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Dominican Coffee Beans

Posted on 17 October 2012 by admin

Introduction Dominican Coffee Beans

Dominican coffee beans come from many different parts of the Dominican Republic. These flavorful beans are known for making some of the best coffee blends in the world. In fact, the national non-alcoholic drink of the Dominican Republic is very proud of their fine coffee blends. Dominican coffee beans produce some of the finest blends of coffee. These beans are strong, but can produce rich blends that leave a long lasting flavor. Dominican coffee beans are very dense. The denser that a coffee bean is the better flavor it is guaranteed to have.

History of Dominican Coffee

The history of Dominican coffee dates back as far as eighteenth century. Historically, these beans were not the best for making coffee. In the eighteen hundreds, coffee made up for almost thirty two percent of the trade in the Dominican Republic. Coffee in the Dominican Republic often is served in an espresso sized cup. Coffee production occurs all over the Dominican Republic, but most often Bani, Ocoa, and Ciabo are the small towns most often associated with coffee bean production. Dominican coffee beans are often grown in areas that do not have a lot of sunlight. Since these beans are grown mostly in the shade, these beans have a very robust flavor. The Dominican Republic is well known for having some of the best coffee beans in the entire world for many years.


Dominican coffee beans have a very robust flavor. The strong flavor of these beans make them very popular among coffee drinkers. Dominican coffee is also very sweet. Since Dominican coffee beans originate from all over the Dominican Republic, it is difficult to pinpoint the source of their robust flavor (the mother coffee species that provides these attribute). Besides being incredibly strong, Dominican coffee is also known for being very sweet. Dominican coffee is brewed with sugar to create the sweet taste. These beans come from coffee cherries. The cherries bloom from the flowers on the plant. The bean comes from the cherries.

Taste of This Coffee Bean

These coffee beans produces a very distinct and robust flavor; In fact, the strong potent flavor will bowl you over if you are not prepared for it. Dominican coffee is very sweet, which can also be overbearing if you are not used to it. These coffee beans produce a blend that has a high acidity. Dominican coffee beans produce blends that are strong, sweet, and small in size. The small size is all that is required to enjoy the rich flavoring these blends have to offer. These beans produce rich full bodied blends that are not dry at all. The flavor last long after the cup of coffee has been finished.


Overall, Dominican coffee beans produce very strong and potent blends that are well known for having a robust flavor. These rich blends have a very sweet flavor that is also very strong. Dominican coffee blends are best served in small espresso cups. Because of their strong flavoring only a small serving is required. I have personally tried out the coffee bean, with some strange twist of fate I left the cup of coffee unattended allowing it to cool down. To my surprise after coming back to enjoying it, it tasted funky which is a plus for specialty coffee like these. Now go find your local Specialty coffee bar and try it out.


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