Arabica beans from Chikmagalur are sent to Mangalore, a city on the west coast of India. Coffee beans absorb moisture from the coastal winds during the onset of monsoon and bloat, giving them a pale yellow color with an increase in size. Thus we get some of the most unique flavours ever tasted in coffee. This practice is peculiar to India. Although the rest of the world has already come to appreciate this unique coffee, we are happy to bring this to the discerning cups of consumers, here in India. Most suitable for manual extraction methods and for black coffee drinkers.
Monsooned Malabar (French Press)
Tasting notes : Petrichor, buttery mouthfeel, Medium acidity, full body
Brewing recipe : 12g - 200ml - 3 minutes
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Bili Hu is born out of a passion for good coffees! Our purpose is to bring to your cup, unique and interesting coffees with a unique story at the crop level or at a post-harvest stage. We strive to sensitize your palate to premium, stand-alone coffees and encourage you to try coffees brewed in manual filters. The coffees we offer have been created in close collaboration with some of the best curers, roasters, and coffee estates across India. The word Bili Hu comes from Kannada – a language spoken in the state of Karnataka where coffees were first grown in India. ‘Bili hu’ is a white flower symbolic of the coffee plant flower that blooms to signify the yield in the harvest season.
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