Grown way up at 5,350 feet, this estate is one of the first few places coffee was planted after it was smuggl...uh…‘brought’ to India. With the soil tanked up on minerals and lots of animals and birds for biodiversity, the beans at this altitude mature into a larger size that make for a denser and fuller brew.
Centuries ago, when the legendary Baba Budangiri dropped some of these beans in the hills of South India, even he didn’t know they’d become this absolute beast of a coffee. Grown at 4500 feet above sea level, this coffee’s got flavours that are complex like calculus. With it’s smooth, natural sweetness, it’s no surprise this bean’s been racking up so many awards!
100% Arabica If your coffee plantation is right next to a leopard sanctuary, things are definitely going to get wild. Coming from way down South, Nilgiri aka ‘Blue Mountain’ coffee is one of Tamil Nadu’s finest beans. Grown alongside the combo of sugar-cane, orange and eucalyptus, this one’s got flavours that are modern and distinct.