The Shevaroy is a hill range located in the South-Eastern Ghats in a region dotted with plateaus at an elevation of about 5000 feet above sea level. Yercaud the, the main town of this region, is a popular tourist destination. The native forest of the Shevaroys referred to as Sholas are home to various endemic flora and fauna, and these verdant forests skirt well maintained coffee farms which produce fine Arabica coffee. Coffee was introduced to the Shevaroys in 1825 by M.D. Cockburn who was the collector of Salem. William H. Ukers identified the Shevaroys, as a source of some of the best coffees from India in his book “All About Coffee” published in 1922. In the Shevaroys, coffee is cultivated on the hill slopes at an elevation between 3000 feet to 5000 feet. In the coffee farms – pepper, oranges, pears, avocado, clove and cardamom are cultivated as intercrops. The intercropping of fruits and spices lends to the distinct flavor profile of coffee.
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