Mary Rose - whole bean coffee India Karnataka 400g
- The quality, flavour and texture of the Mary Rose India Karnataka beans are influenced by the favourable climate - the monsoon season with heavy rainfall, warm, humid winds coming from the Arabian Sea and high tropical temperatures.
Mary Rose - a coffee that will touch every palate!
Mary Rose coffees come from the best plantations around the world, including Brazil, the world's number one producer of coffee, as well as Colombia, Mexico, India, Costa Rica, Uganda and others. Thanks to Mary Rose's cooperation with small entrepreneurs, we have been able to introduce these specialty coffees to the market and to our shop. Mary Rose is a brand of high quality coffees made from specially selected coffee beans grown on a plantations by master craftsmen who know the secrets of coffee growing and how to extract the best from the plant. Coffee beans are processed in a natural way - they are dried without the use of water, in the sun or a wet process - using water, during which the raw coffee beans are fermented. The beans are roasted in a small, local coffee roastery based in eastern Poland, according to an innovative and extremely versatile method called omniroast. This makes it possible to prepare the brew in any way you like - with professional equipment, at home or using alternative methods.
Whole bean coffee Mary Rose India Karnataka
The first coffee plantation in India was established in the 16th century and there is a legend associated with it. Baba Budan - an Indian saint - during his pilgrimage to Mecca, decided to smuggle coffee from Yemen to his country. He hid seven beans in his beard and on his return, planted them on the hillside of Chandragiri.
Mary Rose India Karnataka coffee is produced on plantations located at altitudes of around around 1000-1500 metres above sea level, on the slopes of picturesque volcanic mountains in the Karnataka region of India. Along with Kerala and Tamil Nadu, this is one of the traditional coffee growing areas in India. The quality, flavour and texture of the beans are influenced by the favourable climate - the monsoon season that occurs for half the year with heavy rainfall, warm, humid winds coming from the Arabian Sea and high tropical temperatures. Coffee cherries are processed using the washed method. The beans, roasted to the universal omniroast degree, are characterised by notes of chocolate, nuts and lemon in their flavour and aroma.
Roast date: freshly roasted coffee - up to 2-3 weeks before sale, roasting date on package
Region: Karnataka, India
Altitude: approx. 1000-1500 metres above sea level
SCAA score: premium
Beans quality: specialty
Grade: 19/20 (AA)
Sensory profile (flavour and aroma): nuts, chocolate, lemon
Ingredients: 100% whole bean, roasted coffee arabica
Net weight: 400g
Produced for: Venusti Sp. z o.o.
Country of origin: India
Best before: expiry date and batch number on the package
Brand’s website: www.maryrosetea.com
Whole bean coffee Mary Rose India Karnataka - how to prepare an infusion?
All Mary Rose coffees are characterised by a degree of roasting named omniroast. This means that they are versatile, placed somewhere between light and dark coffees, combining the characteristics of these two types, and are suitable for brewing by almost any method - espresso machine, drip coffee maker, stovetop cafetiere or alternative methods like coffee cone, siphon, chemex, french press or aeropress.
Mary Rose - quality, responsibility and this what is the best for you
Why you should choose Mary Rose?
- Mary Rose products are characterised by high quality. The guarantee is our personal supervision of each stage of their production. We make sure that the product you get in your hands is the best it can be.
- We care that the products are healthy and good for people and the surrounding environment, that their production is not harmful to the nature we love.
- We only offer what we would choose for ourselves and our loved ones. What we like and consider valuable.
- Mary Rose products are the result of cooperation with only trusted suppliers, who share our views on respecting the environment and ensuring decent working conditions for their employees.
- The aesthetic label, looks beautiful on the kitchen shelf.
How is Mary Rose coffee made?
Step 1: Mary Rose coffee grows up on local plantations, run by small entrepreneurs in different regions of the world. From the sun-dried berries, the green, raw coffee beans are extracted and set off on their long journey to the roastery.
Step 2: Small batches of coffee are roasted in a special oven, where temperatures reach up to 250 °C! The beans rotate in the machine and crack under the heat. They roast for a few minutes. The small scale of production is reflected in the high quality of the coffee that is produced under the Mary Rose brand.
Step 3: While coffee beans are roasting, the coffee master waits for the right moment to remove the beans from the roaster, checking them every few moments to see if they have the perfect colour, size, texture or smokiness.
Step 4: The coffee is poured through a special door into a rotating drum - cooling tray equipped with arms that distribute the beans evenly. The roasting process stops and the beans are instantly cooled.
Step 5: Freshly roasted Mary Rose coffee is packed in a special packaging to retain their unique aroma and flavour. The finished product goes to your kitchen shelf!