How many types of coffee are there in India?

How many types of coffee are there in India?

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  1. The two main varieties of coffee viz., Arabica and Robusta are grown in India. Arabica is mild coffee, but the beans being more aromatic, it has higher market value compared to Robusta beans. On the other hand Robusta has more strength and is, therefore, used in making various blends.

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    Indian coffee is the most extraordinary of beverages, offering intriguing subtlety and stimulating intensity. India is the only country that grows all of its coffee under shade .
    Arabica is mild coffee , but the beans being more aromatic, it has higher market value compared to Robusta beans. On the other hand Robusta has more strength and is, therefore, used in making various blends.
    Typically mild and not too acidic, these coffees possess an exotic full-bodied taste and a fine aroma. And maybe because of this reason India has consistently produced and exported a remarkable variety of high-quality coffees for over one hundred and fifty years!

    How many types of coffee are there in India?

    India’s coffee growing regions have diverse climatic conditions, which are well suited for cultivation of different varieties of coffee . Some regions with high elevations are ideally suited for growing Arabicas of mild quality while those with warm humid conditions are best suited for Robustas.
    Anamalais (Tamil Nadu): , high-grown Arabicas,including the exotic Kents
    Araku valley (Andhra Pradesh): Famous for Arabica
    Bababudangiris (Karnataka): Abundant Plantations with full-bodied Arabicas
    Biligiris (Karnatka/Tamil Nadu): Main coffee type found is Arabica
    Brahmaputra: Main coffee type found is Arabica
    Chikmagalur (Karnataka): Both Arabica and Robusta
    Coorg (Karnataka): Arabica – S.795, Sln.6, Sln.9; Cauvery; Robusta – S.274, CxR
    Manjarabad (Karnataka): Both Arabica & Robusta
    Nilgiris (Tamil Nadu): Arabica – S.795, Kents, Cauvery Robusta – P eridenia, S.274,
    Pulneys (Tamil Nadu) : S.795, Sln.5B, Sln.9, Sln.10, Cauvery
    Sheveroys (Tamil Nadu): Main coffee type Arabica
    Travancore (Kerala): Region noted for its Arabicas and Robustas.
    Wayanad (Kerala): These wonderful and exotic coffees are prepared from washed Arabicas grown in the regions of Chikmagalur, Coorg, Biligiris, Bababudangiris and Shevaroys. The beans are very large, uniform bluish-green in colour, with a clean polished appearance.

    How many types of coffee are there in India?

    Some of the special coffee variants are :
    Monsooned coffee (Monsooned Malabar AA) or coffee beans ’swollen’ with moisture from the air, is prepared at the curing works situated on the West Coast of Southern India. For preparing monsooned coffees only dry processed Arabica and Robusta beans are used.The best grade in monsooned coffee is Monsooned Malabar AA.
    Mysore Nuggets Extra Bold -The beans are very large, uniform bluish-green in colour, with a clean polished appearance. This is a rare, premium coffee and truly represents the best quality coffee from India.
    Robusta Kaapi Royale – This coffee is prepared from Robusta Parchment AB from the regions of Coorg, Wayanad, Chikmagalur and Travancore. The beans are bold, round with pointed ends, and grey to bluish-grey in colour.
    Hope this helps!

    How many types of coffee are there in India?

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