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bpb Gift Hamper On TV!

October 15, 2014 Aniruddha Sen

bpb is happy to announce that we are the official gift partners for Zee Café’s celebrity talk show, Look Who’s Talking With Niranjan Iyengar, putting together the hamper for them filled with all our favourite treats! See below for the lovely list of vendors we featured in the goodie basket that went out to Karan Johar, Sonam Kapoor, Ranveer Singh, Kajol and others! Tea Trunk Tea With an aim to educate tea lovers across the country about ‘tea as it should be’, Snigdha Manchanda’s teas come in flavours that are anything but usual, and most certainly lovely. We love...


We made it to no.4 on the Time Out Guide.

October 02, 2014 Kunal Ross

Coffee Tasting at The Bombay Store Listed by theindianbean.com via Facebook Wed Oct 1 2:00 pm to Sat Oct 4 9:00 pm https://world.timeout.com/


THE PERFECT DAILY GRIND

July 31, 2014 Kunal Ross

INDIAN BEAN WATAPI One of the Perfect Daily Grind team recently ventured to Mumbai and, as usual, I scoured the web & pestered contacts in search of a coffee shop to visit. I couldn’t find a single independent specialty coffee shop and began to feel that the terms “Third Wave” and “Specialty Coffee” hadn’t yet reached India. Surprising news, considering that India has a middle-class numbering around 50 million and is the world’s sixth largest coffee producer (of which 25% is Arabica). So when we discovered “The Indian Bean”, a web-store venture which sources, roasts & delivers (free of charge)...


A taste of India now a few clicks away

October 24, 2013 Aniruddha Sen

My childhood memories of family trips have vivid images of my grandmother stuffing her oversized trunk with various foodstuffs wrapped in bed sheets or towels. Whether it was apples from Kashmir or mustard from Kolkata, she loved regional produce.

Click for Gourmet Coffee - As featured in Man's World India

September 27, 2013 Aniruddha Sen

  Ditch those instant coffee packets. Three new websites are bringing gourmet coffee right to your doorstep. “Nearly 80 percent of India's coffee bean produce is exported every year, and finding good quality coffee is very difficult,” says Kunal Ross, a former hospitality and advertising professional and the man behind indianbean. com, the country’s first coffee delivery website. Ross, who launched the website in October last year, travelled across coffee plantations in south India before tying up with single estate plantations in Kodaikanal, in Tamil Nadu, and Coorg, in Karnataka. Single estate coffee, much like single malt whisky, is grown in...