India is a melting pot of cultures and religions and has so much to offer on so many levels. Right from the mesmerising beauty of the lotus temple to the grandeur of the Taj Mahal that takes your breath away. When it comes to food, India charms you with lip-smacking biryani, delicious curries down to a refreshing cup of coffee or chai from the corner of the street.
India is primarily known as a tea-drinking nation, but did you know, India is the sixth largest producer of coffee in the world? India follows Brazil, Vietnam, Colombia, Indonesia and Ethiopia in the worldwide production of coffee.
The roots of India’s coffee growing history could be traced down to saint Bababudan, who on his pilgrimage to Mecca carried seven magical coffee beans from Yemen to Mysore and planted them in the Chandragiri hills of Karnataka. From here it spread to other parts of the country. And overtime, the coffee from these regions developed their own special identity.
Indian coffee is mostly known for its mild tone, exquisite taste, and fine aroma. These qualities are associated with all variants of coffee produced in India, however, unique they are.
There are a growing number of coffee enthusiasts In India who have already tasted western blends and brews. It’s time to let them discover the world of Indian coffee.
Vero plans to tap into each and every variant of Indian coffee from the subtle to the strong, and let your palate indulge in an experience it has never experienced before.