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, …

Riding coffee’s Third Wave

29 Dec 2017 – 4 Jan 2018 #890 Nepali Times Buzz Riding coffee’s Third Wave Something is brewing in Nepal as the coffee fad morphs into a culture Sikuma Rai   Ryan Chang Coffee connoisseurs are touting the Third Wave of the beverage: moving beyond the coffee-shop culture epitomised by Starbucks to one that values knowledge of the cherries and beans …

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 …

Coffee may improve mood: study

An examination of the effects of coffee on peoples’ moods have found that it may have an overall positive effect. The review of existing research into the matter was completed by Dr Géraldine Coppin from the University of Geneva and Swiss Center for Affective Sciences and published by the industry-sponsored Institute for Scientific Information on Coffee. “Current research into this …

Myanmar coffee competition yields exciting results

The winning coffee at the Third Annual Myanmar Coffee Association (MCA) Coffee Quality Competition scored a record-breaking 89.58 points, underscoring the continuing improvement in the quality of coffees being produced in the Asian nation. The Ywangan micro-lot entered by MCA member Mandalay Coffee Group bested last year’s winner of the event by more than two points on the Specialty Coffee …