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Top Coffee Brands in India

Most people will be aware that India is one of the coffee producer, but some might be surprised to learn that it is the world’s sixth-biggest producer of beans.

Coffee is one of the most consumed beverages across the world. In fact, the world is divided into two parts – The coffee drinking people and the tea drinking ones. Most westerners drink Coffee heavily whereas most Easterners drink tea.

Because Coffee comes from various regions, its taste and purity vary. There is also difference between how you make it and what ingredients you put in. As a result, there are many different coffee types and many different ways to make coffee. There are many Coffee chains which are loved for the variety of coffee and their unique recipes and styles of making coffee.

The Rise of Coffee Culture in India

Changes in lifestyle of the urban population have given rise to the coffee culture in India. Contributing to the growth is also globalization and changing pockets. The coffee culture has now percolated from metros to tier — II and tier — III cities. Coffee earlier was considered to be expensive indulgence and also coffee cafes were places for socializing or for holding business meetings. Major chunks of the urban population live in a nuclear set-up and also fall in the DINKS (Double Income No Kids) segment. This target clientele would not mind to replace a meal with coffee and a snack, which could be a sandwich, wrap or doughnuts. Comparing the growth to the last decade there has been a significant increase in the consumption basket too. Café Coffee Day introduced India to the coffee culture and also considered to have pioneered the art of coffee serving.

Top Coffee Brands in the India

Classic Coffee

With a heritage and expertise in growing coffee that spans 5 generations, they offer a wide range of coffees with a delightfully unique personality and taste profile. These 100% pure coffee come with zero additives, such as chicory – to provide you with an unblemished coffee experience. Bringing the exquisite flavours of coffee is an art that they have excelled in for over 150 years now. Whether your preference is for a strong Italian style espresso, brewed with a French Press; or a traditional South Indian filter coffee, you will find a Classic blend that meets your taste perfectly.

Baarbara Berry Coffee

For over 120 years, MG Plantations has contributed to giving some of the best coffee to the coffee industry in India. We are certified by the Rain forest Alliance and UTZ, the international symbols for environmental, social, and economic sustainability. Their process ensures that aroma is retained throughout the coffee-making process and a perfect tasty full-flavored cup of coffee is served every single time. The brand is lauded by many coffee connoisseurs for its aromatic freshness and classic taste.

Panduranga Coffee Works

They are a premium coffee roasters with a history close to 81 years in coffee business. Their brand “Panduranga Coffee” is etched with traditional south Indian roots serving the best ground coffee to a large market in India and Overseas. They source the best of coffee beans from well-grown coffee plantations in Chikmagalur. Retail store is situated in the heart of Chikmagalur ( M.G Road ), a hill station known for the birth of Coffee in India.

Fraction 9 Coffee

Fraction 9 Coffee is a Karnataka-based firm engaged in coffee farming for over a century. It is owned by a family of coffee farmers located at Chikmagalur in the Western Ghat region.  The decades of experience drew the harvesters close to different aspects of coffee and its consumption. The firm believes in providing high-quality coffee in multiple varieties that are rare in the mass market. It does multiple roast profiles such as light roasted, medium roasted, dark roasted, and very dark roasted coffee. It stresses more on providing freshly roasted and naturally flavored coffee to the customers. Fraction 9 Coffee has moved a step ahead to provide specialty coffee with customizing options to its buyers.


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