Our Indian coffee is a surprisingly smooth, easy-like-Sunday-morning Joe that you can enjoy all week long. It’s expertly craft-roasted in small-batches for us by a cool guy named Alex (not Joe, I know, confusing).
Mr. Divakar sources our estate-grown, arabica peaberry beans over 3,000 feet up in the highlands of Karnataka.
The coffee plants are fed at night by the monsoon rains. I’m fed during the day by the monsoon of Indian coffee flowing from our coffee maker.
Despite social distancing guidelines, the surgeon general says it’s still okay to spend quality time with me, myself, and chai.
Look, I know, those dudes in the photo are clearly violating distancing rules. But aren’t those the coolest shorts you’ve ever seen? I think I’m going to teach myself how to sew this weekend. Sorry, I digress…
I’m so proud of our Bollywood Theater Chai. It’s like a “Best of Reluctant Trading” spice set perfectly blended into one item.
Our chai gets consistent 5-star reviews from our customers. It was even named a “Top 10 Chai” by Bon Appétit. It’s super authentic, warming, spicy, and delicious. It’s the real deal like you’d find on the streets of Mumbai.
The caffeine in our drinks will wake you up. But how do you wake up your cooking? So glad you asked! (Yes, I’m actually having conversations with myself now. It’s Day 21 of our quarantine. Cut me some slack!)
Our Indian Spice Set includes three amazing masalas (dry spice blends) along with a recipe in each tube by Chef Troy MacLarty of Portland’s amazing Bollywood Theater.
These masalas will save time with most any Indian recipe that calls for Garam, Vindaloo, or Tikka Masala. Curry Powder and these masalas are also sold separately in the shop.
Sourced and expertly blended by Mr. Divakar in India, these are the freshest masalas this side of the Lakshadweep Sea.