Most famous coffee plantations


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Leading India in coffee production, Coorg is home to the first Indian coffee estate and is even termed the 'coffee cup of India'.

1. Coorg

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The quaint hill station in Karnataka is touted as the birthplace of Indian coffee. Arabica and Robusta varieties grow here and it houses a coffee museum.

2. Chikmagalur

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From Andhra Pradesh comes the famed Araku Valley coffee which is organically produced by tribals, has its own GI tag and is internationally renowned.

3. Araku

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Wayanad, in the Northern region of Kerala, accounts for majority of the state's coffee production. Its shade grown robusta is a treat for coffee lovers.

4. Wayanad

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Called 'Kashmir of Odisha', the hill station and its coffee garden are well loved. It is also a tourist attraction that sees many flock to the spot.


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Tamil Nadu's Yercaud district is famed for coffee with full bodied flavour and sweet aroma. Coffee is the main produce along with cardamom and pepper.

6. Yercaud

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Keonjhar is one of Odisha's popular coffee plantations. With its climatic conditions and fertile soil, it is said to be ideal for coffee growth.

7. Keonjhar

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Tripura is one of the largest producers of coffee in North Eastern India. Its Arabica coffee is known for its fruity aroma and distinct essence.

8. Tripura

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