Pokhara, Oct.1: International Coffee Day is observed every year on October 1. The best way to celebrate this occasion is to start and end the day with cuppa.
The first official date for the international coffee day was in 2015, October 1 which was launched in Milan of Italy. Since then, every year Oct.1 is celebrated to promote the coffee culture.
In Nepal coffee farming is done in 40 districts of hilly region. They are grown above 950 meters up to 1600 meters height.
Districts such as Gulmi, Palpa, Kaski, Kavre, Gorkha, Lamjung, Baglung are famous for coffee productions.
The history of coffee farming in Nepal dates back in 1938 AD. Hira Giri had brought coffee seeds from Myanmar and planted in Aapchaur of Gulmi district.
In Pokhara and other cities, coffee culture has become popular. Himalayan Java, Coffee Culture, Coffee Box, White Rabbit, German Bakery, Coffee Ghar are the emerging places for coffee lovers.