Kuringhat Microlot

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

$20.00$1,400.00

100%

SINGLE
ORIGIN
Nepal
Kathmandu Valley.
Caturra Shade Grown with exotic fruits.
Limited stock available.
Clear
SKU: #396

Description

This estate is a new microlot. It is placed on 3 hectares of prime Himalayan soil in the region of Kuringhat surrounded by local farming communities and also situated close by the Trishuli River, mid-way between the Chitwan National Park and Pokhara in the famous Kathmandu Valley.

The microlot itself is placed at approx 1300m above sea level just below the sub-humid dry temperate areas in the inter Himalaya region, on land which also grows other exotic fruits such as mango, plum, blueberry and persimmon . The land has an array of taller leafier trees creating excellent shade growing conditions for these caturra coffee beans.

Cup Profile – TBA

In stock – Limited supply 5 bags (50kg each) allocated to each country.

$35 per KG – Green beans

Kuringhat specialty green beans. Microlot shade grown with cross pollination techniques with nepalese exotic fruits

Estate Information:
Country – Nepal
Type – Caturra varietal 100%
Region – Kuringhat Micro Lot, Kathmandu Valley
Altitude – 1300m
Processing – Hand washed & sorted
Harvest – To be advised
SCA specialty score – To be advised

Minimum order 50kg for commercial buyers (discount applies)
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Additional information

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Weight

250g roasted, 1Kg roasted, 5Kg roasted, 10Kg roasted, 10kg green, 20Kg roasted, 40kg green

1 review for Kuringhat Microlot

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    If this is anything like your other coffee I’ll be trying it!

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About Us

Happy Farmer Organics Pty Ltd is an importer of specialty graded Arabica coffee beans. We supply green beans commercially to specialty roasters, organic wholesalers & cafes Australia wide. We have our distribution centre based in Melbourne & our coffee estates in multiple locations in Nepal.

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