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Our Araku coffee is full-bodied, with a creamy and smooth mouthfeel, offering a sweet and fruity flavour profile with notes of dark chocolate, raspberries, and a hint of vanilla. The Araku region in India, formerly known as a low-standard coffee production wasteland, has transformed into a recognizable global specialty coffee production hub. Small farmers in the region have received technical support and training, ultimately resulting in a state-of-the-art Coffee Processing Unit fully equipped with modern coffee pulpers.


    We're committed to delivering a fresh and flavorful coffee experience right to your cup. Our coffees are roasted on demand, ensuring that every bean is at its peak freshness when it reaches you.


    We're passionate about ethical and responsible practices at every step of the coffee-making process. From sourcing to roasting, our coffees are carefully selected, hand-roasted, and slow-crafted. Our commitment to responsibility is reflected in our packaging, which uses kraft paper with minimal CCP laminate that's aluminium-free. We've gone the extra mile by not using the special PP plastic gas valve found in many other coffee packaging. We're also proud to be CO2 and Plastic Neutral.

    Learn more about our responsibility efforts here.



Baba Budangiri

COFFEE roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

Cupping notes

Caramel, chocolate,



In the historic Baba Budangiri hills of Karnataka, legend tells of Baba Budan, who 400 years ago smuggled seven mocha coffee beans from Yemen and planted them, marking the genesis of India's coffee industry. Today, Hoysala Farm, established in 1889 and managed by the 4th generation, honors this legacy. With eco-friendly practices, they cultivate a rich blend of Arabica and Robusta under a biodiverse canopy, producing distinct Natural, Fully Washed, and Honey coffees.

Acidity: High
Altitude: 1000 - 1500 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: S795, SL9, Cauvery
Process: Washed