The search for the best green coffees in the world led me to the East Indies in the hills of the Eastern Ghats, to Araku.
The Adivasi farmers had their home-grown coffee under the British colonial power for a handful of rupees to bring in state collection stations where the crude product of the worst quality found its way onto the world market. disappeared Stations and with them, the few rupees.
Years ago, 10, the Naandi began Foundation individual families teach the craft of biodynamic coffee cultivation. Success came very soon and convince the world of specialty coffees. The positive balance: Higher revenues and new prospects for farmers, and a culinary event for coffee lovers.