Sipi Falls

Mount Elgon is a massive peak split nearly in two by the border of Uganda and Kenya.  The "mountain" itself is more an enormous expanse of successive plateaus that float dramatically above the surrounding valley floor.  It is also home to a dense patchwork of farming communities growing some of the best organic coffee in Africa. 

Sipi Falls, named after the mountain's most famous waterfall just down the road, is a centralized wet mill.  Sipi Falls' coffees are rich and delicious, but also capable of surprising florality and mandarin-like sweetness.  

Cupping Notes:  Sweet with heavy body and mild acidity and flavor notes of raisin, honey, toasted wheat and cocoa.  

Roast Level: Full City or Full City Plus

Location: Sipi. Kapchorwa District, Uganda

Altitude:  4900 to 6500 feet above sea level

Varieties: Bourbon: SL14, SL28 and Blue Mountain

Process:  Fully Washed and dried in the sun