The power of coffee


March 6, 2013 by Beans Ahoy

Not only does it give you super human strength, but it can also provide a living.

I have yet to taste Nepalese coffee (if anyone has a sample do let me know!), but altitude is not something they need worry about. My only concern would be the soil quality, but if I had to guess I suppose some of the coffees from India would taste similar to Nepalese coffee.


3 thoughts on “The power of coffee

  1. Another Bean says:

    I think you may have tasted this. We drank it together. Quite unremarkable.

    • Beans Ahoy says:

      @Another Bean

      Really?!?! Wow, must have been really unremarkable if I can’t even remember drinking it.

      Well there you go readers. I have tasted it…apparently. So unremarkable I can’t even remember it. However this is not surprising. I could not imagine that Nepal has the right soil for coffee. However, that doesn’t take away the good news from the article. While they may not be producers of specialty coffee, I am sure that there product with sell commercially to be blended.

      Well done to these farmers for waking up and smelling the coffee (pun very much intended) and figuring out a way of earning a better living.

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