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COFFEE    

What better way to wake up than with a hot cup of coffee! Freshly brewed aromatic coffee serves as a refresher for millions around the world from morning to night. In fact, it took 152.1 million bags of coffee to keep the globe going in 2015, according to the International Coffee Organization.

It all starts with the Green Coffee Bean, which is roasted to a brown or dark color. During roasting, aromatic oils and acids undergo change and the bean begins to gain scent and flavor. An oil called caffeol, generated during the roasting and caramelization process, gives coffee its distinct aroma. The roast level can vary from light to medium and dark, and is a rough guide to the taste of the brew.

Coffee is the most consumed beverage in the world. It is said that cultivation first commenced in Saudi Arabia and later evidence of coffee brewing was found in Yemen. In today’s world, Brazil ranks as the world’s largest coffee producer and exporter. Other significant coffee producers are Vietnam, Colombia, Central America, Mexico, Indonesia and India.

Coffee in India has a rich history. Over 400 years ago, the beans are said to have been brought from Yemen and planted in the Chandragiri hills of Karnataka. India is the only country that grows all of its coffee under shade. Typically mild and not too acidic, Indian coffees possess a full-bodied taste and a fine aroma.

Coffee Manufacturers in India and coffee wholesale markets are located in 13 coffee-growing regions across India, and principally in Karnataka, Tamilnadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh and Orissa.

Indian Coffee, which includes Arabica and Robusta varieties, is classified under the following groups, based on the region from which the coffee is grown: Anamalais, Araku Valley, Bababudangiris, Brahmaputra, Biligiris, Coorg, Chikmangalur, Manjarabad, Nilgiris, Pulneys, Shevaroys, Travancore and Wayanaad.

Traditionally, coffee consumption in India has been largely concentrated in the southern region. However, with the increasing popularity of branded coffee in the last two decades, consumption has spread to other parts of India, and the number of Coffee Suppliers has increased steadily. The growth of coffee outlet chains, wherein conversation takes place at its own pace over a cup of coffee, has increased popularity of the brew in urban areas. For the traditional coffee drinker, the ultimate coffee will always remain “filter coffee,” and this blend will always be the benchmark for instant coffees.

Featured on the Tammy Trade portal are over 20 varieties of coffee. Log on, complete your registration as a Verified Seller or Genuine Buyer, and start trading instantly across India. As you savor a steaming cup of coffee, you will find enough piping hot deals to perk you up.