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Yelnoorkhan Estate

Melon, Chocolate, Peach

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Medium High

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We’re so excited to get Yelnoorkhan Estate on board with us as a partner farm for the very first time!

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1158-1524 M




Chikmagalur, Karnataka



We’re so excited to get Yelnoorkhan Estate on board with us as a partner farm for the very first time! The producer has specially processed this coffee by pulping the cherry and leaving the coffee beans to ferment with the sweet mucilage intact for 18 hours, before washing off the remaining mucilage and drying the beans, giving the coffee a unique fruity flavour profile. This coffee has a medium body with aromas of marzipan and melon, along with a juicy mouthfeel which is best savoured as an Espresso, Pour Over, in the Moka Pot or an AeroPress. With low bitterness levels and medium-high acidity, this coffee can be enjoyed black or with milk. If you’ve enjoyed our coffees from Thogarihunkal and Kerehaklu Estate, you’ll love this one!

Tasting Notes:  Melon, Chocolate, Peach

Roast Level: Medium

About Yelnoorkhan Estate

Situated a stone’s throw away from Karnataka's highest peak, Mullayanagiri in Chikmagalur, Yelnoorkhan Estate was established in 1903. It happens to be one of the few coffee estates in India which are located at an elevation of 5,000 ft (1158 - 1524 M) above the sea level.


Brewing Guides

French Press

20g Coffee Amount
94°C Water Temperature
5 Min Brew Time
240ml Water Volume
French Press Grind Size

Brewing Method

  • Add 20g coffee, start the timer and pour 240ml of water and make sure all the grinds are wet.
  • After 4 minutes, gently stir the grinds on top for 5 seconds to break the crust.
  • Place the lid and slowly plunge at the 5-minute mark.
  • Pour into your cup immediately after plunging to avoid over extracting the coffee.


18g Coffee Amount
92°C Water Temperature
2:20 Min Brew Time
220ml Water Volume
AeroPress Grind Grind Size

Brewing Method

  • Pre-wet the filter paper, add 18g of coffee, and lock the cap into the chamber.
  • Start the timer and add 100 ml of water.
  • Let it bloom for 30 seconds, then add 120ml more water.
  • When it reaches the 2:20-minute mark, plunge slowly.

South Indian Filter

20g Coffee Amount
93°C Water Temperature
100ml Water Volume
Medium Fine Grind Size

Brewing Method

  • Add coffee into the top chamber.
  • Pour hot water on the top, place the lid and let it drip through for 10 mins.
  • You can add sugar, milk or more hot water to your liking.

Moka Pot

20g Coffee Amount
40-50°C Water Temperature
2:30-3 Min Brew Time
120ml Water Volume
Medium Fine Grind Size

Brewing Method

  • Add warm water in the lower chamber and fill the filter with coffee.
  • Screw on the top and place it on the stove on medium heat.
  • Remove from the stove once you hear a hissing sound.


17g Coffee Amount
93°C Water Temperature
3:30-4 Min Brew Time
250ml Water Volume
Pour Over Grind Grind Size

Brewing Method

  • Rinse the filter paper with hot water to pre-heat the cone.
  • Add 17g of coffee and start the timer. Pour 75ml of water and swirl the cone 4-5 times.
  • Let the coffee bloom for 30 seconds.
  • Then pour 175ml of water let the coffee drip through.


18g Coffee Amount
95°C Water Temperature
4:30 Min Brew Time
210ml Water Volume
Very Coarse Grind Size

Brewing Method

  • Add 18g coffee in a channi (stainer) and start pouring 210ml of hot water gently on top of the coffee for 30-35 seconds.
  • Stir twice with a spoon and wait for 4:30 minutes.
  • Remove the channi and your coffee is ready.

Home Espresso

18g Coffee Amount
88-95 (pre-set machine) Water Temperature
28 Sec Brew Time
Full Tank Water Volume
Home Espresso Grind Grind Size

Brewing Method

  • Add water to your machine. Place 18g of ground coffee in your basket, and very lightly press and flatten out the grinds with your tamper.
  • Insert the handle into the machine and turn it on to make an espresso.
  • Start the timer and stop the machine 2-3 seconds before the recommended brew time as coffee will continue to drip through.
  • If you’re using scales, the shot should weigh between the suggested range (35ml-45ml).
  • You can add steamed milk or hot water to taste.

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