From the Sipi Falls Coffee Project, we have sourced another outstanding coffee from Uganda! The cup is filled with deep brown sugar flavors accentuate the cup with plum like notes rounding out the finish. A delightful balanced and smooth finish. The coffee’s array of flavors has peaked our interest, as well as the growing practices happening in Sipi Falls Uganda. At high elevations near Mount Elgon, farmers cultivate Blue Mountain and Bourbon coffee trees using organic growing practices qualifying their coffee for Organic and Rain Forest Alliance certifications. Established in 1999, the Sipi Falls Coffee Project has organized family-owned farms in the Bugisu region to strengthen coffee quality and sustainable incomes for farmers. The Sipi Falls Coffee Project has helped farmers improve agronomic practices for both higher quantity and higher quality yield, providing training, access to young trees, and extension services. And, extensive use of intercropping provides both shade and natural compost for the coffee trees as well as food for the farmers and their families.