It has been two score and several years since we have sourced a coffee from Uganda. This harvest from the Sipi Falls Coffee Project merited our attention. Deep slightly sweet, brown sugar, yam-like flavors fill the base of this cup and a sparkle of citrusy, floral notes round out the finish. Surprising quality has returned. 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. An infusion of capital, improved cultivation techniques and the families’ hard work has resulted in this stunning coffee. We are delighted with this coffee’s array of flavors and even more excited by the growing practices happening in Sipi Falls Uganda. Fifty percent of all certified sustainably grown coffee carries the international UTZ certification. Leading the world in efforts to teach farmers better organic growing practices and cultivation techniques, UTZ certification results in not only safeguarding the environment, securing the earth’s natural resources, but also generates more income for the farmers and their families. This coffee is also carries the Rain Forest Alliance certification.