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The Weekly Bean, Coffee Sale!

Tis the season to be jolly! Chilly nights and early mornings are the perfect times to cozy up with a warm cup of coffee in hand and some good holiday tunes or surrounded by loved ones. This time of year pretty much gives us the best feels! In order to make your winter even more special, we'd like to offer you one of our best coffees at a discounted rate.20% Off on Kaldeva!Coffee is the perfect gift. But how do you know if the person you'll gift it to will like it? To make life simpler, we've chosen Kaldeva for our sale because it hits all the notes. Hints of cocoa, fruit, and nuttiness. This coffee has everything any coffee drinker...

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Squapl Magzine

Choose The Right Coffee Bean Dec 6, 2016 Coffee drinking is changing in India. It is no more an Italian thing when it comes to artisan coffee or speciality coffees. Indian consumers are catching up with their international counterparts in taking coffee drinking to a new high. Millennials today question about the origin of the coffee bean and the brewing techniques used. though it is still a niche segment and only a selected few are interested it is matter of time this trend will catch up. Do it Yourself (DIY) is the way of live today, when it comes to coffee its no exception. Looking for good single origin or shade grown coffee bean and that too roasted as per...

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The Weekly Bean, November Processing

Let's get into processing. Nothing beats the blues like process. Oh, you thought all coffee roasters were hipsters who just did things spontaneously? That's partially true but there's a method to our deliciousness. Wet Processing CoffeeThe processing of coffee that we're referring to is that bit of work required to get coffeefrom cherry to seed. The roasting comes after and the delivery and grinding is the final step.  ICYMI or have been living under a rock, coffee beans are the seeds of coffee cherries. These cherries grow on trees and for the most part, people pick them by hand when they are ripe.  The cherries consist of a skin, pulp, shell, silverskin and the seed or coffee bean. The goal is...

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Coffee and a Story!

The Indian Bean   The Indian Bean travels around the countryside in search of Indian coffee beans, building a community that supports indigenous and socially conscious farming practices. The Indian Bean is single origin, from one farm/ estate and is the pouring brand in Leaping Windows in Mumbai , Daddy’s Deli in Bengaluru and a few other coffee shops across India.   Coffee Varieties   Appa: Washed Arabica from Coorg Malnad: A roasted mix of Arabica, Natural Arabica and Natural Robusta Forest Coffee: 100% Arabica from deep in the BR Hills, Karnataka Kaldeva: From Kaldevapura estate in Baba Budangiri, Karnataka Frowner’s: From the Pulney’s region of Kodaikanal   Price range: Rs 270 to Rs 450 for 250 gm; the brand...

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BEAN STOCK: FIVE INDIAN COFFEE BRANDS TO TRY

May 16, 2016 The Daily Pao Despite the fact that India is a major coffee-producing nation, until the arrival of cafe chains such as Barista and CCD the beverage was to a large extent the preserve of south Indian states where the stuff is grown. The rest of us contentedly drank instant coffee. Filter coffee was had as a meal-ender at Udupi joints and in restaurants that by the enlightened standards of today served brews that would be considered undrinkable. It’s only in the last five years or so that coffee has acquired a cachet among a constituency of consumers keen to know the provenance of what they’re eating and drinking. The interest has been fuelled by two groups of people: entrepreneurs who began sourcing and...

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