Date: 11 Dec 22
Time: 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM (3 Hours)
Venue: Culture Club Gallery, 15 Elgin Street, Central
Arabica Coffee from Nepal
Nepal Chamber of Commerce Hong Kong organized a seminar – “Arabica Coffee from Nepal” with a vision to promote Nepalese products in Hong Kong. This seminar’s mission was to Promote Nepalese Coffee beans to the HK market and further meet new customers.
The seminar was chaired by Mr. Lab Kumar Gurung (President of Nepal Chamber of Commerce Hong Kong. At the seminar, Mr. Tej Kumar Rai (Chairman of Souvenir Zen Z Limited, the main sponsor of the seminar), Miss Nisha Rai (the speaker of the seminar), Mr. Gokarna Dhakal (President of Non-Resident Nepalese Association Hong Kong, NRNA), Mr. Behrooz Torkaman (President of the Iranian Chamber of Commerce Hong Kong), Mr. Ome Kayu (Representative of the African Chamber of Commerce), Mr. Indra Pun (Representative of the Federation of International Nepalese Youth Entrepreneurs, FINYE), Ms. Aruna Gurung (the Honorary Business representative of Nepal Chamber of Commerce Nepal, NCC), Mr. Kul Prasad Gurung (Founder Member of NCCHK) and other business representatives were attended. The welcome session was conducted by the General Secretary Mr. Shashi Madan Rai and Secretary Mr. Dany Bardan Gurung.
Arabica coffee is one of the finest coffees in the world. It has grown at the foothills of the Himalayas. The fruit maturation is slow which makes the coffee trees pull more nutrients out of the organic soil. Organic soil makes beans harder and more flavorful. This Arabica-registered coffee has been awarded as “the best producer” by the government of Nepal and “the best coffee” by AVPA, France.
At the welcome session, Mr. Behrooz Torkaman (President of the Iranian Chamber of Commerce Hong Kong) and Mr. Gokarna Dhakal (President of Non-Resident Nepalese Association Hong Kong, NRNA) gave a short speech about the seminar.
In the seminar session, Miss Nisha presented the slide and talked about Arabica Coffee.
- Which part of Nepal is suitable for Arabica coffee?
- How is the plantation?
- How to process beans to cherry?
- How to make cherry into a cup?
- And much more information.
In the break session taste of coffee had been distributed and at the end of the session, an Arabica coffee pack had been gifted to all attended participants.
- 02:00 PM – 02:15 PM – Welcome Session
- 02:15 PM – 02:45 PM – Break / Coffee tasting
- 02:45 PM – 04:45 PM – Seminar Session
- 04:45 PM – 05:00 PM – Gift Distribution