India Balmaadi Biodynamic natural coffee
Organic and Biodynamic .
Sold in 250g bags.
Other types of ground are available, email us for information.
- Country: India
- State: Tamil Nadu
- Region: Nilgiris
- Farm: Balmaadi Estate
- Owner: Unnamalai Thiagarajan
- Varietals: Kent and S-795
- Process: Natural
- Certification: Biodynamic
- Drying method: Patios and African beds
- Altitude: 1,200–1,830 m.a.s.l.
- Farm size: 169 hectares, of which 148 hectares are coffee
Seeds are charged at £3.00 up to £70 in value when it is free.
Delivery is £8.00 for other items and free for orders over £70.00
We try and ship orders received by 12.00.00 on a next day delivery. We mainly use Royal Mail and DPD local
If there are any delays we will advise you immediately.
We are not able to guarantee next day delivery due to events that can be out of our control. Tracking will be added to the online order when shipped.
Any carriage issues please call (01994427606)- we are trying to make it as fair as possible.
Biodynamic farming is a holistic approach to agriculture in which vitality has the highest priority. Its origin lies in the agricultural course held by Rudolf Steiner in 1924. Demeter is the international logo of certified biodynamic food that you will see on packaging in shops and supermarkets, in farm shops, and at farmers' markets selling biodynamic food. It is the world's oldest certification mark, and is your guarantee of high quality food, wine and products farmed and produced to the highest standards.
About Has Bean
Biodynamic farming practices are already widely-recognised in the wine industry, and are considered to be one of the oldest ’systemised' organic farming methods. This method was introduced and pioneered by Rudolf Steiner, an Austrian philosopher in the late 19th, early 20th century who was focussed on the idea that farming should not just be about producing crops, but should be about holistic agriculture as part of a wider spiritual philosophy.