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Kaapi Royale A Screen 17 Kodagu

washed

India

India Kaapi Royale A Screen 17 Kodagu

washed

A nice soft Robusta with notes of hazelnut, nougat and cocoa.

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All the facts about our India Kaapi Royale A Screen 17 Kodagu

Region Coorg
Producer Kaimbatta Estate
Variety Peradenya
Process washed
Type Washed Robusta
Category Regional
Harvest from November to January
Shipping from February to June
Unit Sack à 60kg

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Nougat

India

Kaapi Royale A Screen 17 Kodagu

washed

Kodagu (Coorg) district is located in Karnataka State, South India. The region is well know for it’s divers flora and fauna, with a rich biodiversity and ideal
climatic conditions, coffee has been grown in Coorg for over 100 years.

Kodagu’s economy is centered around agriculture, with coffee being the primary focus. Other crops, such as fruits, spices, and rice, as well as timber, are also important.
A maior part of the land in Kodagu is therefore used for coffee plantations. From small size farms up to larger estate, various plantations can be found in Kodagu.

Grove Estate is a coffee plantation based in Coorg, also called “The Scotland of India”.

Origin

Specialty coffee from India

Anamalais (Tamil Nadu): Wildlife sanctuaries in this region are the abode of spotted leopards, while the plantations are home to fine, high-grown Arabicas, including the exotic Kents.

Araku valley (Andhra Pradesh): Home to colourful parrots, it is not unusual to see a flock of chattering red and green birds, darting through trees in this scenic valley.

Bababudangiris (Karnataka): Bababudan brought seven ‘magical’ beans from Yemen and planted them in the lofty hills of this region. Deer is often spotted here, grazing alongside plantations abundant with full-bodied Arabicas.

Main production areas: Traditional areas representing the southern states of Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
Port of shipment: Mangalore, Cochin
Export bag size: 60kg
Total number of coffee farmers: 250.000

Cup Profile:
Washed Arabica: almond, milk chocolate, low acidity
Washed Robusta: smooth, hazelnut, very clean

Region Coorg
Producer Kaimbatta Estate
Variety Peradenya
Process washed
Type Washed Robusta
Harvest from November to January
Shipping from February to June
Unit Sack à 60kg
A nice soft Robusta with notes of hazelnut, nougat and cocoa.

Kodagu (Coorg) district is located in Karnataka State, South India. The region is well know for it’s divers flora and fauna, with a rich biodiversity and ideal
climatic conditions, coffee has been grown in Coorg for over 100 years.

Kodagu’s economy is centered around agriculture, with coffee being the primary focus. Other crops, such as fruits, spices, and rice, as well as timber, are also important.
A maior part of the land in Kodagu is therefore used for coffee plantations. From small size farms up to larger estate, various plantations can be found in Kodagu.

Grove Estate is a coffee plantation based in Coorg, also called “The Scotland of India”.