You're holding a bit of history—the first Starbucks® coffee from India.
Cultivated in Karnataka in harmony with nature, the lush and layered coffee captivates from first sip. In the dappled light beneath shade trees, the gently sloping land and fertile red soil yield the finest Indian coffee we've ever experienced. Our master roasters lovingly revealed its distinctive complexity—lush herbal notes, hints of citrus and a chocolaty mouthfeel.
Balanced, Smooth & Rich
Reviewed by 7 customers
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Delicious, bold flavor! Liked the sale price and will order again!
great coffe, I originally purchased in Chennai, and am so glad I was able to get it here in the US. The chocolatey notes brought out were best complemented with a good chocolatey pastry. Thanks for the great coffee Starbucks/Tata!
This blend is a fine and mellow taste if you drink it black. If you prefer cream and sugar with your coffee, brew these small beans blend at a higher strength.
I had never tried Indian coffee before so I didn't know what to expect from this coffee. It blew me away. I look forward to more offerings from India if this is an indication of what Indian coffee is like.
This coffee is very chocolatey and herbal. I'm vegan so I paired this coffee with organic dark chocolate peanut butter cups and that was a great pairing. My partners paired this coffee with a double chocolate brownie and they loved it. If you like chocolate then you will like this coffee.
This coffee sits firmly in the middle of the medium roast category. I'm a Starbucks Coffee Master and I am very impressed by the roasting of this coffee. So often a medium roast coffee will have strong roast profile aromas and flavors. Some people interpret this as a "burnt" smell/flavor. This coffee exhibits no roast aromas or flavors. It takes a great degree of skill by the roaster to achieve this.
This is a wonderful coffee.
Has a wonderful complexity. I love this as a French press.
I was really looking forward to sampling this new blend but I must admit I was slightly disappointed. I found it tending toward the bitter side and definitely more earthy than I like my coffee. That being said, its still worth a try, and it was clearly a matter of preference and not one of quality. For those that like a bolder, earthier blend I think this will be a great hit and become a favourite.
Indian Style Filter Coffee using Turkish grind for my morning cup with boiling milk & sugar tastes so good!