Coffees of India

Indian coffee is said to be the finest coffee grown in the shade rather than direct sunlight anywhere in the world. Almost 80% of the country's coffee production is exported of that which is exported, 70% is bound for Germany, Russian federation, Spain, Belgium, Slovenia, United States, Japan, Greece, Netherlands and France, and Italy accounts for 29% of the exports.

Coffee is grown in three regions of India with Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu forming the traditional coffee growing region of India,


Our Arabica's are grown in the famous Chikmagalur range which is where the Indian Saint Baba budan bought coffee seeds to India for cultivation from Mecca where it was completely under Arab control couple of centuries ago, after which the coffee seeds where available to other countries for cultivation.

We can also provide Indian coffee’s especially from Chikmagalur, Sakleshpura and Coorg (typically from the pristine western ghats) and Araku Coffee from Eastern Ghats.

Organic - Araku

Araku coffee, grown in the Eastern Ghats of India has it's own set of buyers Internationally for being an organic produce and for its aromatic flavour. It also won the ‘Flavour of India - the Fine Cup Award’ by an International jury in Melbourne in 2012.

Integrated Tribal Development Agency (ITDA) introduced Coffee to the tribal communities. Most percentage of Araku coffee is exported to the European countries due to its high demand, i am sure you might have heard about Araku Cafe in Paris, France.

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Mysore Nuggest Extra bold

These washed Arabica beans follow all the prescriptions for PL-A coffees, but with tighter grading and sorting requirements. The beans are extra-bold, 90 percent larger than 7.5 millimeters (19 screen) in size, and 100 percent larger than 6.65 millimeters (17 screen). The grade doesn’t permit any peaberries, bits, blacks, or extraneous matter. Moisture content is 9 to 10.5 percent.

Mysore Nuggets Extra Bold is a premium coffee. In many ways, it represents the “best of the best” washed Arabica coffees from India. The beans are large and uniform, bluish-green in color, and have a clean, well-polished appearance. They provide a highly uniform roast.

These are region specific as the coffee’s have to be from these areas to be called MNEB Mysore, Coorg, Bababudan, Biligiris and Shevaroys.