Coffeeofpromise is a Nepali specialty coffee roasting company based in Kathmandu, Nepal. It all began with a modest concept: Create exceptional coffee.
Our mission is to provide sustainably sourced, hand-picked, supply micro-roasted quality coffee using innovative and methodic roasting practices.
We strive to form profound partnerships with farmers from all over Nepal to create perspective together and form healthy working relationships built on trust and respect. We are committed to bringing the best selection of naturally grown, amazing tasting and in-season coffees to cafes and consumers in Nepal.
Rediscovering Meaning in Life.
In a world that often moves at a rapid pace, it's crucial to pause and bring meaning back into our lives. At CoffeeofPromise, we understand the importance of taking time for the things that truly matter.
1. Empowering Moments of Rejuvenation.
We believe that every moment spent brewing and enjoying a cup of our coffee is an opportunity for profound rejuvenation.
2. Bridging Cultures & Communities.
Our promise extends beyond exceptional flavors; we're committed to building a community that values transparency, fairness, and sustainability.
3. Inspiring Outdoor Coffee Culture.
Inspire and lead the way in fostering an outdoor coffee culture. We aim to redefine the traditional coffee experience, encouraging people to savor in the embrace of nature.
4. Nurturing Ethical Growth and Love.
We are dedicated to nurturing ethical growth and spreading love. We believe in growing as a company with integrity, transparency, and a deep sense of care for communities.
2017-2019: Researching Nepali Coffee
- Engaged in extensive research on Nepali coffee from November 2017 until the end of 2019.
- Despite being academically and professionally rooted in technology, the passion for agri-tech, particularly in coffee, started to emerge.
2019: Soft Launch of CoffeeofPromise
- CoffeeofPromise was soft-launched within a small circle.
- No commercial plans were made at this point as further vision and company structure were still under research.