Story of Kaffa Cerrado

“Kaffa” is the first word for coffee and a forest in Ethiopia, the birthplace of coffee. “Cerrado” is a growing region in Brazil, the largest producer of coffee. Kaffa Cerrado is a celebration of the world’s favourite beans and an exploration of coffee from its origin to what it has become today, the world’s most widely consumed beverage. As the world explores the third wave of coffee – “Specialty coffee,” we prepare ourselves for India to enter this phase.

Vanilla, Honeyed Figs, Citric

Kalledevarapura Estate

Rs.315

Shade grown at about 1300 meters, this is a speciality coffee with the unique "pulp sun-dried" processing. This coffee boasts a strong note of figs caramelized in honey with an undertone of citric acidity. With a medium body, this coffee has a lingering aftertatse of sweetened vanilla. 

Roast Level: 4.5

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Sweet, Pepper, Velvety

Gung Giri Estate

Rs.315

Full bodied and creamy, this coffee is grown at an altitude of about 1100 meters. With a tangerine sweetness and an aroma of browned butter, this coffee has a peppery finish. With a delicate and muted acidity and a velvety mouth feel, it is a perfectly balanced cup.

Roast Level: 8.5

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Berries, Caramelized Nuts, Creamy

Sumatra Mandheling

Rs.425

A powerful coffee with a low acidity, this Sumatran coffee is grown at an altitude of about 1000m. With a heavy velvety body and a lingering spicy finish, this coffee boasts rustic earthy flavors complemented with notes of raisin and subtle plum.

Roast Level: 6.5

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Light, Lemon, Toffied Caramel

Mysore Nuggets Extra Bold

Rs.315

Grown at an altitude of about 1200 meters, this is the highest grade of washed Arabica available in India. It is an excessively sweet coffee having notes of toffied caramel and a mild aftertaste of bitter lemon. With an intense aroma and light body, it is one of the best knows coffees of India

Roast Level: 6

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Blackberry, Citrus, Fresh

Kenya

Rs.575

Grown at an altitude between 1500 – 2000 m, this is one of the top gourmet coffees of the world. A highly prized and well-preserved trait of this coffee is the fresh, sparking acidity. With a full body and alternating notes of citrus, chocolate toned blackberry and nuts, this is a deliciously aromatic coffee.

Roast Level: 5

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Jasmine, Wild Cherries, Papaya

Ethiopia Washed Sidamo

Rs.425

This is an exquisite coffee with a distinctively rich flavor. With a striking acidity, flowery notes of jasmine and lavender, fruity notes of papaya, wild cherries and mountain berries, it is an extraordinary balanced cup with medium body. It opens into a nutty, sweet cup and is considered among the best in the world.

Roast Level: 4.5

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Honey, Roasted Almonds, Chocolate

Brazil Pico Mirante

Rs.425

Produced in the Fazenda Passeio, Sul de Minas at about 1000 meters above sea level. In the cup, it is low in acidity with a honey-like body complemented with a sweet aroma. It is often accompanied with a nutty flavor reminiscent of roasted almond and hazelnut with hints of cocoa.

Roast Level: 6

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Mellow, Sweet, Nutty

Colombia Supremo

Rs.425

This is probably the best-known Colombian coffee thanks to its particularly sweet taste; its name derives from the bean size. It is easily digestible, with its light and delicate taste, its medium acidity, and slightly nutty taste. Its mellow aroma and medium to full body makes it ideal for a mid-morning or mid-afternoon break.

Roast Level: 5.5

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Blackberry, Rich, Dark Chocolate

Salvador SHG

Rs.425

Strictly high grown coffees in Salvador are grown at an altitude of above 1200 m. A well-structured coffee with a fruity aroma, it features notes of blackberry, spices, dark chocolate and other tropical fruits. With a rich body and a slightly muted acidity, this coffee is sweet in the cup.

Roast Level: 8

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Salted Caramel, Orange, Plum

Nicaragua SHG

Rs.425

One of the highest grown coffees of Central America, at over 1250 m, this is a full-bodied coffee with a crisp brightness. Strong chocolate flavors evolve into fruity notes of cherry, orange and plum with a salted caramel sweetness, praline and spicy nuances. A lingering aftertaste with a nutty aroma makes for a great cup.

Roast Level: 6.5

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Pineapple, Pistachio, Macadamia Nuts

Costa Rica Tarrazu

Rs.425

This coffee is grown at an altitude of 1400 – 1600 m and really stands out with an aroma of dry tropical fruits and macadamia nuts. A coffee with low acidity, it has flavors of tropical spiced pineapple, orange and peach with an understated hint of pistachio and a sweet chocolaty aftertaste.

Roast Level: 6

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