India Coffee

Indian coffee is popular especially the southern filter coffee for its rich medium body with notes of fruit and a strong pleasant aroma. It is also characterized with light acidity and a fantastic flavor.

Top Indian Coffees

SaleBestseller No. 1
Indian Monsooned Malabar Single-Serve Cups, 72 ct. of Single Serve Capsules  for Keurig K-Cup Brewers, Fresh Roasted Coffee LLC.
295 Reviews
Indian Monsooned Malabar Single-Serve Cups, 72 ct. of Single Serve Capsules  for Keurig K-Cup Brewers, Fresh Roasted Coffee LLC.
  • Single Origin
  • Coffee is roasted in our environmentally friendly coffee roaster.
  • 72-count of Fresh Roasted Coffee single serve cups
  • Keurig 2.0 Compatible
Bestseller No. 2
Blue Tokai Coffee Roasters, Kalledeverapura Estate (Indian Origin), Medium Roast 100% Arabica, 8.8 Oz (Whole Beans)
1 Reviews
Blue Tokai Coffee Roasters, Kalledeverapura Estate (Indian Origin), Medium Roast 100% Arabica, 8.8 Oz (Whole Beans)
  • Roast : Medium, Flavor Notes : Honey, Almond, Raisin
  • This versatile coffee works well as a fruity, flavor espresso but is also smooth enough to drink as a pourover, french press and other filter methods
  • This pulp sun dried arabica combine the fruitiness and rich body of a natural processed coffee with the clean, sweet flavors of washed beans
  • Our coffees are sourced directly from the best estates in India and roasted with care on Probat machines by our award winning coffee team
  • Packaged in a resealable one-way valve bag, with traditional Indian art screen printed on the back
Bestseller No. 3
Stainless Steel Coffee Filter Indian Style
28 Reviews
Stainless Steel Coffee Filter Indian Style
  • Stainless Steel south indian style Coffee Filter
  • High quality Stainless Steel south Indian coffee
  • Non Toxic and hygienic material for usage
  • Best for making South Indian Style Coffee
  • Traditional Coffee Phin Filter 26 gram capacity
Bestseller No. 4
Teasia Coffee, Indian Monsooned Malabar, Single Origin, Green Unroasted Whole Coffee Beans, 5-Pound Bag
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Teasia Coffee, Indian Monsooned Malabar, Single Origin, Green Unroasted Whole Coffee Beans, 5-Pound Bag
  • SINGLE ORIGIN - 100% INDIAN MONSOONED MALABAR COFFEE: A complex-flavored coffee grown in India that is dry processed before roast to reduce the coffee's acidity an enhance its body.
  • CUPPING NOTES: Mellow and soft earthy tones with a rich smoothness. Low acidity with a creamy chocolate taste.
  • PROCESSING: Beans are wet-processed (or washed), where the fruit covering the beans is removed before they are dried, to ensure a clean taste and bright acidity.
  • QUALITY: 100% specialty grade gourmet whole coffee beans. Handcrafted in small batches and carefully chosen in consideration to the origin, quality and flavor profiles.
  • BULK SAVINGS: Our unroasted green coffee beans come in 5 lb bags - perfect for at-home coffee roasters.
Bestseller No. 5
Leo Madras Blend South Indian Filter Coffee (Pack of 5) Each 500 Gms (T-M)
  • Leo Madras Blend Filter Coffee Powder (Pack of 5)
  • Coffee 80% & Chicory 20%
  • Roasted and ground Coffee
  • Authentic Taste of Filtered Coffee
  • 500g x 5 (Total 2500 Gms)
Bestseller No. 6
Stainless Steel South Indian style Coffee Tea Dabra with Tumbler Set of 6
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Stainless Steel South Indian style Coffee Tea Dabra with Tumbler Set of 6
  • Rust Proof Stainless Steel
  • South Indian Filter Coffee Dabra & Tumbler Set
  • Set of 6
Bestseller No. 7
Coffee Kettle Drip Filter (3 CUP) Stainless Steel South Indian Filter Coffee Maker
  • Stainless Steel Body & Brew coffee in 5 to 7 Minutes
  • Coffee kettle filter and remove the plunger from the coffee basket
  • Spread Ebony Coffee evenly in the basket.nsert the plunger down lightly and pour hot water of 1:8 ( for eg., for 100g filter coffee powder pour 800ml of water).
  • Let the coffee brew descent to the lower Container of the filter to the last drop.
  • Add Decoction/Extract to the cup and enjoy our Traditional Drip Filter Coffee & To open coffee basket: Use both hand's fingers to lift up to remove it from Coffee Kettle.
Bestseller No. 8
Indian Peaberry Giri Estates(TM) Coffee
  • Indian Peaberry Whole Bean Coffee
Bestseller No. 9
Narasu's Udhayam South Indian Filter Coffee (Pack of 6) Each 500 Gms (T-M)
  • Narasu's Udhayam South Indian Filter Coffee Powder
  • Pack of 6 (500 gms each)
  • Authentic South Indian Filter Coffee
  • Dark roasted coffee beans 80% and Chicory 20%
  • 500g x 6 Pkts (Total 3000 Gms)
Bestseller No. 10
Blue Tokai Coffee Roasters, Attikan Estate, Medium Dark Roast, Premium Single Estate Indian Coffee, 100% Arabica, 8.8 Oz (Whole Beans)
4 Reviews
Blue Tokai Coffee Roasters, Attikan Estate, Medium Dark Roast, Premium Single Estate Indian Coffee, 100% Arabica, 8.8 Oz (Whole Beans)
  • Roast : Medium Dark, Flavor Notes : Cocoa, Fruity, Toffee
  • Ideal for higher intensity espresso and drip brews with milk
  • Sourced from one of the highest elevation estates in Indian, this is our most popular coffee
  • Our coffees are sourced directly from the best estates in India and roasted with care on Probat machines by our award winning coffee team
  • Packaged in a resealable one-way valve bag, with traditional Indian art screen printed on the back
SaleBestseller No. 11
Tasty Superfoods Grass Fed Organic Ghee - Glass Jar of Pure, Unsalted Clarified Butter from Grass-Fed Cows - Best Healthy Oil for Indian Cooking, in Coffee, or for diets like Paleo and Whole30 (16oz)
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Tasty Superfoods Grass Fed Organic Ghee - Glass Jar of Pure, Unsalted Clarified Butter from Grass-Fed Cows - Best Healthy Oil for Indian Cooking, in Coffee, or for diets like Paleo and Whole30 (16oz)
  • MADE WITH GRASSFED BUTTER - This ancient ayurvedic food, which was discovered in India thousands of years ago, is a great substitute for recipes that call for olive oil, coconut oil, kerrygold butter, or lard, and should be in everyone's pantry. It is made using milk from grassfed cows that are pasture-raised on farms in northern California.
  • PACKED WITH NUTRIENTS - Ghee is a good fat that promotes heart health and is rich in essential fatty acids (including MCT), vitamins A, D, K, and E, and antioxidants.
  • ORGANIC - Our brand is made with organic butter and does not contain gluten, sugar, or any GMO ingredients. It contains almost all fat, meaning it can be tolerated by many people with lactose or casein sensitivities. It is made in small batches following the principles of Ayurveda, resulting in a prime product that aids in digestion and can help with weight loss. This ghee comes in a 16 ounce (oz) glass jar.
  • GREAT FOR FRYING - Two of ghee's top attributes are its high smoke point (485°), which makes it ideal for frying and sautéing, and easy storage (because it has a long shelf life and does not require refrigeration).
  • VERSATILE - You can eat ghee on toast or use it to prepare meat, rice, or vegetables. It also adds a delicious taste (and aroma) when melted over popcorn, in mashed potatoes, or as a paleo creamer. Also used in the keto diet as a keto creamer in coffee, to make a perfect keto coffee.
Bestseller No. 12
Traditional Brass Davara Tumbler Set/South Indian Coffee Glass Tumbler Set of Two/Brass Dabara Tumbler Set
  • Material: Brass
  • Package Contains: 2 Brass Tumbler (Glass) and 2 Brass Davara
  • Height: 3" ( 100 ml approx)
SaleBestseller No. 13
Design Toscano Jaipur Elephant Festival Indian Decor Coffee Table with Glass Top, 30 Inch, Polyresin, Full Color
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Design Toscano Jaipur Elephant Festival Indian Decor Coffee Table with Glass Top, 30 Inch, Polyresin, Full Color
  • Dimensions: 30"Wx18"Dx18"H 30 lbs.
  • Hand-cast using real crushed stone bonded with high quality designer resin
  • Each piece is individually hand-painted by our artisans
  • Exclusive to the Design Toscano brand and perfect for your home or garden

