If you would like more than 8 samples, please contact a trader directly.
Only one stretch of land produces Arabica in the Ugandan region called the Rwenzori Range. This area primarily produces Drugar, or “Dried Ugandan Arabica,” a commodity coffee. In late 2014, Crop to Cup began working with Kika Cooperative here to produce a premium Drugar. Under the leadership of a premium group of farmers within their cooperative, Kika Cooperative built raised drying beds and brought bins to float berries. The 2015 Harvest will reflect the improvements in quality from the work Kika Cooperative puts into their coffee. In early 2015, Crop to Cup also started working with Bukonzo Organics, a group of women who produce specialty washed Arabica coffee in the Rwenzori Range. They have built a network of 12 micro-washing stations and take immense pride in their work, especially their washing process, which sets them apart from their neighbors.