The Malabar Whistling Thrush is locally known by the name of the whistling schoolboy because the whistling calls these birds make at dawn sound surprisingly human-like. They may sing long, elaborate songs at dawn but during the rest of the day, they utter sharp single or two-note whistles. They also take frequent water baths.
The Whistling Schoolboy is our version of the traditional South Indian filter kaapi! A blend of Arabica and Robusta beans with 20% Chicory.