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Uganda Sipi Falls Kaproron Honey
Elderflower, pineapple, blueberry cream
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$23

$11.50

Roasts and ships on Thursday, November 15th

Roasts and ships on Thursday, November 15th

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About This Coffee
Mt. Elgon climbs toward the sky one plateau at a time, culminating in peaks that puncture the airspace of two countries: Uganda and Kenya. The former is one of the world’s largest coffee producers, not known for quality, and the latter, a paragon in the specialty world. But reputations, like geologic wonders, change. Years ago, Uganda’s Sipi Falls became the first certified organic wet mill on the entire continent. Now, their team of farmers, eight-thousand members strong, has captured the land’s potential by planting Kenyan cultivars and honey processing the cherry. The result is this coffee, as striking as Elgon’s own Olympian silhouette.
Notes
  • Our coffees go through a rigorous selection and quality-testing process, and we only share the coffees that have most captured our imaginations.
  • Each bag of Uganda Sipi Falls Kaproron Honey whole beans is shipped to you within 24 hours of roasting from our Oakland roastery.
  • Certified Organic by CCOF
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Coffee Details

Producer

Sippi Falls Wet Mill

Region

Sipi Falls

Varietal

SL-28

Processing

Honey process

Mt. Elgon climbs toward the sky one plateau at a time, culminating in peaks that puncture the airspace of two countries: Uganda and Kenya. The former is one of the world’s largest coffee producers, not known for quality, and the latter, a paragon in the specialty world. But reputations, like geologic wonders, change. Years ago, Uganda’s Sipi Falls became the first certified organic wet mill on the entire continent. Now, their team of farmers, eight-thousand members strong, has captured the land’s potential by planting Kenyan cultivars and honey processing the cherry. The result is this coffee, as striking as Elgon’s own Olympian silhouette.
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