Himalayan Arabica Coffee received the ‘Best Enterprise Award”

On the occasion of fourth Annual General Meeting of Nepal Coffee Federation, Greenland Organic Farm, the producer of Himalayan Arabica Coffee received the ‘Best Enterprise Award of the Year 2018″. Honorable Minister of Agriculture Chakra Pani Khanal and the President of Nepal Coffee Federation Mr. Shyam Bhandari has jointly awarded the certificate. Team Greenland would like to thank Nepal Coffee …

Nepal Coffee Development Strategy

MoAD okays Coffee Development Strategy The Himalayan Times / January 11, 2018 The Ministry of Agricultural Development (MoAD) has approved the five-year Coffee Development Strategy (2018-22) submitted by the National Tea and Coffee Development Board (NTCDB) in September. The NTCDB board led by the agriculture minister approved it recently, according to Sheshkanta Gautam, executive director of NTCDB. Along with this, …

Limited-Edition Nepalese Coffee

Only fifty bags available of our Nepal Coffee…   Limited-Edition Nepalese Coffee Medium Roast Micro-Lot   We are excited to announce a very special single-origin coffee, that will only be available for a limited time. This coffee is grown in the Himalayan Mountains, and Thanksgiving Coffee is one of the few coffee roasters in the US to source beans from this …

Nepal Coffee in US

    Nepal Coffee Limited-Edition   Price: $23.00 Sold Out       SummaryCustomer Reviews WOW! We sold out in under twelve hours! If you’re interested in having first access to other limited-edition or single origin coffees, consider signing up for our Roastmaster’s Select Coffee Club! Club members get a chance to try the most exclusive coffees that come out of our …

A History in Nepalese Coffee

A History in Nepalese Coffee Written by Paul Katzeff. Posted in History, Paul’s Stories, Stories From Origin, Working With Farmers In 1998, I was in Nepal. I was there because USAID offered me a free trip, provided I completed their mission. The mission: to assess the coffee world in Nepal, from the farm to the cup. Nepal had some history in coffee production but it …

Leaf rust resistant variety in Honduras succumbs to pest

World Coffee Research has confirmed that a coffee variety in Honduras, widely planted across the country because of its resistance to coffee leaf rust, is no longer resistant to the disease. The variety, Lempira, makes up a significant portion of Honduran coffee production and has been widely planted since an epidemic of leaf rust hit Central America beginning in 2012. …