India Plantation AA coffee. Tasting notes; sweetness, light hints of spicy chocolate, fruit and nuts.
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coffee from India - Plantation AA
There are many stories about Baba Budanna, a great monk, who almost 400 years ago, during a ritual journey to Mecca, came across the drink "Qahwah" or coffee in the Arabian port city of Yemen and decided to take the seeds back to his homeland. Since the local law strictly forbade it, he hid 7 seeds in his turban and returned to his homeland. He planted the smuggled seeds in Chikmaglur, Karnataka. This is how coffee began in India and the mountains were named in his honor as Baba Budan Giri.
The plantation where the coffee comes from is Nagambika Farm, located in the south of the Chikmaglur region, on the slopes of Baba Budan Giri, the "birthplace" of Indian coffee. The farm is managed by Devraj and his wife Pallavi. The plantation has been family owned for 3 generations. They spend practically all year round on the plantation taking care of the plants. The farm covers an area of nearly 121 hectares and is practically self-sufficient. Nearby springs provide water necessary for processing of the collected coffee berries but not only - a mini hydroelectric power plant installed on the river also supplies electricity, necessary for the functioning of the farm. Between the coffee bushes on the plantation they also grow bell pepper, vanilla, cardamom, ginger, and jackfruit - that's why the coffee is different from any other. The close proximity gives the coffee a unique flavour. Growing coffee in the jungle allows man and wild animals to coexist perfectly, and there are quite a few of them in the Baba Budan Giri hills. Visits to the plantation by leopards and tigers are an everyday occurrence. However, the biggest losses in crops are caused by migration of whole herds of elephants - these animals, however, a pious Hindu does not drive out, but there is also no need to do so because, according to the beliefs of Ganesh (Hindu deity with the head of an elephant), will compensate for any losses.
Behind India's Plantation AA coffees stands not only a long and storied history, but also perfect quality and exceptional attention to detail. These are the reasons why the reputation of coffee from India is so good. The coffees are hand-picked from the trees and transported to the farm where they are sorted before being further processed. This removes from the harvest any coffee cherries that have not reached full maturity. The coffee is then processed using the fully washed method, whereby the top part of the berry is removed by washing. We offer you coffee from the last harvest that is available in Europe. On the farm we grow S-795, 9 and Cauvery varieties. The plantation is located at an altitude between 1000 and 1500 meters above sea level.
An absolutely soft Asian arabica that simply exudes its lightness. Delicate with low acidity but intense flavor. Sweetness, a hint of spicy chocolate with fruity accents and a nuttiness. Exceptionally balanced body, make it an ideal "morning coffee" regardless of how the drink is prepared. With a cup of India Plantation AA, you can only start a successful day, the first of the rest of your new life.
- Coffee species
- Continent of origin of the coffee
- Country of origin of the coffee
- Coffee region of origin
- Region of origin of the coffee
- Nagambika Farm
- Coffee processing method
- fully washed
- The leading coffee variety
- Cauvery varieties
- Coffee harvest
- 2020 - 2021
- Leading flavour notes
- Altitude of the plantation
- from 1,000 to 1,500 m.a.s.l.
- freshly roasted coffee
- Coffee category
- Caffeine level
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