Uganda Kapchorwa, Mount Elgon

Uganda Kapchorwa, Mount Elgon

£6.95£23.90

Tasting Notes:  A slight spice, grapefruit acidity, a good body for an African coffee. Light, earthy and even woody flavours resulting in a full, deep, strong coffee.

Roast/Strength: ooooO

Brew Recipe:  Espresso: 16-18g coffee for a 40ml shot, extracted in 26 – 29 seconds / Filter: 65-70g coffee per litre of water, brewed for 3-4 mins

Rest Time: Filter 4 days | Espresso 7 days from roast date, This coffee may be rested prior to dispatch.

Roast Days: Orders are roasted and despatched Monday to Wednesday. All orders placed after 10am on Wednesday will be roasted and despatched the following week.

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Description

Origin: Uganda
Region: Kapchorwa
Producer: Small Farm Holders from Kapchorwa
Crop: 2020
Altitude: 1650 – 2200m
Varietal: SL14, SL34, KP423, Nyasaland, & BugisuGrade: A
Processing: Washed
Harvest: October – January
Shade Grown: 100% natural shade canopy
Roasters Notes: Roasted light/medium exposing acidity whilst retaining some depth and balance.Tasting Notes:  A slight spice, grapefruit acidity, a good body for an African coffee. Light, earthy and even woody flavours, but in a good way.

 

This Uganda coffee is grown by a group of small farm holders on Mount Elgon within the Kapchorwa district on the eastern border of neighbouring Kenya. It is a high grown lot of washed, 100% shade canopy, mixed varietal arabica coffee.

The farmers share access to a wealth of growing and processing resources including four greenhouses, an arabica nursery for adolescent saplings, and a washing station with eco-pulping capabilities. Banana trees grow alongside the coffee contributing to the 100% natural shade canopy. Almost a thousand individual farmers contribute to the overall lot. Each manages their own 1.0 hectare farm and is responsible for the production of about 1,000 arabica trees. While the majority of the nation’s arabica is grown here on the slopes of Mt. Elgon, the Kibale Forest on the country’s western border supports a substantial growth of native robusta.

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