No.002 【Floating Farms in the Sea of Clouds - The Origin of Nepalese Specialty Coffee】

Nuwakot, a region close to the border with India in southwestern Nepal. Coffee farms float on highlands of 1,500m, overlooking the city spreading at the foot of the Himalayas from the sky. In that environment, which is higher than the clouds, it retains pure water from the Himalayan mountains and clear steam from the sea of clouds, maturing slowly, very slowly. The fully ripened coffee is carefully picked one by one, and transforms into the coffee beans we know through processes such as pulp removal, fermentation, washing, and drying.

The Nepalese specialty coffee that we handle goes through such a process to reach Japan, it's selected, roasted, and then poured into a cup of coffee.

Nepal, a region not facing the sea, has a slightly different coffee import and export process due to its geographical features. Normally, coffee grown and harvested in coffee-producing areas is gathered at a nearby port, loaded onto a ship, and arrives at a Japanese port after several months. On the other hand, it is characteristic of Nepal, which does not face the ocean, that the main route for import and export is by air. Therefore, the transportation time is overwhelmingly short compared to general green beans. Therefore, we can deliver high-quality coffee, which has been carefully and naturally cultivated and harvested at local farms, to each customer's cup while maintaining a higher freshness.

Yeti Roastery Coffee's feature is that we can provide Himalayan specialty coffee, which is additive-free and pesticide-free, in a higher quality, safe and secure way for customers to enjoy.