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Uganda Rwenzori Mountains

This natural processed Ugandan coffee hails from Western Uganda and is grown on the slopes of the Rwenzori Mountains. It produces bright, sweet espressos with a gummy mouth-feel, like chewy sweets and notes of spicy biscuits and subtle black cherry. As a milk-based drink it present notes of banana cream pie and nougat. As a filter we recommend an V60 as it brews a delicate, light bodied V60 with the gummy sweetness and bright acidity delivering flavour notes of cola and green apple.

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UGANDA

Region: Rwenzori Mountains

Altitude: 1300-1550 MASL

Harvest: June – July

NOTES

Roast Scale: 

Varietal: SL-14 & SL-28

Process: Natural

Quality Score: 85

 

SUGGESTED

ESPRESSO RECIPE

Dose: 20g

Time: 25 sec

Yield: 48g

Suggested: Flat White

SUGGESTED

FILTER METHOD

Suggested Brew: V60

Dose: 18g

Time: 3:45min

Water: 300g/ 91°C

Bloom: 60g for 30 sec

UGANDA

Region: Western

Altitude: 1300-1550 MASL

Harvest: June – July

NOTES

Roast Scale: 

Varietal: SL-14 & SL-28

Process: Natural

Quality Score: 85

 

SUGGESTED

ESPRESSO RECIPE

Dose: 19.5g

Time: 25 sec

Yield: 43g

Suggested: Flat White

SUGGESTED

FILTER METHOD

Suggested Brew: V60

Dose: 18g

Time: 3:45min

Water: 300g/ 91°C

Bloom: 60g for 30 sec

Farm Info

This coffee from Western Uganda is grown by small hold farmers with a full chain of traceability from farmer to consumer. The Great Lakes Coffee Co-op is owned by 3rd generation coffee producers, who have farmed & produced coffee for a number of years. They have a history of producing good quality coffees purchased at sustainable prices, enabling farmers to better their farming practices and in turn produce consistently better coffees.

We have had the privilege of meeting Andreas, who currently manages the GLC & look forward to continuing our relationship with them.

Pictures credited to GLC

 

We love brewing this coffee as…

A Flat White

Beethoven Coffee Co

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info@beethovencoffee.co.za

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