India Thipanahalli Baba Budangiri Fully Washed




It is said in 1670, coffee came to India from the Arab world by a pilgrim called Baba Budan also known as Hazrat Shah Janab Allah Magatabi.

Baba Budan smuggled seven seeds ( seven is considered to be a lucky number in Islam) of coffee in his tunic while he was coming back from Mecca then planted these seeds in the now known area of Chikmagular district of the Karnataka region, which set the stage for the cultivation of coffee in India.

So significant were his actions that the hills in that area bears his name, Bababudangiri. The coffees from the Thippanahalli Estate are grown and harvested by the Araluguppe family, one of the pioneering coffee plantation families in India. The family has been growing coffee since 1860 and the present members are their fifth and sixth generation coffee planters.

Notes :  Dark cacao and brown sugar and spices with long lingering aftertaste. Full Body

Roast Level : Medium Dark

Region : Baba Budangiri

Process  : Fully Washed

Varietal : S795

Altitude : 1300 + masl


Recommended Brew at below 90C water as we found the coffee taste better at 88C.

18gm ground coffee to 280ml 20gm ground coffee to 310ml

* If you like less intensity or low strength : Grind Coarse or lower down water temp 88C*

⭕️ Suitable for Filter Drip, Aeropress, French Press

⭕️ Packed in aluminium foil coffee bag with valve


✴️Freshly Roasted

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✴️MESTi certified

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Roasting is our passion, we promise our roasted beans are all freshly roasted.

Coffee consumption for espresso roast profiles is recommended to rest the coffee for a minimum of 10 days before you consume and espresso roast will be good to be served within 2 months for better quality.

As for Filter Coffee, the best period of time will take 7-30 days.

Additionally, the expired date of our very own roasted coffee can hold up to 12 months.



Coffee has four enemies; heat, light, air, and moisture.

Storing coffee in conditions that expose it to these elements will allow for the coffee to lose its flavor rapidly. Coffee should be stored in an airtight container.

We suggest either a glass, metal, or ceramic, coffee should not be stored in the freezer as coffee beans are porous and will also absorb unwanted flavors from your freezer.


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