13 Largest Producers Of Coffee In India
Coffee is mostly grown in Southern parts of India and Karnataka is the largest producer of coffee. Second, comes from newly developed areas in North-Eastern parts of India. Almost 80% of Indian coffee is exported through the Suez Canal to places such as Russia, Spain, the Netherlands and France. Here are the top 13 states which produce coffee in India.
Karnataka is the largest coffee production state. It produces 71 per cent coffee. The coffee is produced in the areas such as Chikmagalur, Kodagu and Hassan districts of the state.
The Malabar region in Kerala produces Arabica and Robusta coffee beans. Kerala produces around 21% of coffee in India, which grow in and around Wayanad district of the state.
The state Tamil Nadu produces 5% of coffee. It’s grown in Nilgris, Yercaud and Kodaikanal district of the state. Shevaroy hills are one of the oldest coffee plantation regions in the state.
The Araku Valley Hill station in Visakhapatnam district is the coffee plantation area in Andhra Pradesh. It is located on the Kothavalasa Kirandul railway line.
The Keonjhar area in the state offers the perfect climate for growing coffee. Apart from that, Koraput, Keonjhar, Rayagada and Kalahandi are few most popular coffee plantation areas.
The state is one of the largest producers of coffee in the North-Eastern parts of India after rubber and tea. The state is an alternative for coffee and rubber.
The state Nagaland is the second largest coffee in the North-Eastern parts of India, which is also a favourable land for coffee farming in India.
The state is best known for its tea gardens but there are some places where coffee is grown as well. Some of the places are ideal for monsoon varieties of coffee.
The rollicking hills and cascading waterfalls of Meghalaya are the best coffee grown regions along with East Khasi Hills.
The districts of Manipur have started embracing for coffee plantation. The climate and landscape are best suited for coffee beans both Arabica and Robusta
The place Namsang Tehsil of Tirap district is one of the small villages where coffee plantation are grown in the state.
Chikhaldara – Maharashtra
The Chikhaldara hill state in the state is the only coffee-growing area in the state. It’s a tourist place to visit from October to June.