Single Origin Ugandan


Location Upper Bukyabo, Uganda
Altitude 1800-2200 masl
SL14, SL28 & Nyasaland
Process Washed
Owner/Farm Zebigi - Women's Empowerment
Tastes White flowers, Darjeeling tea, lemon, mixed berries with cocoa nibs finish, delicate


Single Origin; a coffee chosen for it's unique characteristics, and stands out from the crowd just as it is. 

As part of a series to highlight the work done by the Coffee Gardens this lot is dedicated to Women's Empowerment. At The Coffee Gardens they promote equal opportunity and provide jobs to their staff on a merit base with 52 % of their staff being women, 21% of their farmers and 66% of their savings group are women. 

 The Coffee Gardens was established in 2017 with the goal of producing incredible specialty coffee in an ethical way, offering a transparent and direct link between coffee farmers and coffee consumers. At the start of the 2022 season they dismantled their old washing station and rebuilt it a new site to be bale to expand their capacity and produce more coffee.

 The Coffee Gardens Project has been established with many purposes, such as to improve farmers income and livelihoods, create and provide rural employment, promote gender equality, increase transparency and traceability throughout the supply chain, promote and work on environmental protection in the area and provide farmer training in Good Agricultural Practises (GAP).

 The Coffee Gardens also incentivise and reward farmers through a number of different monetary and non-monetary ways. These include post-season bonuses, additional income-generating and employment opportunities, tree distribution and a range of all-year-round training programs. The Coffee Gardens is transparent with their partner farmers about buying policy and prices, providing each registered farmer with a contract and a buying-record book, communicating any price changes via SMS to registered farmers, and providing receipts for every transaction.

 The coffee in this micro-lot is produced by the farmers on the mountain above The Coffee Gardens’ washing station. The farmers bring the coffee cherries down to the processing station themselves, earning extra income.

Source: Falcon speciality


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