THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO HAPPINESS IS A BAG OF FRESHLY ROASTED COFFEE

THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO HAPPINESS IS A BAG OF FRESHLY ROASTED COFFEE

[ ROAST DAY 28 OCT 2020 ]
NEXT ROAST DAY 01 NOV 2020

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The World's Favourite Coffees

Crafted in India

With a sourcing network built over three decades and spanning across multiple continents, we identify some of the best coffees in the world and craft them to perfection in India.

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Mistletoe (Holiday Blend)

from 420.00
  • Producers: Various
  • Region: Karnataka
  • Type: 80% Arabica, 20% Robusta
  • Roast Profile: Omni Roast
  • Altitude: 950 – 1400 MASL
  • Process: Washed, Pulp Sun Dried
  • Varieties:  Selection 9, Catimor, Old Robusta
  • Flavor Notes: Cinnamon, Berries, Roasted Almonds

As the carol bells ring and the winter chills swim through your sweaters, we bring to you this little bag of warmth carefully designed to light up your holidays with cheer and delight!

This three-way blend creates a divine communion between two diverse washed Arabicas and a very gently-spiced and smooth-textured, pulp-sun dried Robusta. We’ve used Robusta in a blend for the first time and the result will make you feel as cozy as the twinkling sunlight on a cold December morning.

Task this blend with any machine of choice – Aeropress, French Press, V60, Chemex, Espresso, Moka Pot, Channi or whatever else; this Omni roast survives all. Whether you have someone to kiss under the mistletoe or not, you’ve got good coffee for company! We hope you have a very, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Cinnamon
Berries
Roasted Almonds

from 420.00
  • Producers: Various
  • Region: Karnataka
  • Type: 80% Arabica, 20% Robusta
  • Roast Profile: Omni Roast
  • Altitude: 950 – 1400 MASL
  • Process: Washed, Pulp Sun Dried
  • Varieties:  Selection 9, Catimor, Old Robusta
  • Flavor Notes: Cinnamon, Berries, Roasted Almonds

As the carol bells ring and the winter chills swim through your sweaters, we bring to you this little bag of warmth carefully designed to light up your holidays with cheer and delight!

This three-way blend creates a divine communion between two diverse washed Arabicas and a very gently-spiced and smooth-textured, pulp-sun dried Robusta. We’ve used Robusta in a blend for the first time and the result will make you feel as cozy as the twinkling sunlight on a cold December morning.

Task this blend with any machine of choice – Aeropress, French Press, V60, Chemex, Espresso, Moka Pot, Channi or whatever else; this Omni roast survives all. Whether you have someone to kiss under the mistletoe or not, you’ve got good coffee for company! We hope you have a very, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Sláinte (Whiskey Barrel Aged Coffee)

from 535.00
  • Producers: DM Purnesh, DM Shankar
  • Region: Sakleshpur
  • Type: 100% Arabica
  • Roast Profile: Filter Roast
  • Altitude: 950 – 1050 MASL
  • Process: Whiskey Barrel Aged
  • Varieties:  Selection 9
  • Flavor Notes: Dark Rum, Black Currant, Jujube

Unveil hidden dimensions of complexity in this very unique lot of coffee. We worked with Harley Estate to produce this lot which involved aging batches of selection 9 cherries in Amrut Whiskey Barrels for a period of 3 months. Following this, the cherries were removed and dried on raised beds to complete their development. Bittersweet notes of dark rum with undertones of black currant and the Jujube fruit lead into an anti-climactic smoky finish. This coffee is undoubtedly only for the brave-hearted!

We recommend trying this in V60 pourover, Chemex and Aeropress. It’s a perfect choice for cold brew lovers as it induces a lot of character into cold-brew drinks.

Dark Rum
Black Currant
Jujube

from 535.00
  • Producers: DM Purnesh, DM Shankar
  • Region: Sakleshpur
  • Type: 100% Arabica
  • Roast Profile: Filter Roast
  • Altitude: 950 – 1050 MASL
  • Process: Whiskey Barrel Aged
  • Varieties:  Selection 9
  • Flavor Notes: Dark Rum, Black Currant, Jujube

Unveil hidden dimensions of complexity in this very unique lot of coffee. We worked with Harley Estate to produce this lot which involved aging batches of selection 9 cherries in Amrut Whiskey Barrels for a period of 3 months. Following this, the cherries were removed and dried on raised beds to complete their development. Bittersweet notes of dark rum with undertones of black currant and the Jujube fruit lead into an anti-climactic smoky finish. This coffee is undoubtedly only for the brave-hearted!

