Coffee plants are cultivated in certain regions of Nepal, adding to the country’s diverse agricultural landscape. The coffee plant produces aromatic coffee beans that are roasted and brewed into a popular beverage enjoyed worldwide. In Nepal, coffee cultivation has gained prominence in recent years, with farmers specializing in growing high-quality arabica and robusta coffee varieties. Coffee plants typically take around 3 to 4 years to reach maturity and produce cherries, which are then harvested and processed to extract the coffee beans. The thriving coffee industry in Nepal contributes to both the local economy and the global coffee market.