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INDIA

MONSOONED MALABAR AA

The majority of Indian coffee is grown and processed in the Chikmagalur region. There, the coffee grows on steep mountain slopes at 1100m altitude. Our Monsooned Malabar comes from the Karadykan Estate, which is located in Chikmagalur. In 1890, Karadykan was founded by the two British brothers W.L. and C.S. Crawford, and later became the property of Sangameshwar Coffee. By absorbing moisture during monsoon rains, the coffee develops its extraordinary cup profile and aroma.

GROWING REGION

Country India

Region Chikmagalur, Karnataka

Coffee farm Karadykan Estate

Precipitation 2000 - 2300mm annual rainfall from July - Oct.

QUALITY

Coffee type Arabica

Quality Monsooned Malabar AA

Crop 2023

Harvest time Dec. - April

Harvest method Picking

Altitude 1100m

Variety S795, S9 & Catimor

Processing Monsooned

Soil type Clay & laterit soil

Irrigation Natural rainfall

Ref. No. P11020

CUP PROFILE

roasted hazelnut | brown spice | dark chocolate | pipe tobacco

History of Monsooned coffee

Exploring the History of Monsooned Coffee

In this video, Philippa will share the interesting story of Monsooned Malabar coffee.

Click to watch and learn!

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