Himalayan Coffee Highlights
Pinnacle brews for those who seek the peak in work and play
Experience coffee that's hulled just before roasting. Our beans are stored parchment-intact for ultimate farm-level freshness, flavor, and vitality.
Himalayan Growing Conditions Indulge in the superior flavors of high-altitude coffee grown just below the frost line and in a microclimate unlike any other in the world-surrounded by snow-capped mountains and nourished with Himalayan snow-melt waters.
Single Origin Discover the distinct aromas and flavor profiles that only come from Himalayan grown coffee beans. Find out for yourself why the highest quality coffees in the world are usually single origin or single estate.
Shade-Grown Stimulate your senses with coffee that’s better tasting and better for the environment, too. Shade-grown Himalayan coffee cherries ripen slowly and develop more richly flavored coffee beans. These tree canopies create safe havens for wildlife and eliminate carbon from the atmosphere.
Hand-Picked Selectively hand-picked coffee cherries guarantee that only the ripest and most flavorful Himalayan cherries find their way to your delicious cup of coffee!
Wet-Processed Unleash the clean, bright, and complex flavors of wet processed Himalayan coffee that’s nourished and washed with fresh snow-melt water. Preferred by specialty coffee growers worldwide, this method is known for spectacularly bringing out and influencing the final flavors of the coffee beans.
Hand-Sorted Meticulously hand-sorted coffee greens ensures freshness, uniform size and uniform roasting, which all contribute to the distinct aromas and flavors in your cup of Himalayan coffee.
Organic & Fair Trade Feel good about drinking coffee that’s better for you, the planet and its people. Organic and fair-trade coffee is the standard for all Himalayan grown coffee. The region’s farmers and leaders are committed to sustainably growing coffee, empowering individuals and lifting communities out of poverty.
Traceable Savor your coffee like fine wine and know exactly who grew your coffee in the Himalayas. Tracing coffee back to its source gives farmers the recognition they need to thrive, and it lets you see what’s really behind your cup of coffee and why it matters who you buy your coffee from.
*Impact of your purchase We reinvest in Nepal's coffee industry and donate a percentage of our sales to snow leopard conservation efforts, Mt. Everest clean-up projects and programs that support U.S. veterans.
*Social Impact Growing and producing coffee provides much needed employment for residents of rural areas in the Himalayan region, especially women. In Nepal, the involvement of women in coffee is estimated to be as high as 90 percent of the workforce.
*Recycling Cherry pulps separated from the coffee beans during wet-processing makes for excellent compost material. Nepali farmers regularly use these scraps to give nutrients back to the plants and protect them from root infestation