India: Edition 22.039

Balmaadi Estate

  • Flavour profile Dark chocolate, walnut, dark cherry
  • Process Natural
  • Varietal Kent, S-795
  • Roast Dark

£13.75


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  • Brimming with dark chocolate, delicate dark cherry and walnut notes add depth but this is all about the chocolate.

    • Country: India
    • State: Tamil Nadu
    • Region: Nilgiris
    • Farm: Balmaadi Estate
    • Owner: Unnamalai Thiagarajan
    • Varietals: Kent and S-795
    • Process: Natural
    • Drying method: Patios and African beds
    • Altitude: 1,200–1,830 m.a.s.l.
    • Farm size: 169 hectares
    • Coffee growing area: 148 hectares
  • Dark chocolate, walnut, dark cherry

    • Clean cup: (1–8): 6
    • Sweetness: (1–8): 6
    • Acidity: (1–8): 6
    • Mouthfeel: (1–8): 6.5
    • Flavour: (1–8): 6.5
    • Aftertaste: (1–8): 6
    • Balance: (1–8): 6.5
    • Overall: (1–8): 6.5
    • Correction:(+36): +36
    • Total: (max. 100): 86

    Roasting Information 
    Dark - this needs to be pushed (just) into the edge of second to get the flavour properly developed.

  • If you place an order before 07:30, it will be roasted and dispatched that day. If you order after 07:30, it will carry over to the following working day for roasting.

    We offer free UK mainland delivery on all orders over £50.00. One bag sent with First Class postage will cost £1.95, and one bag sent with Second Class postage will cost £1.00. DPD next working day delivery is available for a flat rate of £5.00 for all orders up to 10kg.

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Balmaadi Estate

Balmaadi Estate is situated in the Nilgiris district of India’s southern state of Tamil Nadu. It is part of a group of plantations developed over 150 years ago by Scotsman John Ouchterloney and sits nestled in the verdant O’Valley, which is criss-crossed by numerous mountain streams. With plantations at an elevation ranging from 1,200-1,800 metres, Balmaadi produces some of India’s highest grown coffee.

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