The Sipi Falls Coffee Project is situated around the Mount Elgon region in Uganda and was founded in 1999. The Project now encompasses over 5,000 smallholder producers and covers over 2,000 hectares of production. Producers continuously work to improve their agronomic practices to generate higher yields and better product preparation. Extensive intercropping gives both shade and vital nutrients for the coffee trees, as well as additional revenue streams for the producers.
Cupping Notes: creamy, vanilla, dark chocolate
Harvest: September - November
Process: washed, dried on raised beds
Altitude: 1,300 to 2,200 meters
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