How to Make Instant Coffee – Indian Coffee Recipe

by Dinesh Sharma on Tuesday, March 12, 2013

How to Make Instant Coffee

Instant Coffee in India is mainly produced in the hill tracts of South Indian states; with the state of Karnataka accounting 53% followed by Kerala 28% and Tamil Nadu 11% of production of 8,200 tons. Indian Coffee is said to be the finest coffee grown in the shade rather than direct sunlight anywhere in the world. The Indian Coffee House is a restaurant chain in India. It is run by a series of worker co-operative societies. It has strong presence across India. There are nearly 400 coffee houses all over India, which are a part of the chain.

How to make Instant Coffee
The India Coffee House chain was started by the Coffee Cess Committee in 1986. Kerala has the largest number of Indian Instant Coffee Houses, approximately 51. The Indian Instant Coffee House has several branches in Kolkata also, including the College Street branch, Central Avenue branch, Medical College Kolkata branch and Jadavpur branch. These are favourite hang-out places among the students and youth, although one can see several old-timers frequenting the coffee houses on a regular basis. This article based on Coffee Review 2013.

Indian Coffee Recipe

Indian Coffee Recipe is basically a sweeter and spicier version of normal coffee. Its main ingredients are whole milk, water, sugar, ground coffee beans or instant coffee, fresh grated ginger and tea masala (ginger powder, clove powder, black pepper powder, cinnamon powder and cardamom powder). Though it is difficult to categorize as to which Indians drink coffee, Indian Coffee Drinkers are usually found in the likes of kitty party ladies, the corporate kind of people, lovers who would rather go to a café than a park, meet-ups for example a book club, fashion-conscious socialites and intellectual types among many others.
The Indian Coffee Industry is the sixth largest producer in the world. The bulk of all production takes place in southern states including Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Indian coffee is most noted for its Indian Kathlekhan Superior variety. In 2010-2011 Robusta coffee accounted for 64 percent of all coffee produced in India. Over a quarter of India’s coffee exports go to Italy with Russia coming a close second. Arabica Indian Coffee Prices fell at last week’s auction held on Friday as traders stayed away from the market due to variations in overseas prices which was said by auctioneer J. Thomas & Co. Indian coffee exports fell 6.88 percent.

Indian Instant Coffee Recipe

Indian Instant Coffee Recipe Making

There has always been a discussion when it comes to the choice between Indian Tea & Coffee. Although Indians have always been drinking tea, the sudden rise in the number of coffee drinkers has befuddled us.  Domestic consumption of coffee is rising at about 5%-6% every year, while tea consumption is increasing only at about 2% annually, according to government data released earlier this year. A decade ago, coffee drinking was mostly confined to southern states. A production of 260mn kgs of Indian Coffee Beans takes place each year. The top Indian Coffee Brands are Nescafe by Nestle, Tata Coffee and BRU.
The first Cafe Coffee Day opened in 1996, marking the beginning of a change in Indian tastes and habits. The CCD chain is now opening a branch almost every week, and has more than 1,200 stores across India. It’s been joined by other chains, including Barista Lavazza, Think Coffee and Costa Coffee. Day by day, the number of Indian Coffee Lovers is increasing. Perhaps instant coffee will not overtake tea in India but it can surely give it an intense competition.

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