Arabica Red Honey High Elevation – Sonnets By Tata Coffee

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  • Arabica Red Honey High Elevation

    Dark Roast | Coffee Filter
    Regular price
    ₹ 450.00
    Sale price
    ₹ 450.00
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    per 
    250 g

    English Planter Thomas Cannon planted the Mylemoney estate in Chikmagalur in the 19th century and it is one of the best estates in the region. Home to one of the rarest strains of Arabica, The Kent, microlots from this estate are a connoisseur’s delight. The Arabica Red Honey High Elevation not only appeals to your senses but also creates an experience to remember.

    A burst of rich and dark caramel, dark chocolate, caramelized citrus with flashes of lemon gives the cup a flavorful bitter-sweet finish.

    Origin: Mylemoney, Chikmangalur

    English Planter Thomas Cannon planted the Mylemoney estate in Chikmagalur in the 19th century and it is one of the best estates in the region. Home to one of the rarest strains of Arabica, The Kent, microlots from this estate are a connoisseur’s delight. The Arabica Red Honey High Elevation not only appeals to your senses but also creates an experience to remember.

    A bright cup with a fair & delicate mouthfeel and lingering flavours of orange, lemon, green apple and mandarin with flashes of sweetness.

    Origin: Mylemoney, Chikmangalur

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    The Origin

    A regal 19th-century estate, the Mylemoney estate in Chikmagalur is reckoned as one of the best estates in the region, planted by English Planter Thomas Cannon. It is home to one of the rarest strains of Arabica, The Kent. Lush green forests and rich wildlife play hide and seek in this magnanimous estate located in the mountain range of Mullayangiri, the highest peak in Karnataka. By the 1860s, the word about the finesse of ‘Mylemoney Brand - Cannon’s Coffee’ reached the markets of London. Today, the experience of sensational coffee is grown, roasted and ground here. 

    Altitude: 1140-1220 mtrs

    The Journey
    Thriving on the steep slopes of Mullayangiri, the microlot is a high-quality yield of shade-grown Arabica. The microlot is collected, pulped and processed in the estate following the most hygienic standards. 18 hours of fermentation followed by splashes of added sugarcane juice to the pulp gives it the sweetish and citrusy punch. The coffee is then dried under shade for 20-25 days before being ready to be roasted and ground.
    The Origin

    A regal 19th-century estate, the Mylemoney estate in Chikmagalur is reckoned as one of the best estates in the region, planted by English Planter Thomas Cannon. It is home to one of the rarest strains of Arabica, The Kent. Lush green forests and rich wildlife play hide and seek in this magnanimous estate located in the mountain range of Mullayangiri, the highest peak in Karnataka. By the 1860s, the word about the finesse of ‘Mylemoney Brand - Cannon’s Coffee’ reached the markets of London. Today, the experience of sensational coffee is grown, roasted and ground here. 

    Altitude: 1140-1220 mtrs

    The Journey
    Thriving on the steep slopes of Mullayangiri, the microlot is a high-quality yield of shade-grown Arabica. The microlot is collected, pulped and processed in the estate following the most hygienic standards. 18 hours of fermentation followed by splashes of added sugarcane juice to the pulp gives it the sweetish and citrusy punch. The coffee is then dried under shade for 20-25 days before being ready to be roasted and ground.
    BREWING NOTES
    Coffee Filter
    • Add 2 teaspoons ( 10 gms approx. ) of coffee to the upper part of the filter
    • Place the plunger on top of coffee powder & pour 100 ml of hot water to the coffee
    • Let the coffee soak and then cover the filter for 15 mins approx.
    • Let the concoction steep through
    • You can add milk and sugar as per your preference
    French Press
    • Add 10 gms of coffee to the French Press
    • Add 180 ml of hot water to the coffee
    • Let it brew for 3-4 minutes
    • Slowly press the plunger down to separate the grounds
    • Suggested brew without milk and sugar
    • Your cup is ready
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