Wet-hulled is a method of processing coffee cherries involving removing the hull and husk at a greater moisture level than other techniques. It is used in very humid environments and is the predominate processing method used in Indonesia. Harvested coffee cherries are run through a depulper to remove the skin, then fermented overnight to break down the fruit layers surrounding the bean. They are dried until the moisture levels are reduced to approximately 75-85% before the parchment layer is removed for further drying, aiming for 12-13% of the original moisture levels. Wet-hulled coffees emphasize body and mutes the acidity.