South Indian filter coffee is a coffee drink made by mixing frothed and boiled milk with the decoction obtained by brewing finely ground coffee powder in a traditional Indian filter. The drink known as Kaapi (20% Chicory)
Coorg Pure Arabica Filter Coffee Powder (Without Chicory)
Coorg Pure Arabica Filter Coffee Powder
Your coffee bean is a pampered being! When you drink a cup of Coorg Coffee, you are tasting flavors infused over the centuries by the lush biomass of Coorg soil, rich in humus and microorganisms that thrive in these tropical woodlands. Coorg coffee estates are chiefly natural woodlands, cleared of undergrowth for growing coffee, so native trees co-exist with interplanted fruit trees and spice plants. These woodlands, with a varied mix of flora and fauna act as connecting corridors for wildlife, which translates to actual benefits, as natures takes care of its own and hence pesticide use is relatively minimal. The roots of different vegetations, trees, and spices intermingle beneath the earth and provide intense depth and flavor to the coffee bean including a rich, complex bouquet. Accordingly, your cup of coffee is exceptionally delicious.
What makes our coffee so special is the fact that it’s shade grown. Shade grown coffee has several advantages; The slow growth and maturation process makes for lower acidity, and a more complex flavor profile. So, along with being eco-friendly, shade grown coffee from the coffee estates of Coorg is also a friend of your gut and your palate.