*Recommended for Espresso
An exotic fruity natural that some will absolutely love. The flavour diversity of this cup is astonishing to most and very attuned to roast level.
Uganda coffee, in general, is very smooth and clean African coffees, less spicy and herbal than many of their neighbours. The crop is grown on the slopes of Elgon mountain range in three distinct areas, namely the Mbale, Sironko, and Kapchorwa Districts, and is thus found at varying altitudes, ranging from 1,400 metres in the south, climbing up to 1900 metres in the Central and Nothern Districts. The Mt. Elgon crop is intercropped alongside other crops on the 'Kabanjja'. The are of the kabanjja under cultivation for Arabica averages 0.36 hectares, with an average yield of approximately 600 kg per hectare. Apart from coffee, the region is also known for maize and vegetables.