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Organic Caffine Free Cassia Tora Coffee 100gms - Monks Bouffe
Organic Caffine Free Cassia Tora Coffee 100gms - Monks Bouffe
Organic Caffine Free Cassia Tora Coffee 100gms - Monks Bouffe
Organic Caffine Free Cassia Tora Coffee 100gms - Monks Bouffe
₹249.00

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    • Trust Based Organics

    • Safe Food Option
    • Fair Share to the Farmers
    100g100g x 2
    100g100g x 2

    CAFFEINE FREE

    TRUST BASED ORGANICS

    TRIBAL PRODUCT

    Foraged from the wild

    Commonly known as Tarota or Takla locally in Maharashtra, this is a plant that grows wildly on farm and forest boundaries across peninsular India.

    Our Cassia Tora seeds arrive from the Vidharbha region of Maharashtra.  

    Cassia Seeds Pan-roasted to perfection 

    Carefully foraged and selected cassia tora beans (locally known as tarota or takla), dried and pan-roasted to perfection. This intricate process adds the rich flavour and aroma to the final product.

    Straight from the Wild to Your Coffee Table

    Tarota has been an integral part of the women farmers in the Vidharbha region. After their work on the farms has been done for the day, these women wander through farm lands and forest boundaries, chatting and joyfully singing cultural and religious songs while they forage cassia tora seeds.

     

    These seeds are then collated and hand processed before they reach us - Rich in flavour, aroma and nutrition.

    Foraged from the wild

    Commonly known as Tarota or Takla locally in Maharashtra, this is a plant that grows wildly on farm and forest boundaries across peninsular India.

    Our Cassia Tora seeds arrive from the Vidharbha region of Maharashtra.  

    Cassia Seeds Pan-roasted to perfection

    Carefully foraged and selected cassia tora beans, dried and pan-roasted to perfection. This intricate process adds the rich flavour and aroma to the final product.

    Straight from the Wild to Your Coffee Table

    Tarota has been an integral part of the women farmers in the Vidharbha region. After their work on the farms has been done for the day, these women wander through farm lands and forest boundaries, chatting and joyfully singing cultural and religious songs while they forage cassia tora seeds.

     

    These seeds are then collated and hand processed before they reach us - Rich in flavour, aroma and nutrition.


    Traditional Processing of Cassia Tora Coffee



    6 Key Benefits Of Cassia Tora Coffee

    For a healthy body and healthy mind

    ₹249.00

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    1. Does it taste like coffee?

    Here is what a customer who tried it had to say :

     

    "It tastes like coffee 98%..like a faint not so strong coffee but I like it's caffeine free... actually I like it...but some of it remains undissolved in the bottom so strain it before drinking...... enjoy.... must try it..it's also cheaper than decaff coffee" - Isprah

    2. Is it decaffeinated?

    Decaffeination involves a process where chemicals are used to remove caffeine from coffee. Since cassia tora is naturally caffeine free it does not have to go through the decaf process.

    3. How to Brew?

    Brew it like you consume your favourite filter coffee - Black or with Milk.

     

    If you previously consumed black coffee then you can use 1 tspn Cassia Tora coffee and stir it in boiling water (300ml) with organic raw sugar or jaggery powder as per taste.

     

    If you previously consumed coffee with milk, then repeat the process by adding 1 tspn Cassia Tora coffee into the milk with a sweetener of your choice.

     

    For Mild Coffee - Add 1 tspn of the Monks Bouffe Cassia Tora Coffee 

    For Strong Coffee - Add 2 tspns of the Monks Bouffe Cassia Tora Coffee 

     

    Monks Recommendation - Tastes great with jaggery powder or date palm jaggery as sweetener.  

    Size Guide

    100g Cassia Tora Coffee = 

    Mild coffee - 20cups

    Strong coffee - 10cups

    Monks Bouffe Knowledge Guide

    1. Crop Frequency in India: Annual Crop

    2. Sowing Season in India: June or July post monsoons.

    3.Region: Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh and also some parts of Gujarat and Maharashtra.


    Real Reviews from Real People

    Customer Reviews

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    Nanna Nik
    Not bad but not tasty

    Satisfactory

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    Isprah
    Taste a lot like coffee

    It tastes like coffee 98%..like a faint not so strong coffee but I like it's caffeine free... actually I like it...but some of it remains undissolved in the bottom so strain it before drinking...... enjoy.... must try it..it's also cheaper than decaff coffee

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    Autumn
    Strong and smoky

    I really dislike decaf so have been trying naturally caffeine free "coffee". Not bad at all! You can trick yourself with this one as well.
    Has a bunch of benefits too apparently but drink in moderation!
    Was delivered absolutely fresh, and in a glass jar which I always prefer