ABOUT THE REGION

PRODUCING REGIONS

Cibao, Bani, Azua, Ocoa, Barahona and Juncalito.

HARVEST

October to June

Coffee was introduced in the 1700’s to the Dominican Republic and has since been welcomed as a principal crop for small-scale farmers. The hilly landscapes, tropical forests and abundant rainfall provide an interesting eco-climate for coffee cultivation against medium altitudes at most. The cup profile tends to be full bodied with good aroma and acidity depending on the growing region. Bani leans towards a softer cup whereas Barahona boasts stronger acidity and a heavier body

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ORIGIN PROFILE

  • CapitalSanto Domingo
  • Area49,000 sq. km
  • Population10.53 million
  • LanguageSpanish
  • CurrencyDominican Peso
  • Annual
    Production
    153,300 60kg Bags
  • Coffee Producing
    Area
    120,000 hectares [estimated]
  • Producing
    Regions
    Cibao, Bani, Azua, Ocoa, Barahona and Juncalito.
  • Coffee VarietalsBourbon, Caturra, Typica, Caturra, Catuai And Nuevo Mondo
  • TerrainRugged highlands and mountains with fertile valleys
  • AltitudeMountain peaks at 1259 MASL, valleys at 0 - 600 MASL
  • SoilRich, fertile
  • ProcessingWashed

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