This low-acid coffee from the south of India is a speciality that owes its lush character to the monsoon climate. It has a full body and aromatic notes of malt of nut and a fine, soft taste.
The best coffee for a sensitive stomach!
The Indian Monsooned Malabar is a specialty coffee as defined by the Specialty Coffee Association (SCA). The processing method “monsooned” refers to a special process in which the coffee is exposed to the warm and humid monsoon winds for about 2 weeks after harvesting.
The Arabica varieties used for Monsooned Malabar are called Kent, S.795, Catimor, and Selection 9. These are excellent Arabica varieties typically used in India with the grade "A" or "AA".
Special features and history
You can read about how the monsoon process came about and how coffee came to India at all on our coffee page: our Monsooend Malabr coffee page.
The label: The elephant in India
In the culture and mythology of Hinduism, elephants are regarded as sacred symbols of peace, spiritual strength and power, as removers of obstacles and givers of prosperity, luck, wisdom, memory and vitality. Again, you can find out more details on our coffee page Monsooend Malabar coffee page.
Recommended brewing methods
The Monsooned Malabar is very good with all common types of brewing methods. You get an excellent coffee both with an espresso machine (portafilter), but also from the French Press, as filter coffee or from the stovetop pot and of course with the fully automatic coffee machine.
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📦 Shipping costs: For shipping we charge the current costs of CTT.
Note: The 350g variant remains below the postal limit of 500g incl. packaging material!
☕ Price per coffee*: 21 cents
(*Related to 250g bags and espressos with 7g)
⚖ Price per kilo: At 250g: €29.60. At 350g: €29.71. At 500g: €28.80.