About Uganda Coffee & Roaster’s Guide
Arabica coffee initially goes through wet processing, which involves pulping (removal of pulp and mucilage) and washing the coffee beans. Pulping is the removal of the outer skin of the harvested red coffee berries. After pulping the mucilage around the bean is removed by use of water. The coffee beans are washed in a sisal made basket known as a washing basket.
The Kibale Wild Coffee Project, an initiative that involved international organizations such as the World Bank and United States Agency for International Development, aimed to implement sustainable harvest of coffee from Uganda’s natural reserves and guarantee compensation for all workers involved in the harvest. Revenue from the coffee production was intended to finance conservation management activities.
Uganda Fine Coffee
Uganda is one of the few countries in the world with indigenous coffee, with Robusta coffee growing in the low land and Arabica growing in high land areas of Mt Rwenzori, Mt Elgon and West Nile etc.
Hanging Wall baskets are imported from Uganda, 100% Natural Material, and completely woven by the hands of skillful Uganda artisans to ensure high product quality with Rich textures & great color combinations