Coffee in India

Coffee growing in India is mainly practiced in the highlands states of India in the south. Kamataka controls about 71 percent of total produce. Coffee beans from India are the best shade grown products as compared to those grown under direct sunlight.

Kinds of coffees beans grown in India

The main coffees grown in India is the organic Arabica coffee and Robusta.

Arabica

Arabica grown in India have a gentle flavor with sweet and sharp taste together with a well-balanced aroma. They are not as caffeinated as Robusta. The bean is picked in the period ranging from November up to January. The variety is cultivated in high elevated land that varies from about 600- 2000 meters above sea level at cool temperatures with humidity and weather conditions that are subtropical like. The crop needs rich nutritious soil that can favor high-end standard coffee. The renowned varieties of this type of coffee are Cauvery and Kent.

Robusta coffee

This variety is as twice caffeinated as Arabica. It comprises of a complex and strong taste with hints of grainy and peanuts aftertaste. Robusta beans can grow at low altitudes. The cherries are harvested between the December and February period. The plants survive and stand any weather condition and are resistant to crop diseases and pests. Though Robusta is seen as low grade compared to Arabica, high end of this variety is loved by many for the crema and strong taste they produce.

Robusta usually takes lesser time to produce results compared to Arabica. There are two main Robusta varieties grown in India namely: CXR and S.274 coffee.

