Indian Coffee

  Indian coffee is the most extraordinary of beverages, offering intriguing subtlety and stimulating intensity. India is the only country that grows all of its coffee under shade. Typically mild and not too acidic, these coffees possess an exotic full-bodied taste and a fine aroma.  
  Indian coffee has a unique historic flavour too! It all began with a long, arduous journey around four hundred years ago... when the legendary saint Bababudan brought seven magical beans from distant Yemen and planted them in the Chandragiri hills of Karnataka. The Hills was called as Chandra Drona in the ancient age and now called as Baba Budan Giri after the seer. The sensations of aroma, flavour, body and acidity that you enjoy with each coffee experience is rooted in these mystical beginnings.  
  The traditional coffee growing regions in India are the three southern states of Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu which produce 98% of the country's coffee. The Western Ghats, a rugged chain of mountains along the western part of India, forms the backbone of India's coffee industry. Coffee acquires its rich flavour from the different flora that exists in the forest.  
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