At Kerehaklu, all our single-origin specialty coffees are grown sustainably under the shade of several species of trees indigenous to the Indian subcontinent - varieties of wild fig, jungle mango, jackfruit, Java plum, pomelos, lemons, oranges, Indian beech, rosewood and red cedar notably. This while playing host to a number of small mammals and birds in the canopy and understory layers. 


We have an array of specialty Arabica and fine Robusta varietals, which have been cupped (sensorially-analysed by professional Q-graders) and rated 80+ - all while coexisting with the local biodiversity. 

Altitude: 3750 feet above mean sea level on average

Processing methods: Washed, honey processed and naturally-processed with various experimental and replicable fermentation conditions and times.

Genetics: Arabica Selections 5B, 6, 795, Cauvery, Chandragiri (Sarchimor), 9, 10 and Robusta Selections CxR, 274 and Peradeniya as well as small amounts of the elusive Anokhi Liberica.

Annual rainfall: 80 inches per annum

Cupping reports: Can be provided upon request

Kerehaklu coffees have been roasted and bagged by specialty roasters in India and one in Australia.