight, roasting and in a vacuum. The grinding process is performed two times before packing coffee powder in jars while distillation of the strained mixture is done only once.
First of all, coffee beans are picked and placed in sunlight so that they can dry. After drying, beans are roasted and cooled quickly before the beginning of the procedure of grinding. Once, coffee beans are grinded, then hot water is mixed with it, and the distillation step is inititiated to strain the mixture. The mixture is frozen in the next step, and this is further grinded before placing it in a vacuum. In a vacuum, water is evaporated, and we get dry coffee. In the last step, coffee is filled into jars with the help of nozzle, and these jars are closed with lids.