Mooleh Manay Estate was established in 2013 by 4th generation coffee planter, Ms. G.G. Padmashree with the aim of producing sustainable and environmentally responsible high quality coffee using modern farming techniques. The plantation is located in North Coorg, on the banks of the Harangi backwaters in the foothills of the Western Ghats.
Papakuchi Estate is run by husband and wife duo M.C Nanjappa and Shilpa Nanjappa, 3rd generation coffee planters. They grow both Arabica and Robusta. The plantation is meticulously block planted with single varietal coffees, maintaining traceability while picking. The plantation also has its own wet mill, fermentation tanks and drying yards.
Kanbile Estate was established in the early 1900’s. The proprietor of Kanbile Estate is 4th generation coffee planter, Mr. G.G. Rajendra Kumar. The plantation is sustainably cultivated with predominantly shade grown Arabica, with some of the shade trees being over a 100 years old. The plantation is bird and wildlife friendly and coffee is cultivated harmoniously with nature with minimal environmental impact. The plantation also has its own wet mill and drying yards.
Legend has it that a fakir, Baba Budan, smuggled seven coffee beans on his journey from Persia to India and planted those seeds on a mountain, now called Baba Budan Giri, situated along the Chandradrona Hills. Lush green Krishnagiri plantation has originated from those seven beans that grew to be amongst India's first recorded coffee plantations. The plantation is privately held by M.S Boje Gowda and family.