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Western Valley Coorg

Story of Western Valley Coorg

Western Valley Coffee is Fresh, Aromatic & will taste heavenly as each & every plant is grown with utmost care & love. The Coffee bean are carefully picked , Roasted ,Grounded & packed in a very hygienic environment in our plant situated in a beautiful village called Cheyyandane in Madikeri Taluk, Kodagu District

This village is situated at an 851 meters above the sea level & has the perfect weather to grow Coffee beans as it receives adequate rainfall throughout the year making the land fertile thus improving the quality & taste of the Coffee beans grown.

Look at Our Plantation

At The Western Valley Coorg we grow most of our offering on our own estates in Coorg which for those of you who don’t know is a beautiful, picturesque district in Karnataka, South India.

We started at the estate level, working with India’s (and possibly one among the world’s) finest coffee consultant. We looked at how we could use our natural soil, climate and water conditions to work better for us, to create better coffee beans.

Blossom Flower

Blossoms in Our Plantation

The captivating aroma of coffee flowers is filled in the plantations of Kodagu.

February and March is the season of coffee flowers. In order to ensure that the coffee flowers blossom, the planters deploy workers to provide water to coffee plants through sprinklers throughout the night. However, natural rain will have a good impact.

Green Beans

After well watering the plantation the blossoms will start turn in to green beans

Coffee Riped Fruits

Coffee fruits that have not yet been roasted. Check out our video

Dried Coffee Beans

Converting the raw fruit of the coffee plant into the finished coffee ready for roasting

Roasted Coffee Beans
Coffee Powder with Beans

Coffee Powder

After roasting the coffee beans it will be nicely grinded and packed by the air tight packet.

Our Gallery

Every year in the months of December, January and February, picking of coffee on the estate takes place. The farm is buzzing with activity. Women in brightly coloured sarees are all over the farm hand-picking equally brightly coloured coffee cherries, each one ripened to exacting perfection. All of these picked cherries are then collected as per the kind of bean (Arabica or Robusta) and cultivar, and then processed in different artisan ways. A few days later, drying begins and the huge brick yards are covered in tiny mountains of washed, semi-pulped or un-pulped cherries with a beautiful grassy fragrance permeating through the air.

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