Indian Mysore Plantation AB Medium Dark Roasted Whole Coffee Beans Full Flavour Excellent Coffee


  • Plantation A is the highest normal grade of wet-processed Indian Arabica coffee based on bean size and absence of visual defects.
  • Plantation when referring to Mysore coffee has come to mean ‘wet-processed’, with ‘dry-processed’ referred to as Cherry Arabica.
  • To earn the A grade, beans must be between 16 and 17 screen size and imperfections limited to 2%.
  • This AB grade is a slightly less expensive grade and is often used for high quality blends but I feel is good enough to be drunk unblended.
  • This is a shade grown coffee, hand-picked and then sun dried. Grown on the slopes of the Blue Mountain in Nilgiri, South India, in the State of Karnataka formerly known as Mysore. Roughly, 80% of Indian coffee comes from Karnataka, virtually all of it sold under the name Indian Mysore.
  • It is said, "The trees come from the plants originally cultivated by a pilgrim called Baba Budan. The famous "Monsoon Malabar" originates from this bean.
  • Full flavoured with a velvety texture and a natural sweetness of its own. A good Indian Mysore is sweet a medium to full body and a subtle, rich flavour complemented by a medium acidity.
  •  You will receive 130 grams of roasted coffee beans for £5.00. At 5 grams per Cafetière you should be able to make 26 to 52 cups, depending on cup size and personal taste. This works out at between nineteen pence and nine pence per cup.

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