All about the coffee
This coffee comes from Bababudangiri, Chikmagalur. Considered the home of Indian Coffee, where Baba Budan first planted the seeds he smuggled from Yemen. The monsooning process is typical of this region and is (now) a controlled process which exposes the raw coffee to moisture laden winds from the Arabian sea. This swells the beans and they loose acidity, but gain pungent, wild flavours. Kent is a coffee varietal developed in India for it's resistance to coffee leaf rust.
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