Indian Monsoon Malabar Nº 53
Indian Monsoon Malabar Nº 53
Indian Monsoon Malabar Nº 53
Indian Monsoon Malabar Nº 53
Indian Monsoon Malabar Nº 53
Indian Monsoon Malabar Nº 53

Indian Monsoon Malabar Nº 53

From £6.25

Tastes Like:

Chocolate, Cedar, Smokey

Roast:

The monsoon coffee beans are now legendary and a popular favourite with customers although be warned it's not for the faint-hearted! The process dates back to Read more

About Indian Monsoon Malabar Nº 53

The monsoon coffee beans are now legendary and a popular favourite with customers although be warned it's not for the faint-hearted! The process dates back to the sixteenth-century and exposes the coffee to the warm and moist winds of the Indian monsoon season changing the way the coffee looks and tastes. Read more about the process below in the farm info tab.

Expect notes of chocolate, cedar and spice.

Size: SMALL 250g

Grind: WHOLE BEAN

Whole Bean If you grind your own beans
Cafetiere Suitable for Cafetiere & Chemex, coarse grind
Filter Suitable for Drip & V60 filters, Aeropress & Stovetop
Espresso Suitable for Espresso machines (for DeLonghi choose Filter grind)
Good to know…
  • Free delivery when you spend over £25
    Free delivery when you spend over £25
  • Dispatched next working day
    Dispatched next working day
  • Roasted fresh to every order
    Roasted fresh to every order
  • Our packaging is completely recycable
    Our packaging is completely recycable

Delivery information

Roasted & dispatched the next working day via Royal Mail Tracked service.

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Chikmagalur, India

Process

Monsooned

Producers

Various Farms

Grown

Chikmagalur

Altitude

1100m

Varietals

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Legend has it that India monsooned Malabar was accidentally developed in southern India during the sixteenth century. The story is that the coffee was exposed to monsoon winds and rain whilst being stored at the coastal units, shipping ports and whilst sailing from India to Europe. The damp and humid monsoon conditions cause the coffee to swell, go pale in colour and significantly altered the taste of the coffee. So much so that it produced a unique flavour and Indian monsooned malabar coffee beans were born! The coffee is now legendary and in great demand, so the monsooning process has been streamlined to produce Monsoon Malabar coffee with a strict quality control process rather than the old fashioned method of using galleon ships!. The new process starts with the grading of the Arabica Coffee Cherry. It is then exposed to the warm and moist Indian monsoon winds in ventilated warehouses on the Malabar coast. This process runs during the monsoon months of June through to September during which time the Arabica coffee is regularly raked and turned as it absorbs moisture from the warm air.

Did you know

During the monsoon process the coffee swells to twice its original size and changes to a straw-like, golden colour · The bean texture changes and becomes brittle. The acidity is muted and the coffee takes on spicy, smokey chocolate flavours

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