Green coffee is a dense, raw green-to-yellow colored seed. In it’s essence, coffee is the dried seed from the fruit of a flowering tree – each fruit having 2 seeds facing each other (the flat side of the coffee “bean”) or in the case of the peaberry, a single rounded seed. Coffee is imported from coffee-producing origins in this form, then either roasted at home in small machines, on the stove or a host of other methods … or roasted at a small, local shop in a batch roaster ranging from 5 kilos to 50 kilos … or roasted at a large commercial roaster, either batch or continuous. Green coffee can be stored for months, up to a year or more in vacuum packs, with little to no flavor loss (whereas roasted coffee starts to stale within 10 days from roasting.