We recommend trying this in V60 pourover, Chemex and Aeropress. It’s a perfect choice for cold brew lovers as it induces a lot of character into cold-brew drinks.

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Ratnagiri Honey (India)

from 495.00
  • Producers: Ashok Patre
  • Region: Chikmagalur
  • Type: 100% Arabica
  • Roast Profile: Filter Roast
  • Altitude: 1340 MASL
  • Process: Honey Processed
  • Varieties: Cauvery
  • Flavor Notes: Kiwi, Cane Sugar, Red Grape

Sweet, sweet, sweetness all the way! Isn’t it a coffee lover’s dream to brew a cup that gives pleasant sweetness with sparkling acidity? That’s what you get in this exciting honey processed microlot from Mr. Ashok Patre’s Ratnagiri Estate. Following a heady aroma and a gentle hit of sweetness on the palate is a memorable, slightly tangy finish. With a light-to-medium roasted filter profile, we’ve tailored this coffee to produce magic across a variety of brewing methods. We recommend brewing it in V60 Pourover, Aeropress, Kalita Wave, Origami or Clever Dripper. But hey, don’t ever limit yourself to anything we say. Go ahead and experiment! If you love taking your coffee black, you can’t go wrong with this lot.

Process: The honey process involves washing off the outer skin of the coffee fruit and drying the mucilage-covered beans in a shaded environment. This allows for the beans to imbibe those gorgeous sugars from the surrounding fruit enhancing their sweet profile. Drying in shade allows to control the pace of drying which enables the grower to monitor sugar content and end the process at the desired level.

Kiwi
Cane Sugar
Red Grape

from 495.00
  • Producers: Ashok Patre
  • Region: Chikmagalur
  • Type: 100% Arabica
  • Roast Profile: Filter Roast
  • Altitude: 1340 MASL
  • Process: Honey Processed
  • Varieties: Cauvery
  • Flavor Notes: Kiwi, Cane Sugar, Red Grape

Sweet, sweet, sweetness all the way! Isn’t it a coffee lover’s dream to brew a cup that gives pleasant sweetness with sparkling acidity? That’s what you get in this exciting honey processed microlot from Mr. Ashok Patre’s Ratnagiri Estate. Following a heady aroma and a gentle hit of sweetness on the palate is a memorable, slightly tangy finish. With a light-to-medium roasted filter profile, we’ve tailored this coffee to produce magic across a variety of brewing methods. We recommend brewing it in V60 Pourover, Aeropress, Kalita Wave, Origami or Clever Dripper. But hey, don’t ever limit yourself to anything we say. Go ahead and experiment! If you love taking your coffee black, you can’t go wrong with this lot.

Process: The honey process involves washing off the outer skin of the coffee fruit and drying the mucilage-covered beans in a shaded environment. This allows for the beans to imbibe those gorgeous sugars from the surrounding fruit enhancing their sweet profile. Drying in shade allows to control the pace of drying which enables the grower to monitor sugar content and end the process at the desired level.

Kudiraipanjan Watermelon Naturals (India)

from 480.00
  • Producer: PKC Family
  • Region: Servarayan Hills
  • Type: 100% Arabica
  • Roast Profile: Filter Roast
  • Altitude: 1220 – 1400 MASL
  • Process: Watermelon Fermentation
  • Varieties: SL9, SL5b
  • Flavor Notes: Honeysuckle, Pear, Vanilla

Our International Coffee Day 2021 special release reveals the plenitude of the flavor potential in coffee. An underlying note of pears complemented by vanilla and a floral hint of honeysuckle display the unique results brought about by the watermelon fermentation process. The cup is balanced with medium acidity and body and is ideal to brew with all Pourover Devices, Aeropress, Moka Pot and Cold Brew.

Process: Once cherries are picked and rinsed as usual, they are sealed in fermentation tanks in which very low oxygen levels are maintained (anaerobic fermentation). The cherries are sealed in the tanks along with watermelon fruit with their juices squeezed out. Fermentation takes place for 72 hours and after the ideal pH value and sugar content is attained, the cherries are removed and dried in the sun on raised drying beds. Drying takes place under controlled shade which allows the producer to control moisture and microorganism activity. After 2 days of drying in approximately 75% sunlight, the shade is eliminated to speed up drying until the final moisture content is attained. The dried cherries are then rested for a certain period of time before being shipped off for hulling.

