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INDIA MONSOON MALABAR AA - GREEN COFFEE

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INDIA MONSOON MALABAR AA - GREEN COFFEE
Product Code: CTERIN02VT
INDIA MONSOON MALABAR AA - GREEN COFFEE

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Certification(s)
Humaniterra Foundation, Certified UTZ / Rainforest Alliance
Country
India
Collection
Discovery
Category
Single Origin
Description

This Indian coffee is incredibly unique and sought-after thanks to the special “monsooning” process it undergoes.

In the days when merchandise was transported by sailboat across the seas, a trip to Europe could last several months, often in hot and humid weather. Thanks to the intense humidity, the beans’ colour and taste would transform; the beans would turn yellow and take on a particular flavour. A flavour which was particularly enjoyed by Europeans.

When it was finally discovered that this unique flavour was a direct result of the exposure to these special climatic conditions, a new process was sought to replicate them.

Today, the “monsoon” coffee taste is re-created by exposing processed beans to the monsoon winds and rains for several weeks, causing them to swell, lose their original acidity and eventually become yellow in appearance. As a result, the beans also get much larger in size.

This coffee is also of the highest quality grade: « AA »

Cup profile

This is one of the world’s most unique coffees, producing a phenomenal and complex flavour profile. It is a very interesting coffee. Its wild taste is ideal for those seeking a strong coffee with deep flavours.

Altitude
1600 m
Species
Arabica
Cultivar
Typica
Processing
Washed with Fermentation: Once harvested, the coffee cherries go straight to the mill to be sorted and processed through a series of steps. First, they’re submerged in water allowing the unripe cherries to float to the top and be removed. All ripe cherries move on to the depulping stage, removing their skin and the pulpy layer beneath it. Then, to soften and remove the remaining sticky mucilage, the resulting beans are placed in fermentation tanks and soaked for periods of 24-36 hours. The final steps consist of drying the beans, either mechanically or by sun drying. Once done, they are sorted, graded and bagged.
Screen Size
17
Price
CA$24.00
Certification(s) Humaniterra Foundation, Certified UTZ / Rainforest Alliance
Country India
Collection Discovery
Category Single Origin
Description

This Indian coffee is incredibly unique and sought-after thanks to the special “monsooning” process it undergoes.

In the days when merchandise was transported by sailboat across the seas, a trip to Europe could last several months, often in hot and humid weather. Thanks to the intense humidity, the beans’ colour and taste would transform; the beans would turn yellow and take on a particular flavour. A flavour which was particularly enjoyed by Europeans.

When it was finally discovered that this unique flavour was a direct result of the exposure to these special climatic conditions, a new process was sought to replicate them.

Today, the “monsoon” coffee taste is re-created by exposing processed beans to the monsoon winds and rains for several weeks, causing them to swell, lose their original acidity and eventually become yellow in appearance. As a result, the beans also get much larger in size.

This coffee is also of the highest quality grade: « AA »

Cup profile

This is one of the world’s most unique coffees, producing a phenomenal and complex flavour profile. It is a very interesting coffee. Its wild taste is ideal for those seeking a strong coffee with deep flavours.

Altitude 1600 m
Species Arabica
Cultivar Typica
Processing Washed with Fermentation: Once harvested, the coffee cherries go straight to the mill to be sorted and processed through a series of steps. First, they’re submerged in water allowing the unripe cherries to float to the top and be removed. All ripe cherries move on to the depulping stage, removing their skin and the pulpy layer beneath it. Then, to soften and remove the remaining sticky mucilage, the resulting beans are placed in fermentation tanks and soaked for periods of 24-36 hours. The final steps consist of drying the beans, either mechanically or by sun drying. Once done, they are sorted, graded and bagged.
Screen Size 17
Price CA$24.00
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