Every coffee enthusiast has a favorite brand. It’s the tried-and-true grocery store stock for some. For others, it is a boutique roaster that solely accepts internet orders. However, since we only drink coffee once (maybe three times) every day, it’s simple to become bored with the same old cup of joe. Fortunately, there are many different types of coffee, and a new brand is constantly ready to fill your cup. Indian Coffee blends are amazing and you should give them a try if you haven’t.
We present this exclusive list of the best Indian Coffee blends of 2022 which has been curated and voted on by our awesome Bakwaas Coffee community! Each of these brands is tested, reviewed, and recommended by members of our specialty coffee community. So, have a look!
Best Indian Coffee Blends 2022 – A list curated & voted by the awesome #Bakwaas Coffee community!
FlavorsFlavors: Chocolate with nuts
Price: RS. 250
The Attikan Estate by Blue Tokai won the most votes and was declared the best coffee blend of 2022 without any challengers, by our coffee community. This one is ideal for you if you prefer your coffee to be a little bit dark but not too dark. It has a mild acidity and flavor hints of roasted almonds, dark chocolate, and figs. Whether consumed with milk or on its own, this medium-dark roast’s delectable nuttiness hits all the right notes. Additionally, it is perfect for giving you the feel of specialty coffee and is ranked number 1 on our list.
Flavors: Smooth, highly aromatic, and flavorful
Price: RS. 270
Coffee beans typically grow two to a cherry, flat against one another, but in roughly 5% of the world’s coffee, one bean is discovered to be alone; this is called a Peaberry. Because it’s impossible to determine by looking at the cherry whether there are one or two beans inside, Peaberry beans are hand-picked and prepared so that they can be consumed individually. The roasting process for Arabica Peaberry produces a mild strength. A close second to Attikan, Peaberry was the second most voted by our community in the list of best coffee blends. This mildest coffee is a delicate with soft, smooth, tasty mouth feel, albeit with a strong scent. Choose this cleaner, lighter-bodied cup of coffee if you prefer softer coffees.
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Flavors: Earthy, slightly spicy, and musty
Price: RS. 400
This coffee, one discussed often within our community and reviewed first hand is one of the must-try! It contains the best coffee beans produced in the tropical Chikmagalur Ranges. The elevation of these hills is 1,090 meters (3,580 feet) above mean sea level. In addition, this particular range in altitude makes it possible for all significant forest types to flourish, which altogether transforms this into a magnificent cup of coffee!
Flavors: Balanced flavor profile and works well as an espresso.
Price: RS. 450
Blue Tokai’s Silver Oak blend, one of the iconic house blends, combines washed and unwashed coffees to produce a balanced taste. This blend performs admirably in cold brews, pour-overs, the AeroPress, and beverages with espresso as the foundation. It is mildly roasted, with medium bitterness and acidity. Additionally, you will be familiar with it if you have ever visited one of their coffee shops and had something with espresso in it!
Flavors: Smoky-spicy taste with a subtle note of burnt bittersweetness.
Price: RS. 410
The origins of the distinctive coffee “Monsooned Malabar” from Ainmane goes back in time when the beans would be exposed to moisture on the open seas in wooden ships traveling for around six months. It is now made by exposing the beans to the southwest monsoon winds that originate from the Arabian Sea and go to Southern India’s Western Ghats. You’ll appreciate the distinct smoky-spicy flavor with a background touch of scorched bittersweetness.
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Flavors: Sweet aftertaste of forest berries and the bright acidity
Price: RS. 550
The makers of Snakehead Naturals, which comes from the lovely Kerehaklu Estate, processed this batch naturally. They have altered the environment for the coffee cherries using the spring-fed freshwater from their lakes. The blend is known as Snakehead, after a local fish found in Kerehaklu, to symbolize the fact that these coffee beans were processed underwater. This rich coffee boasts mouth-watering scents of figs and dates and a crisp, clear mouthfeel that is enhanced by pour-over or Aeropress brewing.
Flavors: Berries, almonds, and spiced Chocolate
Price: RS. 425
The Vin Van Gogh blend, which takes its name from one of the greatest painters of all time also plays on the maker’s name, altogether combining two outstanding washed arabicas in a top-secret ratio. All in all it produces the most flavorful, adaptable blend to ever come from the greater Chandigarh area. The coffee mix is excellent at everything! It makes an excellent fruity filter coffee, is an ideal espresso to drink straight up and creates a wonderful, fluffy cappuccino! Choose your preferred grind and enjoy Vin and Van’s artistic brilliance!
Flavors: Berries – Almonds Spiced Chocolates
Price: RS. 470
Each sip brings you one step closer to complete relaxation. Altogether a refreshing blend of quality and distinctive taste, Cepheus certainly has Medium Roast intensity from the Coorg and Shevaroys region washed in processing. Cepheus enjoys both an alluring and pleasurable encounter. Additionally, it complements modern person’s lifestyle by the motivating blend of berries, almonds, and spiced chocolate notes.
Flavors: Berries – Peach / Blueberries / Sugarcane
Price: RS. 580
The cherries for this combination, one of Kapikottai’s initial best sellers, are dried in a polytunnel with the utmost care. The cherries ferment inside the fruit as a result of the slow, consistent drying on raised beds, eventually creating an extremely complex cup. From the moment you open the bag until you’ve finished your brew, it is bursting with vibrant fruitiness! Additionally, it is also a delight with all brewing techniques and incredibly simple to dial in!
Flavors: Apricot, Peach, Nectarine
Price: RS. 695
Specialty coffee roaster Quick Brown Fox is a privately held business with headquarters in New Delhi. For the greatest possible coffee experience, they roast in small amounts and taste each batch to ensure quality and freshness. Additionally, the mission of Quick Brown Fox is to spread joy, one roast at a time. To bring out each coffee’s full potential, each one is basically treated differently and follows a particular roast profile, which is overseen by Q Graders who are actively involved in the process.
Flavors: Strawberries, Honey, Vanilla
Price: RS. 545
Shiri, which is Hebrew for “My Song,” and is not your standard cup of joe. These yellow honey processed beans are revolutionary and are also grown by a communal community of farmers from Pallya, Chikmagalur as a part of the Unakki coffee collective. Additionally, the sweet flavors of honey and vanilla blend with the fruity undertones of strawberries very well. Certainly, a go-to for a pleasant summer cup that has a lush texture and a lingering aftertaste.
Flavors: Mango, Pineapple, Plum, black grapes, ripe orange with floral undertones
Price: RS. 580
A delightful natural processed coffee with rounded fruitiness albeit a medium body is ANANTHGIRI HILLS ORGANIC – Natural Filter. Accordingly, it is 100% organically grown in the tribal regions of Araku Valley, then carefully picked and processed after harvest. It also has a strong guava and raisin scent. You will taste undertones of flowery flavor along with flavors of mango, pineapple, plum, black grapes, and ripe orange in the cup. Tropical fruity flavors linger on the palate for a long time during the finish.
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