Posts Tagged ‘nepali coffee’
I am trying to find some independent reviews of Nepali / Nepalese coffee on the web and so far I have not done too well. Here are two.
Lalitpur Coffee (Nepal)
Insiders count Lalitpur-coffee among the premium provenances in Nepal. Lalitpur is an excellently processed Coffee with a distinct unique character. Its growing area, some 40 kilometers South of Kathmandu, ranges from 800 to 1600 m.a.s.l. and comprises 8 cooperatives dedicated to organic shade. The year 2008 harvest resulted in 25 tons of Arabica, mainly exported to the U.S and Japan. When cupping a medium profile roast we were thrilled by the medium body, an unexpected aroma of nuts and rose water, and short but intense tangy highlight in a great lingering after-taste.
And, talking about coffee supplied by Himalayan Java:
Perhaps most remarkable attribute of this coffee is its fragrance. Unroasted, the green coffee effuses jasmine and sweet tobacco notes. Stunningly so.
Read all of the review here: http://www.bloggle.com/2008/05/your-highness-youre-history-now-how-about-coffee/
Have not found too many more reviews (none) but these two at least show the promise held in the hills of Nepal. Maybe it is time for a coffee tasting festival here in Kathmandu.