How Indian Monsooned Coffee first came about happened by accident, for on the long voyage from India to Europe, coffee beans were exposed to monsoon winds. The beans then underwent a distinct change in color and characteristics which gave the coffee a powerful, new taste. The coffee was then appropriately named Monsooned Malabar coffee. There is no other coffee in the world that has the shape, color, size, aroma, or taste of this coffee as a result of special post-harvest processing. Indian Monsooned Malabar coffee offers a medium body with pleasant undertones, medium acidity, a hint of a wooden taste, a thick texture, and it is amazingly smooth.
Tasting Notes: Extremely low in acidity with a clean taste that is slightly winey and spicy
Flavor Notes: Earthy, Spicy, Medium-Bodied, Smoky, Woodsy, Medium Acidity
Roast Profile: Medium Roast
Elevation: 3,300+ feet
Coffee Processing: Monsoon Process: a special process where the coffee beans are laid out and exposed to weeks of monsoons where they soak up moisture, shed acidity and change color and size.