India Monsooned Malabar
Cupping Notes: Earthy, heavy body, bakers chocolate, spicy, nutmeg.
Background: The uniqueness of the India Monsooned Malabar stems from the manner in which it is processed—that is, left to age naturally in the monsoonal weather of India. The resulting green beans are, in fact, not green at all but a bleached yellowish-white. They are very good as a portion of an espresso blend, and a true adventure straight up as a single origin offering. Our India Monsooned Malabar cups with pronounced earthiness, heavy body, notes of bakers chocolate, and nutmeg spice. For those lovers of heavily-bodied, earthy specialty coffees from Java and the other Indonesian islands, we encourage you to sample this India Monsooned Malabar which offers a uniquely spicy-earthy-chocolatey cup.
Variety: Arabia (Imported from Yemen in the late 1600s)
Altitude: 2,000 – 4,000 ft (609 – 1219m)
Coffee Grading: AA
Harvest: October – February