Gurugram: The all-new avatar of Bahrisons
Livemint on December 22, 2017
At a time when it isn’t unusual to hear of iconic bookshops shutting down, news of one expanding to a bigger space makes Christmas feel a lot cheerier. The nearly...
Blue Tokai Coffee to brew in Gurgaon
Economic Times Retail on September 17, 2017
Blue Tokai Coffee, a retailer of roasted beans and operator of a cafe chain known for its brewing techniques and variety of flavours, is set to open an outlet on MG...
Champa Gali: This hidden Parisian passageway is Delhi’s culinary, cultural delight
Hindustan Times on October 23, 2017
Kuldeep Singh, 52, a bus contractor and driver, is being sought out by many suave, English-speaking entrepreneurs, all wanting to rent a piece of land he and his brothers own...
Blue Tokai to The Flying Squirrel: The best of the new-wave Indian roasters
GQ India on January 25, 2017
Your relationship with it has evolved since the days when burnt watery drip got you through finals. You’re a macchiato man now. A lover of la dolce vita. But there’s a...
India's New Coffee Entrepreneur Blue Tokai Connects Farmers And Customers
Forbes on March 30, 2015
Delhi-based couple, Matt Chitharanjan and Namrata Asthana, are hoping to convert a fraction of India’s massive tea drinking population into coffee connoisseurs. What started as a hobby has turned into a...
A Coffee Culture Begins to Stir in India
Los Angeles Times on December 9, 2014
Three generations of Tarun Cariappa's family have grown coffee on their highland farm in southern India, 38 rolling acres of dark green bushes interspersed with towering jackfruit and mango trees...
How This Coffee Entrepreneur Is Overcoming Hurdles To Build A Mission-Driven Company
Forbes on June 29, 2016
Around the world, coffee shops have become meeting points for “urban tribes,” creative types, freelancers, and pour-over junkies. In India, though, running a coffee business is still a tricky pursuit, riddled...
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Fine grind, a bit finer than table salt.
Fine grind, slightly finer than sand granules
South Indian filter
Medium fine grind, suitable for filters with small holes.
Medium fine grind for stovetop espresso makers, also good for single cup pourovers.
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Medium coarse grind, suitable for 1-2 minute brew times.
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