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Coffee Origin: Zambia, Mazabuka District, Africa
Coffee Certification: UTZ Certified
Elegant, Bright, Citrus, Full Body, Rounded. Yield a cup that is a delight on its own and that blends Harmoniously with other coffees.
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Lovingly grown under warm African skies, on ancient lands fed by clear Zambian waters, this is an exquisite coffee in the highest tradition of African Arabica.
With an elegant, bright, citrus-like acidity and excellent, tightly knit body, it yields a cup that is a delight on its own and that mixes harmoniously with other coffees to add the lift that is the hallmark of top-quality blends.
This rare coffee is grown at 3,650 feet above sea level on 60 hectares of land and is of consistently outstanding quality. Achieving this traditional excellence in the cup is the result of constant and painstaking efforts on the part of Africans committed to coffee quality.
Munali Coffee is now produced on a family farm named « Mubuyu » on this fertile plateau at the foot of the historic mountain pass. The coffee is UTZ Certified Arabica, which means that the local community benefits from rigorous ethical farming practices under an internationally recognized set of criteria.
Willem Lublinkhof, the founding director of Mubuyu came to Zambia 40 years ago with the Dutch development service. He quickly fell in love with the country and its people. After having met his future wife Meta from Denmark they settled at the foot of the Munali pass where their passion for farming grew more and more. It was in 1971 when they first commenced farming with wheat, soya and other crops on Mubuyu.
Then, over a decade ago, the Lublinkhof family decided to start farming with coffee. The estate also comprises a flour mill operating 24 hours a day, several irrigation dams, housing for workers, a school, a clinic and even a football team.
SL- 28 Cultivar: The Burbon mean is fairly rounded and of a bluish-green color it is harvested by hand during the dry season April- September, near the Kafue River (shadow of the famous Blue Munali Hills). Fully wet processed, fermented, and sun dried on raised beds. UTZ certified Arabica: which means that the local community benefits from ethical farming rare coffee, grown at 1108 meters on 550 Hectares. The Estate has a unique drip-irrigation system OHS (open faced hydroponic). Nutrition is only added when the plant requires it, that makes the OHS system very efficient. They then apply micro-nutrients which boost the aroma of the coffee.
Flag description: The flag was adopted upon independence on October 24, 1964. Green stands for the nation's lush flora, red for the nation's struggle for freedom, black for the Zambian people, and orange for the land's natural resources and mineral wealth, fish eagle represents the Zambian people's ability to rise above the nation's problems.
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