12 oz. Bag — $22
This popular coffee is back and the new crop is better than ever! The Ramirez estate's slow aged natural process takes over 8 months, allowing the fruit’s natural flavors and sugars to permeate the bean. This results in a deliciously sweet cup with a lovely balance of fruity and earthy flavors.
The family-owned Ramirez estate, located in Ciabao, Dominican Republic, is known for its exceptional coffee, support of social programs, and care of the environment. Their fermented coffee cherries are used to create natural gas that partially powers the estate. The Ramirez family donates books and computers to the local schools in need, and in a remote rural area they built and funded a new school. The estate has a program to assist Haitian workers obtain legal residence in the Dominican Republic, to assure they receive fair wages.
For this slow aged natural coffee, cherries were fermented for 24 hours in a sealed environment then spread out to dry in the shade for 18 days. The coffee was then stored in its dried cherry for 8 months to allow the fruit’s natural flavors and sugars to permeate the bean.
Perhaps the simplest and most well known of all the manual brew methods, the French Press is known for making a thick cup with great body. When used properly, the press can also present plenty of sweet and fruity notes.
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