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Dominican Republic Coffee

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Sweet fruitiness and praline chocolate notes...

This single origin coffee from the Caribbean has a carnival fruitiness, juicy and well-rounded for a sensual sip. 
The balmy, humid climate and limestone-rich soil of the Dominican Republic’s Constanza Valley provide a clue to this coffee’s unique taste profile. A diverse cocktail of sweet fruitiness and praline chocolate notes, you’ll find the soft chocolatey tones spiked by a crisp apply acidity, and topped off with a delicate nutty aftertaste. Complex yet balanced, this coffee takes you on a Caribbean beach holiday, without skimping on the culture...
  • Origin

    Dominican Republic

  • Flavour

    Citrus & Bright, Sweet & Nutty

  • Body


  • Roast


  • Tastes like

    Milk chocolate pralines

  • When to drink

    Throughout the day

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* * * * * Delicious by Rob Reckless on 11th March 2015

A really good medium-bodied coffee, hints of chocolate and Hazlenut come through well. Tremendously smooth drink too.

* * * * * Very smooth by PJ on 26th February 2015

Drinking this after having stuck with a medium-dark roast coffee is just the perfect re-introduction to medium roast coffee. A hint of hazelnut and creamy milk chocolate make this a great all-rounder for filter, cafetiere and stovetop, and continues being wonderfully smooth as well - light on the acidity.

* * * * * Beautiful coffee by Dominicano on 24th February 2014

Excellent coffee. Mild with a rich body and an intense chocolate flavor.


Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic is a nation of coffee drinkers, exporting less than 20% of the 350,000-500,000 bags of Arabica produced each year! It’s easy to see why they might prefer to keep the beans to themselves – the balmy, humid climate and fertile soil of the regions around the island’s four mountain ranges couldn’t be more suitable for coffee farming. Most of the coffee produced is shade-grown for a mature, sweeter bean, and the crop is typically shaded by pine, macadamia and guava trees.

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