North east Wild Robusta coffee blend
Northeast Wild Robusta 100% Robusta Assam Meghalaya Mizoram 7000 Steps
Northeast Wild Robusta
Northeast Wild Robusta
Northeast Wild Robusta

Northeast Wild Robusta


Regular priceRs. 880.00

MRP Inclusive of all taxes

Hand-Roasted Excellence from Meghalaya, Assam, and Mizoram

Embark on an extraordinary coffee journey with our exceptional Wild Robusta Coffee, painstakingly hand-roasted and sourced from the breathtaking coffee-growing hills and valleys of Meghalaya, Assam, and Mizoram. What sets this coffee apart is its extraordinary origin, as it is cultivated not in the typical estates found across India, but rather by a dedicated community of coffee planters nestled in the far-off villages of Meghalaya.

Immerse yourself in the captivating flavors of Wild Robusta Coffee, nurtured amidst a captivating landscape adorned with lush fruit trees and nut trees. These natural surroundings infuse our coffee beans with unparalleled depth, creating a sensory symphony of flavors and an enchanting aroma that will captivate your senses from the very first sip.

At 7000 Steps, we take pride in our direct partnership with our esteemed coffee farmers. By sourcing our beans directly from them, we ensure the utmost quality and freshness in every batch. Moreover, our commitment to purity and sustainability is unwavering. Our coffee is cultivated with the utmost care and is completely free from any chemicals or artificial additives, allowing you to indulge in a truly authentic and wholesome coffee experience.

Join us on this extraordinary adventure as we unveil the magnificence of Wild Robusta Coffee. Embrace the untamed spirit of Meghalaya, Assam, and Mizoram, and savor each moment as you discover the untapped richness of this hand-roasted Robusta coffee. Elevate your coffee ritual with the remarkable flavors of Wild Robusta Coffee today and unlock a world of unparalleled satisfaction.

Product specification:

  • Variety: 100% Robusta Variety
  • Processing: Natural
  • Roast Level: Medium and Dark Roast
  • Elevation: 800 - 1300 meters above sea level
  • Location: Multi Origin from Northeast India
  • Flavour Notes: peanutty with hints of chocolate
  • 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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Very nice taste. Tamilians are experts in evaluating coffee and we are no less. Good product with excellent quality coming from an trustworthy customer centric company- a deadly satisfy your taste buds and makes you an addict.

Krishnamurthy Senapiratti
Favourable Flavour /Aroma

This is Arabica Coffee, but with a distinctive flavour / twist. The first time, we went for whole roasted beans, which we coarse ground and brewed in a French Press.
The next time, however, we ordered pre-ground beans by mistake and found the finely ground coffee not exactly suitable for brewing in a French Press. However, by altering brewing time, we managed to get the same great flavour as before!
Well worth the experiment!

A Well Wisher!
Excellent Arabica Coffee!

I loved the aroma and taste of coffee. Keep up the great quality. Cheers!

Shailendra Singh
Authentic taste of coffee

Great - can you give some guidance on how best to prepare it? Traditional filter or French press or drip or just boil
I use drip - tastes good but would like your expert advise

V D Umashanker

Good Coffee. Not as strong as other Dark roast Coffee available in the market, but still good.
Little expensive, probably due to shipping costs.

Chetan Parikh
Good Coffee