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UGANDA COFFEE BEANS

Contains hand-roasted single origin specialty coffee beans

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Our Mount Rwenzori coffee from Uganda is a unique and complex coffee with a distinctive fruity character that sets it apart from other coffees. It is a coffee of a bright and citric acidity reminiscent of orange or lemon, with a slight wine-like character. The coffee is grown on protected soils, in the heart of an advantageous microclimate, and under the natural shade of banana trees in the historically known Mountain of the Moon. 

  • FRESHNESS GUARANTEE

    We're committed to delivering a fresh and flavorful coffee experience right to your cup. Our coffees are roasted on demand, ensuring that every bean is at its peak freshness when it reaches you.

  • RESPONSIBILITY

    We're passionate about ethical and responsible practices at every step of the coffee-making process. From sourcing to roasting, our coffees are carefully selected, hand-roasted, and slow-crafted. Our commitment to responsibility is reflected in our packaging, which uses kraft paper with minimal CCP laminate that's aluminium-free. We've gone the extra mile by not using the special PP plastic gas valve found in many other coffee packaging. We're also proud to be CO2 and Plastic Neutral.

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MORE ABOUT THE COFFEE

ORIGIN

Mont Rwenzori,
Mon Cherry

COFFEE roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

Cupping notes

Mango, pineapple, plum

strength

Medium

Our Mount Rwenzori coffee from Uganda is a unique and complex coffee with a distinctive fruity character that sets it apart from other coffees. It is a coffee of a bright and citric acidity reminiscent of orange or lemon, with a slight wine-like character. The coffee is grown on protected soils, in the heart of an advantageous microclimate, and under the natural shade of banana trees in the historically known Mountain of the Moon.

Acidity: High

Altitude: 1500-1800 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: SL 28, SL 14
Process: Natural