Best coffee produced in Nepal ?

Best coffee produced in Nepal ?

Nepal may not be the first country that comes to mind when you think of coffee, but this small Himalayan nation is making a name for itself in the specialty coffee world. Nepal whole bean coffee is gaining recognition for its unique flavor profile, which is influenced by the country's high altitude, rich soil, and diverse microclimates.Nepal Coffee Company sources organic Himalayan Arabica from farmers on the slopes of the mid-hills of Nepal. The coffee trees grow between 1,000 – 1,600m above sea level.



  • The History of Coffee in Nepal

In 1938, a mythic hermit named Hira Giri is said to have brought some coffee seeds from Sindu Province of Myanmar (then Burma) and planted them in Aapchaur area of Gulmi District, Nepal. After Hira Giri introduced coffee, it was not seriously planted until the government of Nepal imported coffee seeds from India 1968. After the establishment of Nepal Coffee Company (NeCCo) in Manigram, Rupandehi district, in 1983/84, the Coffee producers were able to sell Coffee.


  • The Climate and Geography of Nepal 

Nepal is known for its rugged Himalayan terrain, with many of its coffee farms located at high altitude, combined with the country's diverse microclimates, results in coffee beans with a complex flavor profile.The price of Nepali coffee is relatively higher than Indian coffee due to its high quality. The best climatic conditions for its cultivation are 15oC – 24oC temperature, 1600 mm to 2500 mm rainfall, and 70 to 80 percent humidity. Currently, 560 tons of coffee is being produced annually in 47 districts. More than 21,000 farmers are involved in its cultivation over 2381 hectares of land.

  • The Future of Nepal Whole Bean Coffee

As Nepal's coffee industry continues to grow and evolve, there is increasing demand for its unique whole bean coffee. The country's small farmers and cooperatives are also benefiting from this growthAlmost 280 tonnes of coffee was imported in the FY 2021/22, a 40% growth in import compared to the previous fiscal year. Further, the domestic market consumes over 70% of the national production, says NTCDB.

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