Growing mostly as typica varietal in the Southern region of Barahona. The Dominican Serrano Supremo is sophisticated and well prepared. The coffee is collection of a small holder farms which characterize by shade-grown style, often coffee trees are shaded by canopy of native pine, macadamia or guava trees. Uniquely, there is no specific rainy season in the Dominican Republic, instead rain falls almost all year round. This specialty coffee grows in the altitude of 3500 feet.
The process followed adds a unique flavor to this coffee. After it is demuscilated, leaving about 10% of the fruit on the bean, the coffee is allowed to sit overnight for 18 hours absorbing more sugars. Then it is given a quick wash. Immediately following this stage, the coffee is fully dried in drying tunnels with a concrete floor.