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Bugishu Uganda coffee

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This Coffea arabica coffee plant varietal (Coffea arabica var. bugishu) is grown in northeast Uganda near Sipi Falls. Bugishu coffee is distinguished by its clean flavor and distinctive aroma. Some of the best Bugishu (or Bugisu) grows on Uganda's Mt. Elgon. A good brewed cup of Bugishu coffee exhibits the desirably winey acidity of a fine East African coffee. However, the lower complexity and lighter body of Uganda Coffee makes it generally less distinguished than the finer coffees of Zimbabwe, Tanzania, or Kenya.

Region: Uganda (Bugisu) 

Growing Altitude: 1,300 - 2,200 meters 

Variety: Arabica (Typica, SL 14, SL 28, Kent) 

Harvest Period: October - February 

Milling Process: Fully Washed 

Aroma: Woodsy, Orange Zest 

Flavour: Orange, Fruity, Pekoe Tea 

Body: Smooth 

Acidity: Winey

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