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Palm trees, long sandy beaches and azure water. Besides these typical peculiarities, we have also grown coffee since the year 1735, in the Dominican Republic. It impresses with spicy, chocolaty notes and is very balanced
Dominican coffee Barahona AA is characterized by a balanced acidity and a slightly fruity orange taste with distinct notes of cocoa and vanilla .
Barahona AA is a rare and unique coffee that ripens on fertile volcanic soil in the southwestern part of the country, in the Barahona region . The coffee plantations are located at an altitude of 1200-1500 m above sea level. The coffee ripens under ideal climatic conditions on small farms, where it is grown in a traditional way , which also guarantees the ecological character of the product. The Dominican Republic has several growing regions here. They are located in climatically very different zones: while it is particularly tropical on the northern coasts with 28 ° C in air and water, the south is much cooler and therefore more likely to rain.
Taste profile: chocolaty, spicy, balanced
Method of preparation: Filter coffee, Fully automatic, French Press
Brewing temperature: 92 ° -94 °
Variety: Arabica-Typica, Catuai and Caturra, sort AA
Main flower : January to March
Main harvest : September to December
Harvesting process & preparation : Picking is done by hand, then semi-dry treatment & wet processing, mostly sun-dried
Origin: Dominican Republic