Arabica is the predominant variety grown in the Dominican Republic. In particular, these are the varieties Typica, Catuai and Catimores. To this day, coffee is grown in the traditional way and mainly by micro-producers (almost 50,000 in total). Since there are several coffee-growing regions in the Dominican Republic, they are located in very different climatic zones: while the northern coasts in particular are tropical with 28 °C in the air and water, the south is much cooler and more likely to receive rain.
„The coffee produced in our farms have a high niveau post-harvest handling, mainly using the washed method. The cup profile is soft and characterized by having a perfect balance between body and acidity, an intense aroma.
Our plantations are mostly planted under shade, helping the slow and good ripening of coffee fruits and help preserving the environment.“