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Coffee from Uganda
Ugandan coffee one of the finest natural coffees…
Winston Churchill once dubbed Uganda the ‘pearl of Africa’ due to its fascinating culture, exotic wildlife breathtaking scenery, and natural wonders. Its snow-peaked mountains, clear glassy lakes and dense forest ranges where mountain gorillas are all the rage for most adventure-seeking tourists. If you are traveling to Uganda for the first time, you may be hard-pressed to decide which places are best to explore, but here’s a good place to start: Explore Uganda’s most desired travel destinations.
Uganda is home to the Rwenzori Mountains, also known as “Mountains of the Moon” a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
This region around the equator is endowed with mild temperatures and plenty of rain—the optimal climate for growing coffee. Because of the lush vegetation, farmers don’t have to plant any additional trees to provide shade for their coffee trees. Moreover, coffee-growing conditions in Uganda are so ideal that agricultural chemicals in cultivation are rarely needed for growing uganda coffee.
Uganda is the world’s eighth exporter of Robusta and Arabica coffee. There are 1.5million households engaged in coffee production.
The equatorial snow peaks include the third highest point in Africa. The lower slopes are blanketed in moorland, bamboo, and rich, moist montane forest. Uganda’s national park hosts 70 mammals and 217 bird species. They include 19 Albertine Rift endemics, as well as some of the world’s rarest vegetation.