And how much is it where you live? I drink local coffee here in Jarabacoa not Cafe Santo Domingo, but what are you on about?
Indeed.Remember the blight...... ruined the crop for years to come
“Un reportaje reciente de la agencia EFE destaca que el 92% del café que consumen los dominicanos llega de Vietnam.”
92% of coffee consumed in DR is from Vietnam.
http://www.iica.int/es/prensa/noticias/current-situation-coffee-production-dominican-republic here is the latest status report I could find on the rust situation. note it shows that in some provinces like La Vega that only a little over 20% of coffee plants were affected by rust.
Not Santo Domingo, Douwe Egberts, real coffee, not VietnameseAnd how much is it where you live? I drink local coffee here in Jarabacoa not Cafe Santo Domingo, but what are you on about?
Not Santo Domingo, Douwe Egberts, real coffee, not Vietnamese
90% is not dominican. That is why it is ....
By the way, we pay 3 € 250 grams here of real coffee, not mixed up with other stuff.
Bustelo a Much Tastier cafe than the tampered with (everyone knows this) cafe santo domingo.I usually drink Cafe Bustelo while I'm in the US. It's about as Dominican as the stuff available on the island (unless you get it from the estate producers) and it's only about $5/pound.
Even the coffee quality in Jarabacoa has suffered greatly because of the rust. The Ramirez sopent a small fortune on fungicides on their crops and even their traditional high quality suffered.Local coffee in Jarabacoa is 100 percent coffee from the DR. Cost anywhere from 185 to 260 pesos per lb. I can take a trip to Angostura ( near Jarabacoa but higher up) and get it cheaper right off the farm. Monte Alto is pure unmixed Dominican coffee direct from Jarabacoa área. There are several other small local coffee producer that produce and sell a good flavored coffee. you are paying 350 pesos per lb.