Our Ugandan Coffee is from a small plantation, owned and operated by the Sabiny Tribe. A tasty cup of our Ugandan coffee will give you the desirable wine-like acidity of a fine East African coffee, yet with a lighter body.
This year’s new crop ia a Delightful Coffee! Rich, smooth, sweet and fruity up front, without the acidity. Wonderful cocoa at the end. Not a bitter bean in the lot. I It offers flavors of cacao, lemon verbena, and green grape. Our Sabiny Tribe Coffee is in limited supply. Order soon, so you don't miss out on this ethnic coffee experience.
REGION: Sipi Falls, Bugisu FARM: Sipi Falls Coffee Project
FARMER: Sabiny Tribe Cooperative VARIETAL: SL 14 + SL 28
ALTITUDE: 1500 - 2500 M PROCESS: Washed ROAST: Medium
The name Sipi Falls originated from a Sabiny word ‘Sep’ which literally means water falling from the mountain. Located in Eastern Uganda, on the slopes of Mt. Elgon, Sipi falls sits a few kilometers away from one of Uganda most breathtaking National Parks, prime territory for growing of Arabica coffee due to its high altitude which goes above 2,000 mbsl, generous soils, and abundance of natural waterfalls and streams. The region is home to Sabiny Tribe who voyaged from Ethiopian highland through the rift valley region in Kenyan and eventually settling at the slope of Mt. Elgon, Uganda.
Ingredients: 100% Rain Forest Alliance Arabica Coffee, Grown in Uganda.
All of our coffee is fresh roasted, when you order, leaving the natural oils and aromas intact and sealed in resealable packaging to ensure maximum freshness. - a premium product sure to please any coffee lover.
We roast different coffees on different days. Please expect to receive your coffee 7 to 10 days after ordering. We ship the next morning after roasting and you will receive it within 3-4 days of it's roast date. If there is a delay, you will be notified.
*Since Coffee is BEST as Freshly Roasted and Freshly Ground before use, we are now offering only Whole Bean Coffee.
Coffee growing was introduced in this region way back in 1920 by the Catholic missionaries. In 1936, the first coffee nursery was established in Sipi Parish just few meters from the current Kawacom Super eco-friendly wet mill. And that marked the beginning of the startling Arabica coffee from this region. Sitting on 8,535 hectares of land 8,847 Ugandan small holder farmers are currently working to produce high quality Arabica Coffee under Kawacom Sustainability scheme.
The Sabiny are very loyal to their cultural norms and believes among others are; celebration during circumcision month, the celebration is quite unique where all boys must undergo circumcision before they are regarded as men in the community, for what they regards as good luck. The circumcision is done by elders in the presence of community members and there after food and drinks are served freely to all members, jubilation and celebration follows the whole day. The event takes place the entire Month of December every even year. Another key celebration is birth of twins where the family and the elders perform rituals to bless the newly born twins for good luck. The rituals dance is completed in the cave, the elders believes it’s the place for talking with their ancestors
Uganda is a landlocked country in East Africa whose diverse landscape encompasses the snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains and immense Lake Victoria. Its abundant wildlife includes chimpanzees as well as rare birds. Remote Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is a renowned mountain gorilla sanctuary. Murchison Falls National Park in the northwest is known for its 43m-tall waterfall and wildlife such as hippos. Uganda borders South Sudan to the north, Kenya to the east, Democratic Republic of the Congo to the west, and Rwanda and Tanzania to the south.
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