The perfect cup of coffee starts with great beans and the quality of a bean depends on where it is grown. Coffee lovers have known for some time that the best coffee beans are found in the Dominican Republic where coffee trees grow among the island’s lush greenery, in partial shade, in nutrient rich volcanic soil, along the fertile mountainsides. Up until recently, Dominican coffee was hard to come by and could only be enjoyed by native Dominicans or people lucky enough to be vacationing there. The coffee of the Dominican has taken on a mythical nature, reminding those who got to experience of the paradisiacal island of days spent drinking the best coffee in the world, on the beach, surrounded by palm trees.
The best climate for growing arabica beans is a relatively cool one. The Dominican Republic has a unique ecosystem that, despite its relatively small size, boasts a wide range of climates. This range of temperatures and precipitation gives coffee growers an ideal situation in which to test out and perfect their coffee farms. Coffee producing countries with more than one wet and dry season have more than one harvesting season and this too is also a benefit of coffee grown in theDominican.
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