During the months of June to September, India sees the monsoon season sweep through its western coastal belt. These tropical rains sweep up from the tropical oceans around India across the south west of the country. Once they reach the port of Malabar they are sorted for size and laid out on concrete patios in open-sided warehouses where they are exposed to the tropical rains. They are then meticulously raked, turned and spread for 12-16 weeks whilst being closely monitored for size, colour and quality. Once they have adopted their signature pale gold colour, they are prepared for export.
Medium-bodied, Dark Roasted, beautifully smooth with a sweet, spicy kick, this coffee is unique to the lush Malabar Coast of Karnataka and Kerala, where it has protected status.
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