Honeysuckle
Pear
Vanilla

from 480.00
  • Producer: PKC Family
  • Region: Servarayan Hills
  • Type: 100% Arabica
  • Roast Profile: Filter Roast
  • Altitude: 1220 – 1400 MASL
  • Process: Watermelon Fermentation
  • Varieties: SL9, SL5b
  • Flavor Notes: Honeysuckle, Pear, Vanilla

Our International Coffee Day 2021 special release reveals the plenitude of the flavor potential in coffee. An underlying note of pears complemented by vanilla and a floral hint of honeysuckle display the unique results brought about by the watermelon fermentation process. The cup is balanced with medium acidity and body and is ideal to brew with all Pourover Devices, Aeropress, Moka Pot and Cold Brew.

Process: Once cherries are picked and rinsed as usual, they are sealed in fermentation tanks in which very low oxygen levels are maintained (anaerobic fermentation). The cherries are sealed in the tanks along with watermelon fruit with their juices squeezed out. Fermentation takes place for 72 hours and after the ideal pH value and sugar content is attained, the cherries are removed and dried in the sun on raised drying beds. Drying takes place under controlled shade which allows the producer to control moisture and microorganism activity. After 2 days of drying in approximately 75% sunlight, the shade is eliminated to speed up drying until the final moisture content is attained. The dried cherries are then rested for a certain period of time before being shipped off for hulling.

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Finca San Ramon (Nicaragua)

from 350.00
  • Producer: Eduardo Jose Rizo Lopez
  • Region: Jinotega
  • Type: 100% Arabica
  • Roast Profile: Espresso Roast
  • Altitude: 1200 – 1500 MASL
  • Process: Washed
  • Varieties: Catuai, Caturra, Bourbon
  • Flavor Notes: Cinnamon, Tamarind, Caramel

The coffee from Finca San Ramon displays a caramel flavor with underlying tangy tones of tamarind and a sweet-spiced cinnamon finish. Nicaraguan coffees like this lot are typically milder and more balanced in acidity compared to other Central American coffees. They perform brilliantly in espresso brewing and make for sweet and balanced cups.

Cinnamon
Tamarind
Caramel

from 350.00
  • Producer: Eduardo Jose Rizo Lopez
  • Region: Jinotega
  • Type: 100% Arabica
  • Roast Profile: Espresso Roast
  • Altitude: 1200 – 1500 MASL
  • Process: Washed
  • Varieties: Catuai, Caturra, Bourbon
  • Flavor Notes: Cinnamon, Tamarind, Caramel

The coffee from Finca San Ramon displays a caramel flavor with underlying tangy tones of tamarind and a sweet-spiced cinnamon finish. Nicaraguan coffees like this lot are typically milder and more balanced in acidity compared to other Central American coffees. They perform brilliantly in espresso brewing and make for sweet and balanced cups.

Burka Estate (Tanzania)

from 510.00
  • Producer: Burka Coffee Estates Ltd.
  • Region: Arusha
  • Type: 100% Arabica
  • Roast Profile: Filter Roast
  • Altitude: 1200 – 1400 MASL
  • Process: Washed
  • Varieties: KP423, N39, Catmar
  • Flavor Notes: Green Tea, Rosehip, Roselle Hibiscus

From Burka Estate in the Arusha region of northeast Tanzania comes this elegant floral coffee with a rosehip-like acidity and a gentle green tea aftertaste. The green tea notes are enhanced in the finish leaving a lingering herbal sweetness typically found in Roselle Hibiscus Tea on your palette.

Green Tea
Rosehip
Roselle Hibiscus

from 510.00
  • Producer: Burka Coffee Estates Ltd.
  • Region: Arusha
  • Type: 100% Arabica
  • Roast Profile: Filter Roast
  • Altitude: 1200 – 1400 MASL
  • Process: Washed
  • Varieties: KP423, N39, Catmar
  • Flavor Notes: Green Tea, Rosehip, Roselle Hibiscus

From Burka Estate in the Arusha region of northeast Tanzania comes this elegant floral coffee with a rosehip-like acidity and a gentle green tea aftertaste. The green tea notes are enhanced in the finish leaving a lingering herbal sweetness typically found in Roselle Hibiscus Tea on your palette.

Mindfully Sourced

All our coffees are sourced from producers with whom we hold long-term relationships and share a common perception of quality. This enables us to work closely with our producer-partners and identify very specific and special lots of beans that fall into the narrow spectrum of craft coffee.

Artisanally Roasted

Our meticulous approach to sourcing is motivated by a deep passion for roasting and brewing coffee. Our roasting approach is a combination of intuitive art and precise science that helps us develop the most delightful flavor profile for each lot of beans. The foundational philosophy is simple – offer you the coffees that we find irresistible.

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