Indian Monsoon Malabar
Indian coffee is characterized by a medium to full body, low acidity and a fine spiciness, which can be detected.
Grown at an altitude ranging from 1000-1600 meters above sea level, coffee is mostly grown in the south in the following regions: Karnataka, Mysore, Kerala, Malabar and Tamilnadu. Unique to India, all the coffee is grown under tree shade and often alongside a variety of spices, which contribute to their distinctive aroma.
Monsoon coffees are named after India's monsoon winds. This Arabica bean is is packaged and store in open-aired buildings expose bean to the monsoon air. The monsooning process takes 12 to 16 weeks
Full name: India Monsoon Malabar
Roast level: Full City / Dark
Region: Karnataka, Mysore, Kerala, Malabar and Tamilnadu
Altitude: 1000-1600 masl
A note about freshness
To increase shelf life and preserve freshness, it is best to buy the beans whole and grind them at home. That said, we understand that not everyone has a coffee grinder at home. Select the type of grind for the way you normally prepare your coffee. Not sure? Check out our handy chart.
This coffee will begin to hit its peak flavour around 4-6 days AFTER the roast date.