Swati Mehta, an advertising professional, is a half Tamilian. Her mother, a true blue Tamilian, swears by coffee powder from Mysore Concerns. She’s been visiting it for years now and buys it in bulk every month. What she loves about it is that it’s freshly ground in front of her, so the taste is spectacular.
She says that the best way to judge a good coffee powder is if there’s a powdery aftertaste, once you’ve had a few sips.
Rama Ramanan, a media professional and Thane resident, also visits this little store for all her coffee needs. She’s particular about where she gets it from because, according to her, a lot depends on how the coffee beans are roasted – from selecting to grinding the seeds; everything is done in-house at Mysore Concerns. She feels that the degree of roasting makes all the difference in making the coffee flavour strong, heady and flavoursome.
According to her, Mysore Concerns seems to have got the formula right.
Price: INR 170 for half a kilo