Uganda Ibanda

£7.30£28.50

Origin: Uganda
Process: Semi-Natural
Altitude: 1600 – 2000m
Harvest: June-July
Flavour: Strawberry, buttery, vanilla
SCA score: 84.5

Ibanda is a village in the foothills of the Rwenzori mountains and gives its name to the coffee from the numerous small farms that surround the village and also from further up the hillsides. The farms tend to only be one or two acres in size and our partners have field officers on the ground encouraging best practice such as picking only the fully ripe cherries which improves the end product and gets better prices for the farmers.

These cherries are then sent from Ibanda to the Bugoye washing station where they are graded and sun-dried in polytunnels to to let the cherries mature and develop their full flavour potential. These beans are beautifully fruity with a distinctive aroma.

 

It’s important to order the right grind for the way you make your coffee:

Whole beans – for those with a grinder.

Coarse – for making in a cafetiere, use water just below boiling and leave for four minutes.

Medium – for making in a drip machine.

Fine – for espresso and aeropress.

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