El Cibao Ebano Verde
Recommended preparation :
Roasting : medium +
Flavor intensity : medium-bodied, complex, extremely low in acidity
Notes : notes of chocolate, nuts, citrus with floral or fruity undertones
Variety : 100% Arabica, Caturra & Catimor , Grade AA
Mounting height : 1,200-1,500m
Origin : Cordillera Central & Sierra de Bahoruco, Dominican Republic
Brewing temperature : 92°-94°
Farms : Ramirez Estate, Belarminio Ramirez e Hijos, SA
Harvesting process & processing : Picking is done by hand, then semi-dry processing & wet processing, mostly sun-dried
Dominican coffee Ebano Verde AA is characterized by a balanced acidity and a slightly fruity orange flavor with clear notes of cocoa and vanilla .
Ebano Verde is a rare and unique coffee that grows 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 is aged in ideal climatic conditions on small farms where it is grown in a traditional way , which further guarantees the ecological character of the product. The Dominican Republic has several growing regions here. They are located in very different climatic zones: while it is tropical, especially on the northern coast with 28 °C in air and water, the south is much cooler and there is a higher probability of rain.
Coffee from the Dominican Republic is known for its rich taste and diverse aromas. The country's coffee production is concentrated in the mountainous regions, particularly the Cordillera Central and the Sierra de Bahoruco. There, the altitude and the climate offer optimal conditions for the cultivation of high-quality Arabica coffee.
Flavors : Dominican coffee is characterized by a variety of flavors, including notes of chocolate, nuts, citrus, and sometimes floral or fruity undertones. This complex flavor structure is the result of the rich soil, climate and farming methods.
Body : Dominican coffee is typically medium to full-bodied. This means that it has a pleasant mouthfeel and offers a good balance between light and heavy coffees.
Cultivation methods : In some regions of the Dominican Republic, coffee is cultivated in a sustainable and ecological way. This means chemical fertilizers and pesticides are minimized to promote bean quality and environmental conservation.