KATHMANDU, April 2: So far, when you wanted to take a coffee-break, you needed to visit coffee shops and sometimes travel miles searching for a coffee stall. Butnow you do not have to leave the comfort of your place for coffee. Instead, coffee stall visits your place.
Most coffee lovers, no matter where they go, tend to seek out the best coffee shops to start their day. Coffee, for them, is not just a drink but an integral part of their lives. Likewise, for Manoz Shahi, training director at The Baristas Coffee School in Bagbazar, Kathmandu, the idea of getting free coffee everyday lured him into taking barista training and eventually working at a coffee shop.
KATHMANDU, Jan 29: Coffee plant, on being first discovered in Ethiopia in the late 11th century, was termed as ‘magical fruit’ for its vibrant aroma. The fame and peculiar functioning of coffee gradually began to spread over the years, and Nepal was no exception.
A warm cup of coffee is a delight in winter, especially in the mornings. Doing it the regular way? Republica Online shows you how to brew your coffee like a professional, without being a professional in five minutes.
KASKI, Nov 18: Though the area of coffee farming has increased, the production has not gone up much. Coffee is farmed in most of districts of the western region except the mountainous areas. However, the production of coffee has not risen as expected.
Nov 17: Drinking three to five cups of coffee regularly may reduce the risk of liver cancer and cirrhosis, according to a report. The report presented at the Royal Society of Medicine in London discussed potential impact of moderate coffee consumption on chronic liver disease, liver cancer and cirrhosis.
Coffee is not just a beverage; it is a trend and an indication of one’s social life. Lately, coffee has become the most preferred drink at social gatherings and formal meetings. With the growing coffee-drinking culture, young population has been inclined toward learning coffee-making in the recent years.
KATHMANDU, May 4: The two recipients of the European Union (EU) Award to support the development of coffee sector in Nepal -- ICCO Cooperation and Good Neighbors International Nepal -- jointly launched their respective projects ‘HAMRO COFFEE: Expanding Opportunities for Nepalese Coffee Farmers & Traders’ and ‘Coffee Value Chain Development Project: Coffee Commercialization; Income Diversification’ amid a program in Lalitpur on Wednesday
KATHMANDU, April 11: The Monday Morning Coffee Queries, an initiative started by Clock b Business Innovations with an aim to bring together people from different sectors to facilitate the growth of Nepali market, has completed one year of year.
The director and producer of Coffee With D — a film which revolves around a journalist’s attempt to fix an interview with Dawood Ibrahim — on Monday filed a complaint against callers who have been threatening them to make changes in the film if it shows the underworld don in a bad light.
If you drink 3-5 cups of coffee a day, new research spells good news for you! A moderate intake of coffee may provide protection against age-related cognitive decline and other neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease, says recent research.
Red Mud Coffee boldly invites people with their tagline, “Every revolution starts in a coffee shop, start yours.” From the beginning itself, their aim was to do much more than just serve drinks. Apparently, they wished to provide a socially vibrant space where people could mingle and network. Today Red Mud Coffee is doing all that and a little more. With two popular outlets in town, one even in Manang (open during season), Aashish Adhikari, founder of Red Mud Coffee, talks about his experiences so far.