8 Tried and Tested Places To Get Gourmet Indian Coffee # FlavoursomeTuesday

Desperately seeking coffee

Hello and welcome to another edition of #FlavoursomeTuesday, a monthly blog hosted on the 1st Tuesday of every month.

I have to apologise for this post which is essentially a link to the best places to get coffee in Mumbai.

But it’s Diwali time and most of you will be too busy visiting your relatives to visit blogs on line !

It all began when I discovered that the level of coffee in my coffee canister was slowly going down . I knew I had to get some . So I went down to Philips Tea & Coffee at Grant Road and found the shop shut . Not only was it shut but it was being whitewashed.

I asked one of the people hanging around when the shop would reopen. I was shocked when I was told NEVER.

Then began my search for good freshly ground coffee.

I’m not a coffee snob but I do like a good brew . Especially in the morning . Somehow tea time is tea time but early morning is meant for coffee.

My cousin Sanjay who is a coffee snob mentioned a place in Mumbai where I could get good coffee.

But in the meanwhile I found this wonderful article detailing all the coffee sources in Mumbai.

I’ve already ordered my sample of 7 gourmet roasts . One of them is the Monsooned Malabar a coffee that gets its special aroma from the rain soaked beans.

I will sample these coffees and review them on this blog . So do keep a look out for my weekly posts on #FlavoursomeTuesday.



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8 Tried and Tested Places To Get Gourmet Indian Coffee | Verve Magazine – India’s premier luxury lifestyle women’s magazine

We tried all kinds of coffee, so you could have only the best!
— Read on www.vervemagazine.in/travel-and-spaces/gourmet-indian-coffee


A granny who always sees the humour in life and tries to do things differently. When others make cupcakes, this granny makes banana fritters. When she’s not busy chasing her grandchildren who love making her run around, she indulges in her passions of reading, writing, meeting friends and watching movies. And somewhere between all this she enjoys travelling and cooking!

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3 Responses

  1. Shilpa Gupte says:

    I used to drink coffee like a crazy fan till sometime back.Then, one day, a couple months ago, I decided to give up coffee. I do have a cup of coffee once in a while, but yes, the aroma of freshly ground coffee transports me to another world, altogether! 🙂

    Just finished writing my flavoursometuesday post and will be publishing it first thing in the morning!

  2. Sunita, I am not a coffee lover but of late I have started enjoying my black coffee. I like it strong and sometimes with flavors too. It’s my hubby who orders coffee beans or powder from various places. Will wait for your review of thr coffee.

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