Himalayan climate is ideal for coffee growing but farmers face numerous hurdles
Nikkei Asian Review
KATHMANDU — As the aroma of freshly brewed coffee fills the air, Nima Tenjing Sherpa bends and perches his nose above a cup at a table inside a tiny roaster in a posh Kathmandu neighborhood. He inhales the fragrance, an act reminiscent of wine-tasting, then sips at the coffee. “It’s sweet with traces of fruit,” he says.
The art of making a perfect Coffee
Learning to make creative and unique coffee art requires proper guidance and training and there are a number of institutions in Kathmandu that give …MORE
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A History in Nepalese Coffee
Not much was known about Nepal’s coffee experience in 1998 – so they sent me to find out. I was set down in a small city called Tenzen. I was housed …more