Coffee from Bababudangiris (Karnataka)

The birthplace of Indian coffee, Bababudangiris is named in honour of the legendary saint Baba Budan1 – who brought coffee to India. With a peak altitude of 1500 metres, the region is frequented by spotted deer. The coffee plantations here produce full bodied Arabicas, which ripen at a relatively slower pace due to mild weather conditions. The coffee from these carefully selected beans, which are processed through natural fermentation, has a full body, acidity, mild flavour and unmistakeable aroma with a hint of chocolate.