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Raisin, Molasses, Black Cherry, Hazelnut, Jasmine, Starfruit, Cedar, Sun Dried Tomatoes, Plum, Cocoa Powder, Butter
Coffee Origin: Bulaago Bugisu, Africa
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Bulaago is a village in Buzabiti District, a part of the larger Bugisu region -where Uganda’s most sought-after washed Arabica coffees hail from. Those who know Bugisu coffee well know that Bulaago farmers produce some of the best quality on the mountain. For this reason, farmers are never short of a reliable market. However, they lack the recognition and reward that would allow them to truly benefit from their coffee.
The Bulaago Project builds a system through which farmers receive higher compensation and support (from Crop to Cup and local agricultural partners) in exchange for taking the extra steps to produce top-lot, high scoring specialty grade coffee.
The Bugisu is an Arabica Typica coffee grown at altitudes above 1,400 meters on the slopes of Mount Elgon in eastern Uganda on the Uganda / Kenya border. Mount Elgon is an enormous conical volcano which in its time was much larger than Africa's highest peak, Kilimanjaro. It is much older and has weathered into a flattened peak with rich volcanic soils which help form this great coffee.
Flag description: six equal horizontal bands of black (top), yellow, red, black, yellow, and red; a white disk is superimposed at the center and depicts a grey crowned crane (the national symbol) facing the hoist side; black symbolizes the African people, yellow sunshine and vitality, red African brotherhood; the crane was the military badge of Ugandan soldiers under the UK.
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