International Coffee Day Special: India’s Finest Coffee Makers

The first of October is globally recognised as International Coffee Day. Even though a fantastic beverage like coffee should be honored everyday, we thought we would mark this occasion by celebrating our unique coffee makers who bring you the most exquisite, gourmet coffee this country has to offer.

The first of October is globally recognised as International Coffee Day. Even though a fantastic beverage like coffee should be honored everyday, we thought we would mark this occasion by celebrating our unique coffee makers who bring you the most exquisite, gourmet coffee this country has to offer.

1. Baarbara Berry

Kissed by clouds in the misty heights of the Western Ghats is a single origin, high-grown arabica coffee, backed by a farming tradition that began as far back as 1896. Baarbara Berry is proud of its ethically sourced coffee beans from homegrown plantations along the ChandraDhrona hills of Western Ghats in Chikmagalur ,with hand picked beans from high elevations of 5000 feet. Their blend of hand-picked, ground, premium ‘Grade A’ coffee beans with their characteristic texture, liquor and aroma is a true and long-lasting delight.

2. Black Baza Coffee

Black Baza Coffee Co. started as a conservation project to improve biodiversity found on coffee estates in India. They discovered that although India has one of the most sustainable production systems in the world, our coffee was moving rapidly from shade to sun grown. They started selling coffee in 2015 to support coffee growers who follow biodiversity-friendly farming, which they define as coffee grown under the shade of indigenous forest trees, without chemical pesticides and with active reforestation of wildlife-use areas on estates.

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3. Country Bean

If you’re looking for a break in the monotony of your everyday cup of coffee, look no further than Country Bean. They add a dash of delicious 100% nature identical flavours to your favourite cup of joe. Country Bean sources its coffee from the lush coffee estates in South India and mix them with flavourful love to make your beloved coffee moment, even more special.

4. Seven Beans Coffee Company

Rooted in a century-old legacy of coffee cultivation, Seven Beans Coffee Company sources its coffee from the over 2000 acres of coffee plantations they own in Chikmagalur. Realising that the Indian consumer was being served an inferior cup of coffee, since most coffee estates export their most premium grades of Indian coffee, Seven Beans Coffee Company was founded with the intention to provide the best of Indian coffee to the domestic market.

4. The Indian Bean

For those of you unable to find good coffee beans in India or unhappy with your current coffee, don’t worry, The Indian Bean has you covered. They’ve traveled around the countryside, from Nepal to the hidden hills of Kodagu and Kodi and sourced a treasure trove of awesome Indian coffee beans. They’re also building a community that supports indigenous and socially conscious farming practices.

5. Woodpecker’s Coffee House

Woodpecker’s coffee has been growing India’s finest coffee since 1935 in Sakleshpura, Karnataka, which is nestled in the most glorious and elusive Western Ghats. Woodpecker’s coffee uses high quality Arabica and Robusta beans to create a unique blend that has a rich taste and aroma. The coffee beans are roasted and ground to perfection using the most advanced technology and carefully packed in a special pouch to ensure you always get the freshest coffee every time.

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Check out our entire selection of Coffee here.

Arjun Gera

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