Dominican Org. Ramirez Estate – Washed Processed

(1 customer review)

$7.25

This was a lovely arrival, similar to last season, a very tasty unique coffee. Cleaner at the lighter roasts with a little acidity upfront, a bit nutty/caramel and floral at the lighter roast points. Turns into a very classic tasting Dominican coffee at the fuller roasts. Fuller bodied with low acidity and very complex darker tones; chocolate, tobacco earthiness, molasses and smoky – it is one complex tasting coffee.

412 in stock

Subtotal:

Add-ons total:

Total:

Arrival Date:

08/11/20

Lot #:

0001

Origin:

Dominican Republic

Processing Method:

Washed

$7.25

1 lb

$6.75

2

$6.60

5

$6.25

20

$5.90

60+ lbs

Description

Cafe Kreyol goes into some of the most impoverished and troubled areas that are within prime coffee growing territory, organizes farmers, teaches how to correctly process beans, guarantees purchase of the beans at way above market prices ensuring it goes directly to the farmers and strives to really turn around some of the more troubled areas, putting people to work at well above average wages and ensuring future livelihoods.

Joey, the head of Cafe Kreyol, even strives for his US employees the above statement. He finds the hardest working individuals with great work ethics that for one reason or another have really been put down with employment and troubled times to help them recover and build a resume while also being able to help others.

One can feel really good about supporting any of Cafe Kreyol’s projects and for the most part – really tasty coffees as well.

Cafe Kreyol projects including this one are project coffees (although this is the nicest screen out of the lot), these are not a 0 defect beautiful large screen coffee. It takes around 5-7 years to really turn out a prime coffee operation and most of these are on year 2-3. Great tasting cups but keep in mind – not the worlds best screen.

In 1943, Mr. Belarminio Ramirez started a small company dedicated to the cultivation and marketing of coffee, which over the years grows into a family tradition involves three generations already. The Belarminio Ramirez Group was named in his honor. Currently, the company owns 350 hectares of coffee production, located in the mountains of the central range between 800 and 1500 meters above sea.

Tasting Notes:
This was a lovely arrival, similar to last season, a very tasty unique coffee. Cleaner at the lighter roasts with a little acidity upfront, a bit nutty/caramel and floral at the lighter roast points. Turns into a very classic tasting Dominican coffee at the fuller roasts. Fuller bodied with low acidity and very complex darker tones; chocolate, tobacco earthiness, molasses and smoky – it is one complex tasting coffee.

Roasting Notes:
Make sure to play around with the roast on this guy, light to dark a tasty cup but pretty different. Lighter roasts you get sweet and delicate, dark you get strong and complex. A nice medium roast is where we settled on being our favorite but a bean everyone will love at slightly different roasts.

Additional information

Arrival Date:

08/11/20

Lot #:

0001

Origin:

Dominican Republic

Processing Method:

Washed

1 review for Dominican Org. Ramirez Estate – Washed Processed

  1. Anne (verified owner)

    I ordered some of these beans on a Wednesday (after business hours) and received them on Saturday of the same week. Needless to say they shipped quickly. In my humble opinion the beans are of great quality. I say this because I have ordered Organic Ramirez Estate green beans from another company before and the beans looked like they had been sitting in a warehouse too long (small dark spots on some of the beans and the color didn’t seem right). Most of the green coffee beans I buy are from a local business but they don’t sell Dominican beans, so I get them online. Those beans (the ones I buy locally) are very fresh, devoid of spots or discoloration. I was really stoked when I saw that the beans I ordered from Bruman Coffee appear to be very fresh as well (no spots or discoloration of the beans).

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *