Product Description & Reviews
This very unique coffee hails from Suntikoppa, Karnataka in India. What makes this coffee so unique is that the coffee is left in open warehouses during India's monsoon season, where beans are allowed to swell and are repeatedly raked daily. The process was developed to emulate what coffee went through during long sea voyages in the wooden sailing ships of the past. Essentially it's a fermented/aged coffee. We find Monsooned Malabar to have more body and less acidity than any other coffee we offer. It's nowhere near as bizarre in flavor as some make it out to be. We feel it's a smooth, low acid, and full bodied coffee with a nice spicy and nutty flavor profile. It makes for an excellent drip or pour-over, but if you want a SO espresso that's full of crema, nothing else compares.
Features & Highlights
- Region/Farm: Suntikoppa, Karnataka
- Elevation: 3,200 ft.
- Varietals: Kent
- Processing: Monsooned/Wet
- Tasting Notes: Low acid, full bodied flowers, spice and chocolate.
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