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Bukonzo Dream (Filter)

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Tasting notes

Strawberry, Baked Apple and Nutmeg

Roasting days
Sun Wed Fri

Region
Kagando
Origin
Uganda
Producer
KARUDEC

Working for a Rural Development centre in Kagando known as KARUDEC. Jonny and James were exposed to supporting individual farms in their traditional farming practises. This focus on the individual highlighted the important of the bigger-picture- potential for Johnny and James so they set their sights to work and support entire communities of farmers maximising the positive impact that he could bring to the Rwenzoris. A consistent problem presented itself for farmers based in the Rwenzoris. They had coffee, but no access to basic harvesting or processing facilities. This coupled with traders offering often unfair prices for their crops in a quick cash grab. Set the scene for a positive actor to enter the region and transform coffee. This opportunity for Johnny and James to work alongside farmers was exactly what he was looking for. Offering an outlet for farmers to sell their unprocessed coffee, take ownership of the quality control and together improve the reputation of the coffee produced in the Rwenzori. They guaranteed a fair market price and their long-term presence attracted international attention from buyers around the world. Rwenzori coffee had been reinstated on the global coffee map.

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Details

Roast Level

Light

Type

Single Origin

Process

Natural

Altitude

1550m - 1800m

Variety

SL-28, SL-14

Brew methods

AeroPress
Pour over

Roaster

Full Court Press

Bristol

Full Court Press describes a defensive tactic used in basketball. It’s a no-compromise, all-out approach. This ties into how we approach the quality of coffee we serve and the service we give. No compromise.

For us honesty is key. We aim to be both clear and transparent about the drinks we serve and the way we serve them. With every cup, we highlight the unique flavours that showcase not only the terroir but the effect of every step along the production chain, from picking to brewing. It is through this open attitude that we feel we can best highlight the work of everyone involved in coffee production.

We aim to be both clear and transparent about the drinks we serve and the way we serve them. With every cup, we highlight the unique flavours that showcase not only the terroir but the effect of every step along the production chain, from picking to brewing. It is through this open attitude that we feel we can best highlight the work of everyone involved in coffee production.

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