Kondadkan Estate – Arabica – Double Fermented Washed


Single Estate

Varietal: Sln9 and Catimore
Grade: Clean Bulk
Harvest Year: 2021
Region: Chikmagalur 
Elevation: 800 – 1350 MASL


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About the Estate:
Kondadkan estate was opened up in 1890 by the same people who founded Karadykan; The British brothers W.L.Crawford & C.S.Crawford. It was later on taken over by Graham and partners. It was then acquired by our Founder Chairman Mr. K S Vaidyanathan who founded Sangameshwar Coffee Estates Ltd and included Kondadkan into the Karadykan group of estates.

The name ‘Vana’ is synonymous with “a paradise comprising of beautiful trees, birds, bees and insects”. The landscape at Kondadkan does consist of a vast eye-catching network of natural forest with a view of the back waters of Lakholi Dam, earning it the apt name “Vana”. It is located along the Western Ghats of South India, Chikmagalur District, adjacent to Bababudangiri Hills and Muthodi Reserve Forest.

The adequate rainfall received along with the vast variations in temperatures between the summer and winter months requires a particular method of coffee cultivation. Coffee is grown under major native trees for filter shade comprising of Atti(Fig), Basri, Neeroli which also enhance our unique taste profiles. Minimum use of chemicals and major works being done manually contribute in preserving the purity of our environment with utmost care being taken to protect natural, aquatic and terrestrial Ecosystems.

The plantation workers are well provided for with; housing, free medical facility, crèche, electric and water supply. The Hospital runby our charitable trust is well equipped with a Resident Doctor assisted by two qualified nurses. A Government School nearby,ensures education for the children of our workers along with a few benefits provided by us.

Region: Chikmagalur 

Elevation: 800 – 1350 MASL

Species grown: Arabica, Robusta

Varietals grown: Arabica (Sln.9 , S. 795 & Catimore), Robusta (Peradeniya & Sln 274)

Harvest Season (combined): November to February 

Inter crops: Pepper, Arecanut, Oranges

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