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Coffee Origin: Southwest Coast of India
This coffee was harvested from a 450-acre farm located in Manjarabad in southwest India. The farm was originally founded by the British and is now over 120 years old. The farmers work extremely hard to produce high quality coffee with a unique taste. After washing the beans, they undergo an extensive fermentation process followed by tray and mechanical drying to produce the best results for their customers. The resulting cup is very complex, it has very low acidity with a rich creamy body and distinct cocoa finish.
Our Indian Monsooned Malabar AA is the highest quality grade for a monsooned coffee.
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Coffee in India
The famous lore says coffee was introduced to India by a saint named Baba Budan in the 16th century, while on a pilgrimage to Mecca. He wanted to share his findings with his country, so he brought seven coffee beans from the Yemeni port, and planted them on the Chandragiri Hills in present day Karnataka. Here it all began. India is the only country that grows all of its coffee under shade, creating an exotic and unique coffee. There are around 50 types of shade trees dispersed on plantations, which help to prevent soil from moving on a steep slope. Also the trees keep the continuous cycle of decomposition alive, bringing up rich nutrients to help the coffee plants protect themselves from quick weather changes. Also, varieties of spice and fruit crops grow amongst the coffee plantations in India.
Grade indicators, which vary by country, are used to describe the largest beans: AA India, Kenya, Tanzania, and Papua New Guinea or AAA in Peru. Beans with a screen size of 17 or 18 (17-18/64 of an inch) are assigned the AA which denotes the size, shape and density of the bean. It is a well-known fact that the largest A bean is going to produce more of the treasured oils that give your coffee the fabulous aroma and intense flavor.
India's AA grade is based on the fewest visual imperfections and largest bean size. In order to ensure the quality of monsooned coffee, only "A" grades of both Arabica Cherry and Robusta Cherry are subjected to monsooning.
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