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Plantec Coffee Estate, Nepal - Rare specialty coffee from one of the Northernmost coffee estates in the world! We are the largest coffee estate in Nepal and our estate has been around for 25 years. Our coffee is always shade-grown and fair trade. 

Plantec Coffee Estate, Nepal - Rare specialty coffee from one of the Northernmost coffee estates in the world! We are the largest coffee estate in Nepal and our coffee is always shade-grown and fair trade. Our estate has been around for 25 years and reforestation on our property has contributed to the return of leopards, endangered species, and other animals that once vanished from the area.

MT. EVEREST SUPREME The highest mountain in the world! Mt. Everest is also known as Sagarmatha in Nepali or Goddess of the Sky. Sherpa Tenzing Norgay of Nepal and Sir Edmund Hillary from New Zealand were the first people to ever reach its summit in 1953.

Coffee Profile

Source: Plantec Coffee Estate (Single Estate)

Growing Region: Nuwakot District, Nepal

Elevation: 2200-2400 ft. above sea level

Grade: 1, Screen Size 17

Harvest Period: January-March

Variety: Caturra

Type: Shade Grown, Washed, Sun Dried, Hand-Picked & Hand-Sorted, Bird Friendly

Characteristics: Low Acidity, Light Body, Floral, Cinnamon, Ginger, Citrus

100% USDA Certified Organic & Fair Trade

Learn How to Roast Coffee in easy steps and the many Uses and Health Benefits of Green Coffee in our Go For The Summit blogs. 

Green coffee is a popular dietary/weight-loss supplement as it naturally contains chlorogenic acid (antioxidant; lowers the blood sugar and blood lipid levels).

Roasting suggestion: We encourage you to go on an adventure with our coffee to find the roast level you like best.  You can read about the flavor profiles we discovered on our roasted products list.

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Our coffees are all hand-picked and hand-sorted like the Kona Coffee and Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee

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