Varieties grown in India by plant

Kent coffee

This is the very oldest Arabica coffee which in 1920s in India by an English man called Kent. The plant is well known for its resistant to leaf rust in coffee crops. It is also popular for its good quality coffee though only farmed at few regions in India.

Cauvery

It is also called catimor. It is a hybrid variety blend from the famous Caturra coffee, bourbon high quality coffee organic mutant and hybrid-de-timor. It inherited the high-end standard from Caturra and roya resistivity from the later.

S.795 coffee

This is well renowned in India and first grown in 1940s. It is known for its high yields, boldness, high quality and its ability to withstand leaf rust in coffee crops. It is a descendant of the Kent a high end coffee bean. It is widely cultivated in India and is characterized by subtle flavor hints of its mocha coffee.

Sin.9 coffee

This is hybrid bean blend between tafarikela decedent of Ethiopian Arabica beans and the hybrid de Timor. It is atop quality Arabica coffee well known for winning best Arabica bean in India cup competition year 2002.

Coffee varieties by regions in India conditions for growth

Tamil Nadu

This is coffee grown in anamalais region. Conditions that favor the growth of coffee in this region include elevation of 1000 to 1400 meters above sea level with 2500 to 3000 rainfall amount in mm. main variety grown here is Arabica coffee beans with special varieties being Cauvery and S.795. The Arabica coffee beans from this region are big with green greyish appearance and have a better balanced with a strong aroma and citrus notes.

Andhra Pradesh

The coffee is grown along Araku Valley with an altitude of 900 to 1100 meters above sea level. Rainfall amount is about 1000- 1200 mm average. The major variety of coffee beans grown here is the Arabica. Coffee from this region is popular for mid to strong sharp acidity, medium body, and fruity notes with a more spiced aroma.

Karnataka coffee beans from Bababudangiris

This is coffee grown in Bababudangiris with an elevation varying from 1000 to 1500 meters above sea level with average rainfall amount ranging from 1750 to 2200 millimeters annually. Main variety grown here is Arabica. This is the area where coffee was first grown in India. Coffee produced here is full bodied with mid acidity flavor and pleasant aroma with chocolaty hints. Only the best grade coffee is selected and undergoes fermentation natural processing. Together with the fact that they have delayed ripening they are very rich in flavor.

Tamil Nadu/ Karnataka

This coffee is grown in Biligiris with total average amount of rainfall being 1100 to 1200 mm and altitudes ranging between 1500 to 2000 meters above mean sea level. Major varieties grown here is the organic Arabica. The coffee cherries have a delayed ripening as a result of cold and mist weather caused by high altitudes. It also grows under the cover silvery oak trees fruit plants. They are characterized by a full body, pleasant and very sweet appealing aroma and a distinct mild flavor.

Brahmaputra coffee

Coffee is grown at elevations varying from about 800 to 1200 meters above sea level. The rainfall amount is usually about 1500 t0 1200 millimeters annually and the major type of coffee grown is Arabica. The amount of coffee grown where is a bit less. It is characterized by a full body with special notes of fruitier taste with pleasant aroma and mild acidity.

Chikmagalur coffee/ Karnataka

Coffee is grown at 700 to 1200 meters above sea level with 1000 to 4500 average rainfall annually. The area grows both coffee Robusta and coffee Arabica. The area has very large coffee farms and is one of the largest coffee growing regions. It is characterized with a medium body with very low acidity flavor and mid to strong aroma.

Other Karnataka coffee growing regions include are Coorg the largest coffee zone in India. Manjarabad is another small coffee area popular for using advanced technology in coffee growing. The flavor of this coffee are mid bodied, mid acidity and mid to strong aroma.

Tamil Nadu coffee growing region also include Nilgiris, Pulneys and Sheveroys. Karnataka and Tamil Nadu is traditional coffee growing region together with Kerala which mostly produce Robusta in India. Wayanaad and Travancore are the main Kerala coffee growing areas. The Robusta variety is renown from it rich full body with soft or neutral acid and strong pleasant chocolaty aroma.

South Indian coffee: filtered coffee

This is a strong coffee from the south of India prepared through filtering. It is usually strong with milky touch. The filter used to make it is usually a stainless steel filter and the coffee is served using traditional tumbler and Dabarah. The norm in India is instant coffee this coffee brewing method appeals to many since it produces a high end cup of instant coffee than any other.

How to make southern coffee from India

A unique coffee filter, not similar to paper filter is used. Two cups are used where on is nested at the top and the other below. The cup on top holds the grounded coffee and consists of small holes that allow dripping to the other cup. Pressing disc is used to tamp the coffee grounds and rid is used to keep the decoction warm during the brewing time.

After the coffee is brewed is cooled by pouring to and from the tumbler and dabarah. Sugar and milk is also mixed on during this process. The foam produced using this method is distinct from that of steamed coffee. While a tumbler is a short wide bowl a dabarah is a small metallic cup. After cooling the coffee is served in a dabarah set inside a tumbler. Coffee brewed using this method is very strong and is even stronger than the popular espresso when no milk is added.

Other brewing methods in India include cold brewing and hot coffee. It can also be made using French press.

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