In the Dominican Republic, coffee is more than the power source for a busy day. It is an essential way of life.

Whilst the country may be small, she is mighty when it comes to growing coffee. The tropical, mountainous landscape lends itself to the production of complex premium coffee beans. So you can enjoy a range of coffee flavor profiles from around the island.

The farming of coffee plays an important part throughout the Dominican Republic. Typically, the coffee farms can be found at high altitudes between 2,000 and 5,000 feet. Growing under the harsher conditions at altitude means the trees take longer to grow. This results in more complex, flavorful coffee cherries. Additionally, 98% of the coffee is shade-grown under a canopy of pine, macadamia, and guava trees.

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