Indian Mysore Nuggets 'Extra Bold'

SKU INDMYSORE

Starting at $6.25 / lb
As low as $4.75 / lb

So as not to confuse it with an ailment, the "s" is pronounced "z" and the "y" is a long "e": mee-zore.

India is being discovered as a good source of great coffee, not merely novelty varieties, which their monsooned favorite (Malabar) was for years. This cup is for real, with the body, brightness, and spiciness that is very middle eastern, reminiscent of Turkish coffee from a drip pot. You will not be left wanting for a full cup of flavor, the spicy overtones on a sweet, nutty base will knock your socks off before they give way to a subtle earthiness that will have you asking for a second cup. Because it is such a pleasant experience just to drink it, you will have no trouble at all savoring and distinguishing its complexities for yourself. The Mysore is definitely a coffee that reveals something different with seemingly every cup. Different roasts reveal a lot of different combinations of characteristics as well, and this new crop is outstanding. A very popular coffee that we are happy to be able to offer to you again.

Try before you stock up with a 1/2 pound sample!

Coffee Bean Matrix Attributes

  • CountryIndia
  • Organic CertificationNo
  • Fair Trade CertifiedNo
  • Rainforest Alliance CertifiedNo
  • ProcessWashed
  • DecaffeinatedNo
  • Altitude (meters)1,200-1,350
  • Brightness:4
  • Body:4
  • Aroma:5
  • Complexity:6
  • Balance:6
  • Sweetness:4
  • Spicy:heavy bean
  • Chocolaty:medium bean
  • Nutty:heavy bean
  • Buttery:medium bean
  • Fruity:-
  • Flowery:-
  • Winey:-
  • Earthy:medium bean
  • RegionChikmagalur District, Karnataca, India
  • VarietyCauvery, Kent, S.795, S.9

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by on December 9, 2017

This coffee is one of the sweetest I've roasted. It has a dense mouthfeel and develops a roasty overtone like mild cloves when taken just into second crack. LIke the 2013 review, "hot cocoa" is a good description of the lingering aftertaste. It's very smooth with low acidity when brewed at 175°F, and it doesn't have the overpowering funky, earthy top end of some Sumatras that need to be compensated by taking them further into second crack. Similar coffees have more distillates than this one. It will delight my friends who favor dark roasts and will be surprised it can be this smooth, mellow and flavorful all at the same time.

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by on June 19, 2019

The very first impressions of the @coffeebeancorral Mysore (mee-zore) is that the cup is a very transitional cup. At first the flavor immediately reminds me of a Monsoon Malabar. Once I’ve had a few sips my palate settles down. The flavors made me think this was a blend of the best Ethiopian Natty and a malabar. There is a fruitiness bordering on juicy that mixes well but stands alone with the earthy Malabar flavors. As the cup cools a spiciness becomes apparent. The earthiness is still prevalent but a sweetness is also reminiscent of a great PNG. After only performing one roast on my popper and having one cup of this coffee I would absolutely recommend you purchase this coffee. That said, if you have not had a Monsooned Malabar yet order this along with the Mysore. I would highly recommend that you roast and drink the Malabar first. Go through at-least a half pound and then try the Mysore. I have just enough roasted to have one more cup tomorrow morning. This review will be continued. My brew was 465g(tap water)/30g/Chemex. Baratza Encore on 28.

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by on August 16, 2013

This coffee tastes like Autumn. Hot cocoa, nuts, baking spice, sweet, with silky smooth body and a loooong creamy finish. Roasted to Full City+ just beginning a few snaps of second crack.

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by on June 23, 2019

When I think of India, I think of tea, exotic spices and vibrant colors. Now I'll add coffee! This coffee is bold and full of flavor. A great way to start the day or a midday boost. So many wonderful flavors in one cup. Delicious!

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by on June 28, 2018

This is my favorite blender. Provides a delightfully rich and smooth base for any espresso blend. I blend it with a brasil, or a guatemalan, or even a harrar. I have been using this for several years. I roast to just the first ticks of second crack. Never fails to impress. And, excuse me, but i prefer to call it my sore nuggets. Proper pronunciation be damned.

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by on July 17, 2008

"WOW!" That was the very first thing my brain yelled when I first tasted the Mysore Nugget. The flavor is very deep and rich. Extra Bold is a good description. I roasted it to Full-City, I ground the beans very fine (Turkish style), and I used 2 ounces of ground for a 12 cup pot. The coffee this produced was a full bodied and flavored brew that is comparable to any of the large chains' brews. This cup was begging to be drank! I am very pleased with this coffee and I am looking forward to sharing it with guests.

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