Nepali Coffee - Arabica (only)



We are promoting environmentally friendly product from Nepal, such as tea, coffee and herbal teas. Taking into account the massive attack of chemicals in foods in modern life, we are offering completely natural products organic tea and coffee only from Nepal for your health.

Our main goal is to help those people who care about health, the health of family members, have a delicate flavor, try to use only high-quality natural products - tea and coffee, to look good and stay healthy.


History of Nepal Coffee

Nepali coffee is known for its exquisite aroma due to natural conditions unique, donated by nature. As for the history of the Nepali coffee, according to some legends, coffee trees were first planted in the area of Gulmi, which is now known as the "Coffee County" A monk named Hira Giri of Aampachaur, planted seedlings of coffee trees in the area Gulmi in 1939.

In the mid-twentieth century Japanese master agronomists have made a grandiose attempt to find new habitats coffee tree in the mountainous regions of the Indian subcontinent, where the temperature and humidity conditions contributes to the growth and maturation of the best coffee beans. The mid-80s, they got to Nepal, taking into account all the analysis of soil, climate, altitude and terrain they chose some areas of Nepal and providing seedlings and advice agronomist. More than 30 years of painstaking breeding and farming techniques in the foothills of the Himalayas in the Kingdom of Nepal allowed to form several plantations of coffee trees, giving a unique grain harvest. The modern history of coffee cultivation began in the country in the early 1990s. At the moment the coffee is made in more than 30 areas of Nepal.

Since the mid-90s from Nepal coffee began importing Japanese, Koreans, joined by Americans and Europeans. According to statistics in 1995. In Nepal, collected 13 tons green coffee, but the first coffee exported from Nepal in 2001, 3677 kg. This volume increased to 112,000 kg in 2007/08. of them bought Japan green decaffeinated green and 85% and 48%, respectively, whereas Germany bought green and green decaffeinated 1% and 41% respectively. For more than two decades of coffee harvested in Nepal, is a worthy representative for coffee gourmets and competes in all indicators with other best sorts of exclusive coffee, such as, Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee or Luwak.

We grow 100% Arabica (Caturra). The higher in the mountains located plantations, the better will be the grain. In Nepal, coffee grows at an altitude of 1000 to 2500m above sea level. At such heights strong fluctuations day and night temperatures, so the growing grain matures, changes in the structure, which is becoming more dense. Coffee trees grow in an organic medium, various kinds shaded fruit trees. Since Nepal is no hazardous industries, large factories, the clean, fresh air in the mountains allows growing here clean Arabica coffee.

His taste in general, cannot be described, each variety is unique and it is different. Now there are two dozen of its main varieties: it is black, green, white, red, puerh and different mixtures.

Coffee harvested by hand. Thoroughly washed, sun-dried grain 100% Arabica beans are sent to various parts of the world. Small amount of harvest gives the opportunity to enjoy the noble aroma of the drink with a subtle note of the Himalayan mountain herbs and a long finish. The nature of this extraordinarily rich coffee gourmet coffee opens and professional testers noble aromas of cocoa and candy with a light nutty flavor, are replaced by refined notes of ginger. Now the demand for Nepali coffee is very high and can not provide its demand.


The place where the coffee grows in Nepal

1.Argakhanchi, 2. Baglung, 3. Dhading, 4. Gorkha, 5. Gulmi, 6. Ilam, 7. Jhapa, 8. Kaski, 9. Kavrepalanchok, 10. Lalitpur, 11. Lamjung,
12. Makwvanpur, 13. Nuwakot, 14. Panchthar, 16. Parbat, 17. Sankhuvasava, 18. Sindhupalchowk, 19. Surkhet, 20. Syangja, 21. Tanahun,
22. Terhathum,


As for the history of the Nepali coffee, according to some legends, coffee trees were first planted in the area of Gulmi, which is now known as the "Coffee County." The modern history of coffee cultivation began in the country in the early 1980s, when the coffee trees were planted in separate areas. In view of the global demand Nepali coffee and domestic demand, this place is increased every year and now grow more than 20 districts of Nepal.

see more
Nepal is the god living land where all kinds of religion and philosophers get mutual understanding and would find their dream.
See more...
see more
The first production of Nepalese tea was Orthodox. And for more than 100 years, Nepalís tea industry remained largely under government/ruling class domain. See more...
see more
Nepali coffee is known for its exquisite aroma due to natural conditions unique, donated by nature.
See more...