Café de spécialité Sélection pour espresso

Notes of caramel, butter and dark chocolate

This premium Indian coffee is a unique blend that offers delicious notes of caramel, butter and dark chocolate. Available in whole bean and ground coffee versions, the production process for this organic specialty coffee is made up of 35% natural beans and 65% washed beans, which gives it exceptional complexity and richness of flavors. Finally, the strong roasting of our Sélection organic coffee gives it an intensely aromatic profile.

Café pur arabica Sélection : café indien d'exception

VANTHALA family, village of Kabada Bodaput

This farming couple has two sons and three daughters, all now married. Their reputation is unrivaled in terms of planting, with impeccable shade management and careful pruning of coffee trees, without the slightest trace of disease. Their plot is well maintained, benefiting from adequate mulching and flourishing biodiversity, thanks to soil rich in humus.

Recommended preparation methods


Italian moka

French Press


No, Signature organic coffee is not a blend, it comes from a terroir bringing together several plots with geographical, geological and biological similarities.

Yes, Signature is a 100% Arabica coffee, from biodynamic agriculture and certified specialty coffee thanks to its tasting score of 86 awarded by the SCA (Speciality Coffee Association).

Signature coffee is available in bean and ground versions, in 200g tin and in 200g and 1kg pouches. We have also developed a range of Nespresso compatible capsules in boxes of 10, 100 or sold individually.

specialty coffee
harvested by hand
fair trade
certified organic
Les cafés de spécialité araku sont issus de terroirs minutieusement sélectionnés au coeur de la vallée d'Araku en Inde.

Our 6 Biodynamic Coffee Terroirs

Our specialty coffees are classified by terroir. Each plot is listed, measured, analyzed according to 11 criteria (sunshine, forest shade, nature of the soil, exposure, altitude, etc.) and of course tasted. This is how our six exceptional coffees were born. Each terroir is then associated with its own roasting in order to reveal all their complexity.