DR Congo

DR Congo

Although commercial production of coffee did not begin in Congo in any meaningful way until the end of the nineteenth century, Robusta has been known to grow wild throughout the region for so long that 100 years ago Robusta was sometimes called “Congo coffee” regardless of where it was grown. In 1895, a well-known botanist, professor Lament, toured the country and declared it so suitable for growing coffee that it could become a “second Brazil," and Arabica plantings increased dramatically. By 1905, half a million coffee plants were under cultivation and exports reached 41 tons.
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  2. Vanilla, rum and raisin, stone fruits, cranberry
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  3. Green apple, pepper, fresh greens
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  4. Creamy milk chocolate, light florals, soft mouthfeel
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  5. Black pepper, chocolate, clean and rounded
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  6. Goji berry, blackcurrant, vanilla, red apple.
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