Malabar Blues


Its chocolate notes are bold and the tinge of vanilla tops the whole experience. The coffee has a silky smooth, yet full body.

Tasting Notes: Chocolate, Vanilla
Process: Monsooned
Roast level:
250 gms
250 gms
1 Kg
1 Kg

Roaster Thoughts

A coffee seed wrapped in leaf gold that will smack you out of your dreams in the morning, or whenever you need a kickstart. If you believe you don’t like espresso, try this. It’ll change the way you think about espresso. Extra smooth & chocolaty extremely low in acidity. If it was chewable, we could sell it as cake.

We love a good Monsooned French Press, but with the Chemex or the V60, this cup is equally excellent. There’s no rule to it. Try it with different methods to see which one highlights its taste profile best for you.

The origin of the Monsooned Malabar goes way back to the British Raj, during which the beans were transported to Europe in the hulls of clipper ships. A journey that lasted three months. The processing would take place naturally as the heavy monsoon winds from the Arabian sea would help the beans develop a unique flavour. Today, coffee traders have replicated the conditions on land and brought back a flavour that once was thought to be lost in history.

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About the roaster

Marc’s coffee strongly believes in the “crop-to-cup philosophy” so they ensure that the coffee you’re about to drink is made with utmost care and detail. They source their green coffee beans from independent farmers across the nation and Marc’s is involved in the post-harvest process of all of them. They have a holistic approach which prioritises ethical sourcing and ecologically sound farming practices. Strap in as you’re about to consume some of the highest quality coffee beans grown in India!