Indulge in the rich flavorful experience of Abachu Coffee, where every sip is a journey for the senses and a treat for the soul. Our meticulously curated blends boast deep, complex flavors that tantalize the palate and leave a lasting impression. But Abachu Coffee is more than just a delightful beverage; it’s a commitment to sustainability and ethical sourcing practices. From our partnerships with local farmers to our dedication to eco-friendly production methods, we strive to minimize our environmental footprint while maximizing the quality of our coffee. With Abachu, you can enjoy your cup of joe knowing that it not only satisfies your cravings but also supports a brighter, more sustainable future. Rediscover your soul with the enriching taste of Abachu Coffee.

Abachu Coffee 250g

Blend type 70:30 (70% AAA grade Coffee + 30% Chicory)

Price: Rs 175.00

Abachu Coffee 500g

Blend type 70:30 (70% AAA grade Coffee + 30% Chicory)

Price: Rs 350.00

With your first 500g purchase we will send you our unique Abachu Coffee refrigerator magnet.

With every 3kg purchase of Abachu Coffee we will send you our beautifully crafted Abachu Coffee Mug

We offer free shipping on orders of 1kg and above all across India.


Preparing a perfect cup of South Indian Abachu Filter Coffee is an art that requires attention to detail and a love for tradition. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you achieve that rich, aromatic brew:

  1. Gather Your Ingredients: You’ll need finely ground Abachu filter coffee powder, fresh water, and whole milk.
  2. Measurements: For a standard cup of filter coffee, use approximately 4 tablespoons of ground coffee powder.
  3. Boil Water: Heat around 400ml of water in a separate vessel until it reaches a rolling boil.
  4. Prepare the Filter: Take a traditional South Indian coffee filter (usually made of stainless steel) and add the measured coffee powder into the upper compartment.
  5. Tamp the Coffee: Gently press down on the coffee powder using the flat disc provided with the filter. This ensures proper extraction and a strong brew.
  6. Assemble the Filter: Place the upper compartment over the lower compartment, which collects the brewed coffee.
  7. Pour Water: Slowly pour the boiling water over the coffee powder. The water will gradually seep through the powder, extracting the flavors as it drips into the lower compartment.
  8. Wait Patiently: Allow the coffee to drip naturally. This process may take a few minutes, but it’s crucial for achieving the perfect balance of flavors.
  9. Heat Milk: While the coffee is brewing, heat the milk in a separate pan until it’s hot but not boiling.
  10. Mix and Serve: Once the coffee has finished brewing, pour equal parts of the decoction (brewed coffee) and hot milk into a cup or tumbler. Add sugar to taste if desired.
  11. Decant and Enjoy: To enhance the flavors, decant the coffee from one tumbler to another in a brisk, controlled manner. This helps to aerate the coffee and create a frothy layer on top.
  12. Savor the Moment: Sit back, relax, and savor the rich aroma and velvety texture of your homemade South Indian Abachu filter coffee. Enjoy it slowly, letting every sip awaken your senses and soothe your soul.