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Classic Mountain Single Estate Arabica Coffee, Medium Fine Grind 500 gm
Delivery Estimate: 3-5 business days
Classic Mountain, a coffee that is shade grown in a salubrious climate on the scenic Bababudangiri hills, at an elevation of about 4000 ft, above sea level. Only the pure beans are meticulously handpicked, sorted, washed in spring water and later sun-dried. The seeds are then cured employing state-of-the-art curing equipment and finally packed in special bags to retain that distinctive natural flavor, a traditionally ingrained quality of Classic Coffee. Each cup promises an exquisite brew of an aromatic coffee balanced with subtle chocolate notes to take you through an inspiring day-a Classic one at that!
Each cup promises an exquisite brew of an aromatic coffee balanced with subtle chocolate notes to take you through an inspiring day-a Classic one at that!
Classic Coffees Brand Story
Kalledevarapura Estate dates back to over 150 years, with coffee plantation starting at 1890. With over five generations tending to the estates that nurture the finest of coffee plants in the region of Bababudangiri hill, the estate produces specialty coffee that differs from normal coffee with relevance to visual quality or cup or both.
Shade grown at an altitude of 3800-4100 ft, this specialty coffee is a result of careful cultivation practices, meticulous routine of plucking, special processing and handling. All this imbues the coffee with its own personality and tasting notes.
- 100% Pure Arabica, no Chicory
- Consistent winner of Fine Cup Award every year, since 2003
- Certified seeds used for plantation, nurtured with utmost care
- Naturally sun-dried on raised African beds & barbeque tiles
- Each coffee batch tasted & certified by qualitied tasters
Coffee, Medium to Dark Roast
Medium Fine Grind
Grade 'A' Coffee
Baba BudanGiri Hills, Chikmagalur
100% Arabica (no Chicory)
Jute bag with coffee heat-sealed in food-grade poly-pack
1 Jute bag with coffee
15 cm (5.91 in)
24.5 cm (9.65 in)
Product SKU: 1881145442