7000 Steps Blue Sunrise Roasted Coffee beans
Blue Sunrise
Blue Sunrise
Blue Sunrise
Blue Sunrise
Blue Sunrise

Blue Sunrise

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The Finest Hand-Roasted 100% Arabica Beans from Meghalaya, Assam, and Mizoram

Experience the unparalleled taste of Blue Sunrise Coffee, meticulously crafted from the picturesque hills and valleys of Meghalaya, Assam, and Mizoram. Our coffee isn't your average Indian estate-grown brew; it's a unique treasure nurtured by a community of passionate coffee planters in remote villages across Northeast India.

What sets Blue Sunrise Coffee apart is not only its exceptional origin but also the lush surroundings in which it thrives. Amidst bountiful fruit and nut trees, each coffee bean absorbs the essence of nature.

At 7000 Steps, we prioritize the well-being of both our coffee lovers and our farmers. By sourcing directly from our dedicated coffee farmers, we ensure that every sip of our coffee is free from harmful chemicals and artificial additives. It's a pure, unadulterated delight that respects both your taste buds and the environment.

Join our growing community of coffee enthusiasts who appreciate the art and sustainability behind every cup.

Product specification:

  • Variety: 100% Arabica Variety
  • Processing: Natural
  • Roast Level: Dark Roast / Medium Roast
  • Elevation: 800 - 1300 meters above sea level
  • Location: Multi Origin from Northeast India
  • Flavour Notes: Sweet, honey like with sweet citrus (lime)
  • Recommended brewing method: Pour Over, French Press, Moka pot, and Espresso

    Brewing Method for Pour Over Coffee Powder: 24gms

    • Water Volume: 288 ml
    • Water Temperature: 90°C
    • Brew Time: 3 min 45 secs
    • Grind Size: Coarse
    1. Grind the coffee beans.
    2. Add the ground coffee powder to the wet filter paper.
    3. Start the timer and pour some water to wet the coffee grounds and wait for 45 secs.
    4. Pour the rest of your water and brew as per the estimated time.
    5. Ready to serve straight away.
    How northeast coffee is different

    Coffee from Northeast India stands in a league of its own, boasting distinctive characteristics that set it apart from the rest. Here's why this exquisite brew is truly exceptional:

    1. Ideal Growing Conditions
    2. Rare and Limited Production
    3. Community Coffee Planters
    4. Complex Flavor Profiles
    5. Indigenous Varieties
    6. Cultural Heritage
    Ideal growing conditions

    Nestled in the scenic landscapes of Northeast India, the coffee-growing regions of Meghalaya, Assam, and Mizoram offer the perfect environment for coffee cultivation. With high altitudes, ample rainfall, and rich soil, these areas provide the ideal conditions for the coffee plants to thrive and develop their exquisite flavors.

    Rare and limited production

    Coffee from Northeast India is not mass-produced on a large scale. The limited availability makes it a prized and sought-after coffee variety, cherished by coffee connoisseurs and enthusiasts who appreciate its exclusivity.

    Community Coffee Planters

    What truly makes coffee from Northeast India exceptional is the involvement of a dedicated community of coffee planters. Instead of the usual estates found in other parts of India, this coffee is cultivated by passionate farmers in remote villages across Meghalaya. Their meticulous care and expertise are reflected in every batch of hand-picked and hand-roasted coffee beans, resulting in an unparalleled quality that you can taste.

    Complex Flavour Profiles

    The flavour profiles of coffee from Northeast India are remarkably complex. Each cup offers a symphony of nuanced notes, ranging from floral and fruity to chocolaty and nutty. The coffee exhibits a well-balanced acidity, a smooth body, and a lingering aftertaste that leaves a memorable impression.

    Indigenous Varieties

    The coffee varieties cultivated in Northeast India are often indigenous to the region, adding to their uniqueness. Local strains like S.288, S.795, and Cauvery are known for their exceptional cup quality and distinctive flavor profiles, making them highly prized among coffee enthusiasts.

    Cultural Heritage

    Arabica coffee from Northeast India is deeply intertwined with the region's cultural heritage. It has been a part of the local traditions and practices for generations, and the knowledge and expertise passed down through the community of coffee planters contribute to the exceptional quality of the coffee.

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