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CoffeeIndia offers several varieties of specialty coffees that are popular in the West. Continuous research by Indian scientists has helped identity better strains that will make finer coffees with added flavour profiles, in both Arabica and Robusta varieties.

Monsooned coffee
Monsooned coffee has a story to tell. The "Monsooning" of coffee first happened quite by accident in the deep of sailing ships - a shipload of coffee bound for Europe acquired a mellow yet unique taste en route, with the coffee beans swelling due to the moisture in the air. A new kind of coffee was born - Monsooned Coffee.

Even today, India offers the same golden quality Monsooned Coffee. Prepared by the unique natural elements of yester years and the special process of today, the Monsooned Coffee still has the monsooned flavour, mellow taste and golden look. Consumers in Scandinavian countries love it for its special colour and flavour.

Main grades
Monsooned Malabar AA
Monsooned Basanally
Monsooned Robusta AA

Mysore Nuggets Extra Bold
This coffee is a premium coffee that represents the best quality coffee from India. The beans are very large, uniform blush green in colour with a clean polished appearance. In cup, the coffee exhibits full aroma, medium to good body, good acidity and fine flavour with a hint of spice

Arabica Plantation Coffee (Washed coffee) grown in the Mysore, Coorg, Biligiris and Shevaroys regions.

Robusta Kaapi Royale
This coffee is prepared from Robusta Parchment AB from the regions of Mysore, Coorg, Wynad, Shevaroys, Pulneys and Barbabudans.

The beans appear to be bold, round with pointed ends and gray to bluish gray in colour. This cup ensures full body, soft, smooth and mellow flavour.

Indian Tea Coffee Lassi / Buttermilk
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