Consumption of coffee helps in making the body feel energetic. Although packaged coffee will be found in every grocery store these days , most of them contain artificial flavors including preservatives and artificial colors, which can harm health.
If you are fond of coffee, then today we tell you about five such places in India, where you can enjoy real coffee.
Yercaud is a hill station located in Tamil Nadu , which is considered to be the oldest coffee plantation destination in India.
It was started in the 19th century by the Collector of Salem. There are many orange and coffee plantations here amidst the picturesque surroundings of the hill station.
Additionally, it is here that the first Indian owned coffee plantation named MSP Coffee is located. Therefore, it will be a different pleasure to consume coffee while enjoying the pleasant weather here.
Your coffee trail would be incomplete without visiting Coorg, Karnataka , famous for its coffee production .
Enriched by numerous lakes, lush green hills and rich flora, Coorg grows world famous Arabica and Robusta varieties of coffee.
November is the best time for coffee enthusiasts to visit this hill station as you can see the cultivators plucking coffee berries during this time.
Wayanad located in Kerala is famous for its beautiful and aromatic coffee plantations and also an ideal place to spend a peaceful holiday with your family.
Along with tasting the coffee here, you can also head to the Edakkal caves here and enjoy birdwatching. Apart from this, one can get a different experience of river rafting in the Kuruva Island river here.
The Araku Valley of Andhra Pradesh is popular for its indigenous coffee, the aroma and taste of which will leave you spellbound.
When you come here, visit Ananthagiri Hills as there are lakhs of coffee plantations. Here coffee is grown using organic farming techniques and thousands of tribals are involved in the farming process.
You must try the Araku Emerald here, which is basically an organic coffee grown by the local tribes.
Coorg is not the only place for coffee lovers in Karnataka, but there are many coffee plantations in a place called Chikmagalur.
Apart from being mesmerizing with its picturesque surroundings, Chikmagalur is surrounded by many coffee plantations, for which you will have to do a little trekking.
Interestingly, peacocks are also a part of these coffee plantations. Chikmagalur is the place where coffee was first introduced in India.