Bili Hu Coffees
SINGLE ESTATE COFFEE COMBO
BEAN: Arabica |
ROAST: Medium |
Single estate coffee – In and around Chikmagalur
Roast level : Medium
Processing : Washed (Aghora Estate), Pulped Sun-dried (Balur Estate)
A combo of Single Estate coffees you won’t regret !
This combo includes two single estates coffees from In and around Chikmagalur, Karnataka which are uniquely processed and have a unique story from plucking the cherries to roasting of green beans. We hope you appreciate these gourmet coffees.
1. Aghora Estate – run by a lady farmer, this is a 20 acre plot, top of the hill, amidst a larger 200 acre plantation. They grow multiple crops alongside coffee and use sustainable agricultural practices to grow their coffee. They are known mostly for the immense wildlife that thrives at the plantation.
2. Balur Estate – run by a fourth generation planter, this is a plantation that thrives on sustainable farming practices amidst a rainforest. They grow multiple spices and tropical fruits alongside coffee and have a lake within the plantation that is usually used to distribute water across the farm. It’s among the lesser known plantations that have their own curing works at the farm and have full control of their crop.
Most suitable for manual extraction methods and for black coffee drinkers
Each pack is of 200g, so the total coffee you receive is 400g
Bili Hu is born out of a passion for good coffees !
Our purpose is to bring to your cup, unique and interesting coffees that were meant only for export until now. Also, we are continuously on the lookout for coffees with a unique story at the crop level or at a post-harvest stage.
We strive to sensitise your palate to premium standalone coffees while we also offer you balanced blends that are easily available at our clients? hotels, restaurants and cafes. For the same, we encourage you try coffees brewed in manual filters apart from the espresso machine.
The coffees we offer have been created in close collaboration with some of the best Curers, roasters and coffee estate owners across India.
The word Bili Hu comes from Kannada ? a language spoken in the state of Karnataka where coffees were first grown in India. ?Bili hu? is a white flower symbolic of the coffee plant flower, that blooms to signify the yield in harvest season.