In Malabar, the northern part of Kerala state, there is a very rare processing method that is employed only here in the whole world. The process can be traced back to the eighteenth century and it involves curing the coffee beans in the salty, humid sea air during the monsoon season, which results in yellowish coffee with low acidity and high density.
India is not really a homeland of specialty coffees. The majority of coffee shrubs grown in the country are Robusta, and the Arabica varietals have not always belonged to the best quality categories either, although recently an increased emphasis has been laid on the cultivation of high-quality coffees. In spite of this, we thought that this Indian coffee must be present in our selection because of its specialty
We recommend it to those who love spicy and chocolaty flavours.