Nepal has been bringing very special coffees onto the market for several years. In the Himalayan region of Gorkha, various farmers started growing coffee in the 1990s. Our source of supply is a plantation of 70 ha, which was founded in 1994 and is located at an altitude of 1,400 m above sea level. lies. The irrigation takes place through the fresh snow water of the rest of the 7'000 m above sea level. lying Ganesh-Himal mountains.
Our coffee is prepared wet, ie the coffee cherries are soaked in water for about 24 hours and then largely peeled from the pulp. Due to the moisture and remnants of the pulp, fermentation begins. The beans are then separated from the pulp, dried, the parchment skin removed, sorted and made ready for export.
This extraordinary coffee bean impresses with its exotic aromas and unfolds a full body. The aromas of lightly roasted cocoa beans, jasmine, red berries and candied oranges ensure a special and full-bodied coffee enjoyment.