The original and the best, since 1983

Nepal Coffee Company (NCC) produces produces premium, shade grown, certified organic Arabica coffee from the beautiful Himalaya. Our green beans and roasted coffee are available on the export and domestic market.

We were the first coffee company in Nepal 40 years ago and remain an industry leader today. We are a proud woman-run company with our CEO, Ms. Sunnie Joshi, at the helm.

Our coffee is grown at the optimum altitude and climate in the mid hills of the Himalayas. We are the largest processor in Nepal, sourcing coffee from 22 districts including Nuwakot, Syangja, Palpa, Lalitpur, Gulmi, Kaski, Gorakha, Lamjung, Tanahun and more.

Our mission

is to grow and share the highest quality, certified organic Arabica from the foothills of the Himalayas, focusing on sustainability and women empowerment.

Our vision

is to establish ourselves as a fine farmto-cup institution in the Nepali coffee industry, without compromising our ethical values.

Our values

• Family owned and operated since 1983
• Invest in long-lasting relationships with our farmers, and local and global customers
• Passionate about promoting high quality Nepali coffee
• Care for the environment and practice organic farming
• Support local women in employment and their children in education, especially STEM

“I’ve just profiled both the NCC coffees you gave me and they’re amazing. I’ve put them on filter and I’m getting some good specialty notes from both farms. I roasted your coffees light for filter and they stood up extremely well. Let’s look at next steps, I am super keen for us to work together.”
Bart Jawien
Head Roaster, Barty Coffee, Australia
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Empowering women

Like many other industries in Nepal, coffee is still a male-dominated industry, and we have a long way to go in gender equality and inclusion. However, the government is promoting female entrepreneurship in agriculture, which hopefully will attract more women into coffee in the future.

We also push this agenda at NCC, actively hiring women and people from marginalised communities. Within three months, from late 2021 to early 2022, NCC hired three women in management positions.

We take great pride in empowering local Nepali women and employ 20 Nepali women/sisters at our processing facility. Several sisters have worked with us loyally for the last 25 years and we are very proud to call them our partners.

“I hope to see more women involved in management in the industry, not just in the agricultural sector.”
Sunnie Joshi
CEO, Nepal Coffee Company