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If you are a fan of an Earthy coffee, then you must know about the PREMIUM, Spicy aromatic, Smoky and Chocolaty coffee, Monsoon Malabar. It is one of a kind cup of coffee that gives a soothing monsoonal experience which is personally going to blow your taste buds. A little insight about the Monsoon Malabar coffee that gives a clear picture of its uniqueness. Monsooned Malabar is a process applied to coffee beans. The harvested coffee seeds are exposed to the monsoon rain and winds for a period of about three to four months, causing the beans to swell and lose the original acidity, resulting in a flavor profile with a practically neutral pH balance. Malabar has always been a choice of all...

The world’s Most Expensive Coffee? Coffee is considered to be the most soothing type of beverage. It is very popular with people of all ages, especially to those who require an energy boost. In this blog, we are going to discuss a very premium coffee, Kopi Luwak or Civet Cat Coffee. So what exactly is the Kopi Luwak? Kopi Luwak is the world's most expensive coffee; its cost ranges from $35- $100 per cup in a regular coffee shop or $100 - $600 per pound. The primary factor of its high price is the unique method of producing such a coffee. It is produced from the coffee beans which have been digested by a particular Indonesian cat-like animal called the Palm Civet...

People hear of the so-called "poop coffee" or "cat coffee", a type of coffee made from coffee beans that have been ingested and excreted by the palm civet(A species of cat). It's an oddity in the coffee world, for sure. But now, it isn't the only "animal-processed" coffee available. There's another type, called "monkey coffee" or "monkey parchment coffee", which is currently being produced. The monkeys in the wild jungles of the Ghats are instinctively attracted to the most ripe and sweetest coffee cherries. These monkeys pluck the tastiest cherries, chew on them leisurely for a few minutes and then spit the remainder. What is left is the seed and its outer layer surrounding the seed (parchment). Hence it gets the...

Sundried coffee as the name suggests involves drying of beans with the heat and energy of the sun. The dry process is the most simple, effective and natural way to dry the beans. Sun dried coffee interacts with the energy from the rays and undergoes changes in the chemical composition of the cherry. This leaves a unique taste and flavor in the coffee which is what makes sun-dried coffee interesting and curious. The dry process requires very hot weather making it suitable only in few places. It is done mainly in Brazil, Paraguay and 90% of the Arabica coffee which is mainly produced in India. After the wet process, the beans are then parched and readied to dry. At that moment, the beans...