Coffee Bean Direct Indian Monsooned Malabar, Whole Bean Coffee, 5-Pound Bag

June 16, 2017 - Comment

This is a very unique coffee hailing from India. After harvest, the green coffee beans are exposed to the annual Monsoon winds of India. As the beans absorb the moisture of the windy air, they expand in size and take on a unique flavor. We city roast this coffee bean, which retains the very special

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This is a very unique coffee hailing from India. After harvest, the green coffee beans are exposed to the annual Monsoon winds of India. As the beans absorb the moisture of the windy air, they expand in size and take on a unique flavor. We city roast this coffee bean, which retains the very special taste characteristics. Monsooned Malabar sports an earthy flavor that is normally associated with Indonesian coffees, and is surprisingly smooth.

Product Features

  • Coffee is roasted fresh immediately prior to packaging
  • Coffee beans are slow-roasted to bring out a fuller, more even flavor
  • Whole bean coffee stays fresher longer
  • Coffee beans are packaged to ensure optimal freshness
  • A special coffee bean that tastes like no other type

Comments

Ms.W says:

Freeze, then grind. These people were so nice in making up for my mistake in ordering beans instead of ground coffee, that I have decided to order a coffee grinder tonight. I guess fate has brought me back to “the bean”, about a month after tossing my grinder. It’s okay. I had it for many years. A new article in the New York Times last week (for those of us who are coastal elite, coffee bean latte drinkers) that had a really scientific study showing that freezing the beans first and grinding them while…

AF says:

Wow – great coffee!! I’m not a coffee snob, other than I like to grind my beans fresh and use a French press. I’m generally on a budget, but I haven’t been completely happy with what’s available at the supermarket – either quality or price. I decided to give this a shot because of the price and reviews, and I’m glad I did.First, this coffee smells incredible – it’s almost reminiscent of popcorn, in a way. But I can’t really describe the earthy, toasty smell other than it’s the best smelling coffee…

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