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India's coffee-growing tradition thrives with new gourmet producers

Family tragedy prompted Kambihalli Estate's revival in Karnataka

In addition to growing coffee, the women of Kambihalli Estate also run Halli Berri cottages, a luxe homestay. (Christabel Lobo)

When Nalima Kariappa took over the day-to-day management of her family's 200-acre coffee estate in Chikmagalur, in the southwestern Indian state of Karnataka, after her husband's death in 2007, she never imagined just how far the family business would come.

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