India, East Asia

Coffee production in India is dominant in the hill tracts of the South Indian states, with Karnataka accounting for 71%, followed by Kerala with 21% and Tamil Nadu. Indian coffee is said to be the finest coffee grown in the shade, rather than direct sunlight anywhere in the world.
Vasandh estate is located in the famed Baba Budan hills (Baba Budangiri, the birth place of coffee in India) near Chikmagalur district in Karnataka state. Cradled in lush natural surroundings, this well-established plantation has been producing quality coffee for decades and is committed to an eco-friendly environment. It is also known for its unique and varied flora and fauna.

Washed Arabic (Plantation AAA-MNEB)

Region: Bababudan Giri Hills

Province: Karnataka

Producer: Narendra

Farm Name: Vasandh Estate

Farm Size: 80 hectares

Altitude: 1100 – 1350 masl

Varietals: Arabica only

Cup Profile: Medium – Strong and well rounded body, milk chocolate& nuts with touch of spice, medium acidity with sweet clean finish

Washed Arabic (Plantation - PB)

Region: Bababudan Giri Hills

Province: Karnataka

Producer: Narendra

Farm Name: Vasandh Estate

Farm Size: 80 hectares

Altitude: 1100 – 1350 masl

Varietals: Arabica only

Cup Profile: Well balanced body with hint of tropical fruits and sweetness of sugar cane
Besides growing coffee, the estate intercrops cardamom, pepper, bananas and oranges. Vasandh Estate also has abundant reserves of timber —rosewood and silver oak among the varieties, providing shade for their coffees.

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