Sindhuli is one of the seventy-five districts of Nepal with a huge historic significance. Elevation Ranges below 300 meters (1,000 ft) to 1,000 meters (3,300 ft). If you have missed earlier related post here is the link
There was no coffee program in the district until Mr. Narayan Dev Shrestha took coffee plantation initiation. Greenland Organic Farm has supported and encouraged him in various ways. He has formed the first coffee farmers group, Mahabharat Organic Coffee Farmers Group in Sindhuli District in 2015.
Washed Processed Parchment seems to be very nicely fermented and timely washed.
It was crystal clear shining white, similar size but with a bit higher moisture content.
THE GREEN BEANS
The colour of green beans were blue with a fungus damaged bean (catagory 1 defect) and a withered beans (catagory 2 defect).
No foreign order and the clean smell of green coffee.
THE ROASTED BEANS
No Quakers on medium roast.
The color of green beans in the provided sample found outside the acceptable range of specialty. The blue beans may be the result of high moisture content caused by under-drying. While Roasting it was baked, resulting in a very flat cup.
The cupping result found this coffee outside the boundaries of acceptable beans as specialty.
This coffee may be considered as Commercial Grade Coffee