Salawara Estate (Carbonic Maceration)

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Salawara literally means a string of blessings.Located in the lush foothills of India’s western ghats near Sakleshpur / Belur region, this estate is spread over 145 hectares. Established by the Britishers in the late 1880s. The coffee crop from the Salawara estate is successfully inter-cropped with pepper, Areca nut, oranges, and silver oak trees which brings in the perfect balance of richness and heritage.

  • Origin

    Chikmagalur.

  • Roast Type

    Filter Roast.

  • Tasting Notes

    Candied Apple,Tangerine and Hibiscus.

  • How to Brew

    Pour Over,Aeropress and Frenchpress.

    The Brew Guide

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Third generation Producer Sharan YK pushed the boundaries of quality, innovation, and sustainable farming practices leading to the best quality bean award from Ernesto illy in 2018.
We partnered with Sharan in 2020 to work on some advanced processing methods and Sharan’s willingness to have us come down to be part of the complete processing cycle for 2021 harvest, led us to work very closely in developing a number of different coffees options and we are so proud to have Salwara estate coffee on our platform for 2021.

Located in the lush foothills of India’s western ghats near Sakleshpur / Belur region, Salawara estate is spread over 145 hectares. Established by the Britishers in the late 1880s. The coffee crop from the Salawara estate is successfully inter-cropped with pepper, Areca nut, oranges, and silver oak trees which brings in the perfect balance of richness and heritage. Salawara literally means a string of blessings.

Pack

250 gms, 500 gms, 1 Kg

Grind Size

Aeropress, Channi, Cold Brew, Commercial Espresso, French Press, Home Espresso, Inverted Aeropress, Mokapot, Pourover, Whole Beans

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