Probably the most unusual coffee in India is the so-called "Monsooned Malabar". It grows at an altitude of 1,000 to 1,800 meters above sea level. in the hilly landscape of the state of Karnataka. Temperatures reach 20 ° C to 35 ° C all year round.
Our coffee comes from the Coorg region and is grown in the shade under tall trees on large plantations, so-called estates. The red cherries are picked and then during the monsoon months from June to September for weeks in covered and mostly open halls on grids, which are exposed to up to 90% high humidity. This causes the cherries to swell and naturally reduces the acidity of the beans. The beans are then dried to 12%, peeled and ready for export.
Our "India Monsooned Malabar" unfolds its heavy, deep, syrupy sweetness with a strong body and particularly low acidity. The nuances of roasted nuts, light tobacco notes and marzipan result in an unforgettable and mild balance of flavors. It is especially recommended for coffee lovers with stomach problems.