This Tribal-Grown Coffee From Andhra's Misty Araku Valley Has Fans in Paris TooThe award-winning brew is grown by hill tribes on 25,000 acres of lush land in the Araku Valley — the world’s largest certified organic plantations!
A short history about the aromatic Araku coffeeIn 1898, a British official introduced coffee plantations in the valleys of Andhra Pradesh, and thanks to the state's climatic and geographic conditions, they flourished. A unique flavour grown in the Araku Valley became wildly popular and the area became a base for its cultivation. Government reforms and policies have ensured that the tribal population has the exclusive rights to grow and process the coffee. These are no magic beans, but I would still climb a beanstalk for them!
A recognition from Paris—the speciality coffee capital!
Araku coffee not only has die-hard fans in South India, but also in France, where it has impressed connoisseurs. In 2018, it won the gold medal for the best coffee pod in the Prix Epicures OR 2018 Award in Paris! Now, why would you miss the chance to take a sip of coffee that has found international recognition?
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Start your mornings the right way, with a cuppa that empowers tribal populations and refreshes you!