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SHOP 2018-09-07T13:47:11+00:00

Coffee beans,

Which had picked up by hands

Bags,

Made with the local common technics and wisdom

Clothes,

Which had sawn under the dappled sunlight by mother’s hands

Even not convenient, rich, there they made up their master piace of their own.

By purchasing of it, the cultures and lifes of them

Would comes to be sustain a little bit longer, maybe a day or two, or years more.

Though it is not swift and evaluated, but with pride and bilief

You would like to choose such a life

“eureka” would like to recommend such a life

Today

We are seeking the world now on.

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ROAST BEANS

$14.00

The hill region of Nepal where is well-known place of high quality tea leafs. The workers who qualified with vigor spirit had getting started growing organic coffee beans.

The method is originated from the experienced farmers from Africa and Brazil.

The climinate which grows high quality tea leafs, and tender care such as hand harvesting,

It completed as best-ever coffee with rich aroma and sensitive taste.

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GREEN BEANS

$28.00

Selected green beans which had produced in nepal hill region

Raw green beans before roasted

The fleshness would not be eliminated by aging

Roast the beans as you like or provide it as your shop in varies of roast decrees.

For speciaalized customer

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STAFF’S RECCOMEND

THIS WEEK’S LINEUP

COFFEE BEAMS
WITCH HAD PICKED UP BY HANDS AT THE HILL REGION OF NEPAL
CLOTHES
WHICH HAD SAWN UNDER THE DAPPLED SUNLIGHT BY MOTHER’S HANDS
BAGS
MADE WITH THE LOCAL COMMON TECHNICS AND WISDOM
This Week’s Highlight

Caste system in Nepal

The Nepalese caste system is the traditional system of social stratification of Nepal. The Nepalese caste system broadly borrows the classical Chaturvarnashram model consisting of four broad social classes or varna:Brahmin, Kshatriya, Vaishya, Sudra, and untouchables. The caste system defines social classes by a number of hierarchical endogamous groups often termed jaat. This custom was traditionally only prevalent in the Hindu societies of the Khas/Parbatiya, Madhesi, and Newars. However, since the unification of Nepal in the 18th century, Nepal’s various indigenous “Adivasi/Janajati” tribes have been incorporated within the caste hierarchy, to varying degrees of success. Despite of the forceful integration among the pan-Hindu social structure, the ethnic indigenous groups do not adhere to or fall under the caste system.[…]