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Uganda Kanyenze Floated Drugar

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$447.11 each
$3.38 / lb
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New Jersey
October (main), April (fly)
Nyasaland. SL14, SL28
Kisinga washing station
Kanyenze Peoples Cooperative
Kasese, Rwenzori

Hoppy, grapefruit, winey, tanic ferment. Drugar stands for DRied UGandan ARabica and refers to natural which come from Uganda's Rwenzori region, on the border with Rwanda and Congo. Historically these coffees have not been treated as specialty, but over the past few years we have been coaxing quality practices with partners near Kasese and Fort Portal, and are happy with the progress and potential of this bean.

Uganda Kanyenze Floated Drugar


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AromaAcidityBodyFlavor SweetnessBalanceAftertasteCleanlinessUniformity
8.13 8.5 8 8.38 9.5 7.88 8.13 9 9

Aroma Tags:  sweet plum blueberry cereal blackberry bomb peach nutty fruit bread

Flavor Tags:  blueberries chocolate covered cherries plum maple oatmeal caramel complex passion fruit peach

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Overall Impression: 8.13

Bright and fruity, This coffee has pronounced notes of peach. It also has excellent sweetness.
by Kyle
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Dear Friend and Colleagues, We have launched a petition against the Anti-Homosexuality Bill introduced into the Parliament of Uganda on October 14, 2009.  For years we have been disheartened and offended by the homophobic statements and actions by the Ugandan government and even its media, and, now thanks to a radical MP, a bill that would clearly violate basic human rights has been introduced and is gaining support. The petition's website link is pasted below, and you can learn more ...
So we're nearing the end of our trip here in Uganda.   We've been all over the coffee farms, coffee shops, washing stations, processing factories, savannas and deserts - from Kampala to Jinja to Mbale to Karamoja to Kidepo.  Tomorrow we cap off the trip with an all day bonanza at the Uganda Barista Championship.  Many of our friends are competing and we'll be there to cheer them on. Best of all, we're happy to report that - before the picking season is even finished - we've ...
by Alexis and Neil. Hello from Uganda! The whole Crop to Cup crew is now in tow in Mbale, with Alexis and Neil now officially known as Muzungus. We are following the energetic lead of Taylor and Jake, who are practically locals here and are ear-to-ear smiles being back on UG soil. Over the past few days, we’ve had fruitful meetings in Kampala with EAFCA (East African Fine Coffee Association) and LEAD (Livelihoods and Enterprises for Agricultural Development Program). Kampala is a bustling cap...
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