This is an HD going by at 6:35 AM.
(sunrise is at 7:16)



This past week we've been served: Kenyan, Mexican, Columbian, Guatemalan, and today - Indian Monsooned Malabar* coffee.....while the half&half and pastries are sourced from local folks. (not best pleased if you request decaf)(ever)


Nice clouds on the way home.


O.S.
* I had to look that one up...
Indian Monsooned Malabar, also known as Monsoon Malabar, is a process applied to coffee beans. The harvested coffee seeds are exposed to the monsoon rain and winds for a period of about three to four months, causing the beans to swell and lose the original acidity, resulting in a flavor profile with a practically neutral pH balance. The coffee is unique to the Malabar Coast of Karnataka and Kerala and has protected status under India's Geographical Indications of Goods Act. The name Monsoon Malabar is derived from exposure to the monsoon winds of the Malabar coast.