DOMA Coffee

February 2022 Featured Espresso Subscription Roaster

DOMA is named after the owner’s two sons, Dominic and Marco. Our original logo with ‘The Man’ is a picture of Terry’s father at the beach in Coeur d’Alene in the 1940’s with the Playland Pier in the background.

Roasting at DOMA combines science and craft. Each small-batch is methodically trialed, tested and recorded in order to create flavorful, consistent roasts.We are proud of our coffees, but it’s what happens “off-label” that sets us apart. DOMA works hard to better our communities-both local and global-through philanthropy and outreach. Most importantly, we strive to improve our knowledge of the industry and better business practices.We are passionate about coffee, and we’ve built a life around this passion.

Our dedication to the craft and our commitment to sustainability connects us to our customers.

With that, here are the coffees we’ve chosen for you this month…

Vito’s Espresso

This medium-bodied blend of Central and South American coffees is our perfect go-to for espresso and exceptional in a milky beverage, such as a cappuccino. This coffee represents our ongoing quest to build a vibrant and complex espresso. The Colombia and Guatemala components of this coffee are fully washed, lending nougaty sweetness, with a natural Brazil providing a balanced honey note.

Coffee Name: Vito’s Espresso Blend

Origin: Brazil, Colombia, Guatemala

Producer: Fazenda Monte Verde, Producers of Bucaramanga, San Antonio Chaguite

Process: Mixed, Natural-processed Brazil, Washed Colombia & Guatemala

Tasting Notes: Nougat, honey, molasses

Brew Recipe

Brew Ratio: 1:1.5 (Normale)

In: 19g

Out: 28—38g

Time: 25-35 seconds

Temperature: 202F

Pressure: 9 bar

Pre-Bre / Pre-Infusion: None

Brazil Minas Gerais

This coffee is a fresh-crop natural from Fazenda Passeio in the Minas Gerais region of Brazil. We chose this coffee to send to you because of its highly nuanced flavor profile when brewed as an espresso. The long extraction you’ll find in this recipe provides excellent maple sweetness, with a delightful malic acidity. This coffee makes a perfect morning doppio.

Coffee Name: Brazil Minas Gerais

Origin: Brazil Minas Gerais

Producer: Fazenda Passeio

Elevation: 1,150 masl

Process: Natural

Tasting Notes: Pecan, maple syrup, apple

Brew Recipe

Brew Ratio: 1:2.5 (Normale-Lungo)

In: 18g

Out: 45—54g

Time: 35-40 seconds

Temperature: 202F

Pressure: 9 bar 

Pre-Brew / Pre-Infusion: none

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