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Bestseller No. 1
Bru Instant Coffee and Roasted Chicory, 7 Ounce
47 Reviews
Bru Instant Coffee and Roasted Chicory, 7 Ounce
  • Premium quality
  • Coffee blend that celebrates coming together of friends, family, and anybody who enjoys a cup of real coffee
  • Its great aroma introduces you to its finest taste
  • Great black or with milk
  • Coffee blended with chicory root for a deep, dark flavor
  • Product of India
Bestseller No. 2
South Indian Mysore Coffee
19 Reviews
South Indian Mysore Coffee
  • Deckan Coffee Co.
  • Kitchen
Bestseller No. 3
Indian Coffee - Monsoon Malabar AA, Whole Bean, 16-ounce
435 Reviews
Indian Coffee - Monsoon Malabar AA, Whole Bean, 16-ounce
  • 100% Authentic Indian Coffee - Monsoon Malabar AA that is Low Acid Coffee with exceptionally smooth, full bodied with pleasant chocolate undertones.
  • Wonderful for those of us who like a smooth robust flavor to our coffe, but cannot drink it because of the acid content. With this particular coffee, you can drink flavorful coffee and not worry about reflux or ulcers.
  • Medium roasted whole beans for a remarkable taste.
  • Fresh roasted the immediately packed and sealed to assure freshness.
  • 100% Customer Satisfaction Guaranteed
Bestseller No. 4
Enchanted Indian Coffee, Single Origin, Micro-lot, Direct Trade
16 Reviews
Enchanted Indian Coffee, Single Origin, Micro-lot, Direct Trade
  • Coffee Beans, Gourmet Coffee, single origin from a single farm, Coffee
  • 100% Arabica Grade AA, we air roast our beans.
  • Shade Grown at an elevation of 4000ft above sea level
  • Hand picked, Pulped, Fermented for 16 hours, Washed and Sun dried
  • Direct Trade comes from the farm to your table
Bestseller No. 5
Coffee Bean Direct Indian Monsooned Malabar, Whole Bean Coffee, 5-Pound Bag
899 Reviews
Coffee Bean Direct Indian Monsooned Malabar, Whole Bean Coffee, 5-Pound Bag
  • Coffee is roasted fresh immediately prior to packaging
  • Coffee beans are slow-roasted to bring out a fuller, more even flavor
  • Whole bean coffee stays fresher longer
  • Coffee beans are packaged to ensure optimal freshness
  • A special coffee bean that tastes like no other type
Bestseller No. 6
Cafe Molido - Coffee El Indio Extra Fuerte | Ground Strong Coffee From Honduras | 16 individual bags total of 1 ounce each | Guaranteed Best Coffee 100% Customer Satisfaction
11 Reviews
Cafe Molido - Coffee El Indio Extra Fuerte | Ground Strong Coffee From Honduras | 16 individual bags total of 1 ounce each | Guaranteed Best Coffee 100% Customer Satisfaction
  • CAFÉ MOLIDO EL INDIO: ground coffee from Honduras, produced with best-harvested grains of coffee.
  • THE SMOOTHEST COFFEE YOU COULD EVER HAVE: Café El Indio has an irresistible flavor and aRoma.  Has an intense dark color when brewed. It is surprisingly smooth and not bitter like many dark coffees.
  • TAKE YOUR COFFEE EVERY MORNING AND SAVE TIME: Café El Indio comes with 16 individual plastic bags with 1 ounce each.
  • GUARANTEED BEST COFFEE 100% Customer Satisfaction
SaleBestseller No. 7
Monsooned Malabar AA Coffee, Whole Bean Coffee, Fresh Roasted Coffee LLC. (2 lb.)
120 Reviews
Monsooned Malabar AA Coffee, Whole Bean Coffee, Fresh Roasted Coffee LLC. (2 lb.)
  • Single Origin
  • Coffee is roasted in our environmentally friendly coffee roaster.
  • 2 lb. Bag, Whole Bean
  • Mild Body, Medium Roast
SaleBestseller No. 8
India Hicks: A Slice of England
25 Reviews
India Hicks: A Slice of England
  • India Hicks
  • Publisher: Rizzoli
  • Hardcover: 224 pages

 

Top 10 Important facts about Indian Coffee

Coffee production in India has a rich historical significance in addition to an economic significance. Some important points have been discussed below:

1. History of coffee production in India

Coffee was smuggled in from Ethiopia in the 15th century where it was brought to Arabia. According to the Indian context, a Muslim saint Baba Budan hid seven coffee beans in his beard and brought them from Yemen to India. The carrying of specifically seven coffee beans was considered to be a religious act.

2. The Economic significance of coffee production in India

There are around 250,000 coffee growers in India with 98% of them being small growers. In 2009, coffee production in India was responsible for 4.5% of the global production. India exports almost 80% of its coffee to the Westen and Far East Asian countries through the Suez Canal.

3. Indian monsooned coffee

India is famous for its heavy monsoon rains. These rainfalls give rise to coffee which is termed as monsooned coffee. The taste of this coffee is described as “The best Indian coffee reaches the flavor characteristics of Pacific coffees, but at its worst, it is simply bland and uninspiring”.

4. The Coffee Board of India

In 1942, the government of India established the Coffee Board of India with the intention of regulating its trade, production, and export. It also passed the Coffee VI act of 1942 which protected the small-scale farmers.

5. Commercial success coffees of India

A sweet milky coffee made from dark roasted beans known as the Indian filter coffee or Kaapi became a huge commercial success in the 1940’s. The most commonly used beans are the Arabica and Robusta beans.

6. Coffee consumption in India

Most of the Indian coffee is consumed at home instead of in fancy cafes as in North America. Although, a variant of coffee known as the Chai tea latte has started to be served in most of the cafes and roadside open-air restaurants known as Dhabbas.

7. Coffee growing regions of India

India has eight main coffee growing regions located in the southern part of the country. The regions with the highest elevation produce the best quality of coffee in the country. These regions are the Baba budans, Niligris and Shevaroy.

8. The taste profile of Indian coffee

Indian coffee has a full, round body. It has a sweet taste with distinctive occasional spicy or chocolatey coffee. This sweetness allows the coffee to be used in espresso blends, as a base for Italian-style blends.

9. Economic development and environmental bio-diversity

Coffee in India is grown under thick natural shade in ecologically sensitive regions of the Ghats, which are one of the 25 biodiversity hotspots of the world. This help sustains economic development and biodiversity of this region.

10. Diseases of the Indian coffee

Indian coffee has been known to be affected by a fungus known as Hemileia Vastatrix and the coffee rot, both of which have caused considerable damage to these crops in India.

Coffee is an integral part of the Indian economy with the government giving it due importance by regulating its trade and commerce. The rise of coffee consumption trends in cafes will add to the importance of coffee in this region.

 

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