The India International Coffee Festival (IICF) in Lalit Ashok, Bangalore, takes place in January. This conference will be attended by giants of the national and international coffee industry, policy makers, industry captains, exporters, manufacturers and host of other luminaries associated with coffee. IICF celebrates coffee in all its changing flavors and is here to give you a taste of India’s best.

South India dominates India’s coffee plantation industry. The hills of the Western Ghats receive ample rainfall during the monsoon season which makes the southern soil the best place for coffee cultivation. All these coffee growing cities are not just famous for their aromatic coffee but also for tourism. Let’s have look at them...

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Sakleshpur is a small hill station town in the South Indian state of Karnataka. It is a beautiful town located in the Western Ghats. It receives heavy rainfall from the southwest monsoon and because of this temperate climate it is blessed with great amounts of coffee, tea, cardamom, and pepper plantations.