Coming to you from the Ramirez Estate Microlot in Jarabacoa region of the Dominican Republic, this?light and?silky?bean is dried using a special technique called honey processing. This means that rather than taking the coffee seeds out of the cherry and then drying them, some of the fruit is left on the seed for period of time during the drying process, infusing the bean with a lovely?natural sweetness.?The color of the honey process (in this case, red) varies by the length of time that the seeds are left to dry for, ranging from white to yellow to red to black.
Expect a?smooth,?light bodied?cup with notes of?strawberry and natural??sweetness.