MSP Orchardale: Natural
The third coffee in our latest Producer Series is an experimental lot from MSP Orchardale.
Shevaroy Hills, Tamil Nadu
Sln 9, S795
The third coffee in our latest Producer Series is an experimental lot from MSP Orchardale. Situated at 1500 MASL, it is one of the highest coffee plantations in the Shevaroy Hills. Coffee has been a part of the family for generations and with their experience in traditional and experimental methods, they have consistently produced lots that our roasters have loved working on. For this particular coffee, Navin Rajes, the producer said, “We included smaller nuances such as varied stop/start methods during fermentation and especially during the drying process to achieve the fruity profiles we were seeking to create. We were looking at getting coffee that are intense, deep, yet those that maintain a beautiful balance between the freshness and intensity of the dark fruit notes”.
Tasting Notes: Apricot, Green Grape, Coffee Blossom, Mix Berry Jam
Roast Level: Light
About the producer:
NAVIN RAJES, PRODUCER
A fifth-generation grower of the MSP Coffee family, Navin is fond of experimenting with coffee processing and his interest in an age-old wine-making process was the inspiration behind this coffee.
About the roaster:
HARSHITHA SINDHU, JUNIOR ROASTER
Harshitha has been roasting coffees with us for almost two years now and she believes that the knowledge she has gained from the roasting process has deeply widened her knowledge of sourcing beans.
Country of Origin:India
Manufactured By:Muhavra Enterprises Private Limited
The newest addition to MSP’s family of seven farms, MSP Orchardale Estate is one of the highest coffee plantations in the Shevaroy hills, situated 1500 metres above sea level. Coffee has run in the family for generations and with their experience in traditional as well as experimental methods, they have consistently produced lots that our roasters have loved working on.VISIT FARM
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