Grown at higher elevations in the Cibao coffee growing region of the Dominican Republic, Cibao coffees in general are known for their low acidity.
Also see Dominican Republic Barahona Coffee; Dominican Republic Bani Coffee; Dominican Republic Ocoa Coffee; Dominican Republic Coffee.
For step-by-step instructions see Pulling A Perfect Espresso Shot as well as How to make a Latte.
Also check out the World's Best History of Coffee.
Green Coffee Production
|Year||60kg bags||Coffee grown|
|2016||400,000 bags||52,800,000 pounds|
|2015||399,954 bags||52,793,968 pounds|
|2014||396,954 bags||52,397,941 pounds|
|2013||425,394 bags||56,151,955 pounds|
|2012||488,431 bags||64,472,852 pounds|
Green Coffee Exports
|Year||60kg bags||Coffee exported|
Data may not be available for the most recent year.
produced 52,793,968 lbs
exported 2,633,400 lbs
That's only 5% exported!
Sounds like a lot? It's actually 0.3% of the coffee grown worldwide.
(that's 4,265 to 4,922 ft)
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