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MEET OUR PRODUCERS

Each batch of coffee comes from the farm of a small producer who has received a fairer payment than the market is used to, this being our way of honoring their work. By telling the story of who produces it in the package, we connect you with the hands that lovingly take care of every detail in the coffee plantation so that you receive a coffee that awakens you, at the same time that it makes you dream. These producers and producers also have the assurance that their coffee is roasted with all quality standards to achieve a unique product. There is a story behind every cup of coffee. We want to tell you about it.

HISTORY COLOR COFFEE

Color café was born from our great love for coffee and the Dominican Republic, we sought to merge our work with our passion. We were developing a beautiful project which allowed us to get to know a lot about our island and its beautiful corners, in search of the perfect Dominican coffee bean. This project has given us the opportunity to get to know the history and culture of coffee in the Dominican Republic in depth.

Working hand in hand with our producers, we managed to develop a high quality specialty coffee. We surround ourselves with producers who are passionate about what they do and blindly believe in giving love to coffee plantations, thus obtaining a product with intense, honeyed and natural flavors.

We receive coffee as a raw material, in green, and we roast the coffee with a lot of love, delicacy and passion. We want to offer our people and the rest of the world, a coffee of great quality and freshness, in order to represent our island as it deserves, in style.

We seek to color your days with a 100% Dominican coffee that leaves you savoring the diversity, passion and culture of our island.

100% local product. Harvested, processed and roasted in the Dominican Republic.

SOURCE

Our coffee comes from the Dulcikafe farm, located in the southwest of the country in the Sierra de Bahoruco, specifically in the municipality of Polo, in the province of Barahona. The farms being located between 900 to 1200 meters above sea level, have a varied vegetation and a climate that maintains a permanent humidity habitat with fertile soil and ideal for growing coffee.

This sector of the island has a tropical insular climate with a temperature that varies between 16 "C and 28" C throughout the year, with annual rainfall of 1500 to 2500 mm and a terrain of 900 and 1200 meters of altitude, which benefits a lot coffee production.

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