100% All Natural Arabica Coffee. Grown in the foothills of the Himalayas. Always hand sorted and sun dried with great care and love.

PO Box 391
Flagstaff, AZ 86002
United States

Coffee has astounding health benefits, with many studies now considering it a natural superfood. It's also one of the most chemically treated crops in the world. I don’t want to ingest harmful chemicals, and this is why I choose coffee brands like Sapana. As a social worker living with autoimmune disease, it's important to me on a personal, social and environmental level to know where my money goes and what I put into

Sapana Coffee along with our parent company, Elevate Nepal, is headquartered in Flagstaff, AZ, along with one of the best breweries in the state, Historic Brewing. The opportunity to partner with a favorite local business from Northern Arizona to help spread awareness and increase each other's presence across the world is incredible. Historic has been a valuable supporter of Elevate Nepal. They have crafted a special beer two years in a row

Our cold-brewed coffee is simple to craft at home. We recommend using a Mason jar and a sieve. Ingredients  ⅓ cup ground Sapana coffee (medium-coarse grind is best)   Milk or Cream (optional) Instructions In a jar, stir together coffee and 1 1/2 cups cold water. Cover and let rest at room temperature overnight or 12 hours Strain twice through a coffee filter, a fine-mesh sieve or a sieve lined with cheesecloth. In a tall glass

Special thank you to Coffee Expert Chris Rodriguez from Wholesale Origin, a brand dedicated to bringing coffee roasters of all sizes easy access to high quality green coffee. Mezzo Miscelato [12 oz.] Ingredients:1.6 oz Sapana coffee beansFiltered WaterBowl of ice cubesHoney or other sweetener (optional)Milk (optional)Ground Cinnamon (optional)Cacao Powder (optional) Equipment:Pour OverBlenderClear GlassSpoon Step 1: Blender Prep Add 0.2 - 0.5 ounces of honey or other sweetener to the blender. More or less depending on desired sweetness. Step

When it came time to craft a unique coffee bag worthy of the beans inside, it was important to us the design and intricate details of our coffee bag directly ties to the origin of our beans, our mission and the meaning behind Sapana. Featured on our coffee bag is Farmer Surya Prasad Adhikari or “Bua” (meaning dad or father). He was one of the pioneers in farming coffee in Nepal and with

Coffee beers are becoming more common continuing on the upward trend of never-ending craft beer creations. The relationship between coffee and beer feels like a natural fit. Both are aroma driven, require a natural harvest and have a strong overlapping fan base. Who doesn’t love a good cup of coffee or a pint of cold beer? Sometimes both in the same day. Everyday.  Historically coffee was an ingredient in darker beers like a stout