Uganda FW - White Nile Organic

Chocolate, raisin, pear
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WarehouseThe Annex CA
Lot #PC07352#1
ETA Spot
Bag Weight 60 kg
This is an FW Grade Organic White Nile Coffee from the Nebbi and Zombo harvest areas in northwest Uganda. Growing altitude for this lot ranges from 1,450 to 1800 masl and varieties include 70% SL14 and 30% Catimor. After harvest, cherries are floated before pulping to ensure separation of unripe cherries. Coffees are then washed and sundried in parchment for 1 hour on patios before moving to raised beds for an additional 2 weeks of drying. Finally, the coffee undergoes 36-48 hours of rotational drying to reach appropriate moisture levels for export. The White Nile mills also feature use of volcanic stone waste water treatments to clean and recycle their waste water.

Since independence in 1962, Uganda has started to attain its vast potential. A landlocked country in East Africa, Uganda consists of a Savannah plateau covered by mountains and lakes – including part of Lake Victoria from which the Nile flows north-wards to Sudan. The climate is mostly warm and humid. The majority of people live in the southern half of the country. Uganda has substantial natural resources, including fertile soils, regular rainfall, and sizable mineral deposits of copper and cobalt. Agriculture is the most important sector of the economy, employing over 80% of the work force. Coffee accounts for the bulk of export revenues, followed by cotton and tea.

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Status Spot
Warehouse The Annex CA
Subregion Nyagak - Paidha < Nebbi and Zombo Districts < West Nile Region < Northern Uganda
Wet Mill Nebbi Wet Mill
Processing Washed
Processing Description Cherries float sorted before pulping. Sun dried on patio and raised beds before rotational drying.
Bag Type Grain Pro / Ecotact
Coffee Grade FW
Growing Altitude 1450-1750m
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