Gigawatt Coffee Roasters
Indian Malabar AA
Indian Malabar AA
About: Perfect base for your autumn latte, this monsoon washed coffee reigns during the colder months as it warms your palate with a lovely array of taste notes that are reminiscent of that first bite of a freshly baked treat pulled out of the oven. This AA grade has a tantalizing and familiar mouth feel and will warm your heart with a soothing finish.
Tasting Notes: Cardamom, Graham, Baker's Spice
Origin: 🇮🇳 Chikamagalur, Karnataka, India
- Producer: Family Owned Farms
- Varietals: Catuai, Cauvery, Arabica
- Harvest: December - February
- Altitude: 1067 - 1280 MASL
- Process: Pulped Natural Honey
Why drink Gigawatt?
No bitter burnt taste
Our coffee is clean tasting, intensely aromatic, and low in acidity. The outer skin (chaff) of the coffee bean is never burned on the bean, because it is blown out during roasting into a separate chamber. What does this mean? A cleaner and more palatable cup of coffee - without the bitter burnt taste notes - even in darker roasts.
Cleaner for the environment
Our fluid bed air roaster runs on 100% electricity, which means we roast without utilizing fossil fuels or producing harmful emissions to the environment.
Part of the 1%
That's right. We are part of the 1% of world's roasters that air roast their coffee. That means you are part of the 1% of the world's coffee drinkers to have the exclusve experience of drinking air roasted coffee.
Support a local small business
We, Jen and Eli, are a husband and wife team that launched Gigawatt one week before the world went crazy. We are working hard to power up your lives and bring joy into your homes through freshly roasted, great tasting coffee at an affordable price. Support us on this mission and drink Gigawatt before getting sucked back into the soulless void of corporate coffee.
"Great coffee great people. This is an awesome local product my husband and I love it. We were buying Starbucks beans before but when we tried the Kite and Key blend we were won over and have been buying our beans from Gigawatt ever since."
- COURTNEY ROSS -