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Flavour: Figs, caramelised biscuits, treacle toffee
Country: Uganda
Region: Mount Elgon, Bugisu
Process: Washed
Varietal: SL-14, KP-423, Nyasaland (local varietal)
Altitude: 1800 – 2200masl
Soil: Clay loam (volcanic)
Harvest: October to March

Kikobero’s a real treat, giving you all the flavours of biscuits, figs and treacle – making it a perfect after-dinner brew. There’s always room for dessert, isn’t there?

Origin
Growing happily under indigenous shaded trees, this Ugandan coffee also shares its wonderful terroir with some friendly banana trees on the slopes of the magnificent Mount Elgon, which is packed with nutrient-dense volcanic soil. The coffee grows gradually with a little help from high altitudes and a humid gentle breeze.

Mount Elgon sits on the country’s eastern border, right next to its sibling country, Kenya. At 24million years old, it’s believed to be East Africa’s oldest volcano.

Washed process
Cherries are picked and placed in a floatation tank to select the ripe ones before discarding the rest. They’re then pulped and placed into fermentation tanks for 48 hours. The washed coffee is then placed on trays, distributed very evenly on a raised platform, where they’re hand-sorted by eradicating any sad-looking beans that may have sneaked their way out of the pulping machine. After sorting, these little gems are transported to be dried for a minimum of seven days, or until the desired moisture content is reached.

Nab a bag of this while you can, as Ugandan coffee is looking pretty spectacular in the specialty coffee industry, and it’s now being used in world-famous coffee competitions.

Delivery & Returns

UK ORDERS UNDER £30
Royal Mail Postage 24 Tracked (next day on all orders made before 2:30pm) – £2.99
Royal Mail Postage 48 Tracked (two working days on all orders made before 2:30pm) – £1.99

UK ORDERS £30 TO £99
Royal Mail Postage 24 Tracked (next day on all orders made before 2:30pm) – Free

UK ORDERS OVER £100
Parcelforce Tracked (within two working days) – Free

ORDERS OUTSIDE OF THE UK
We currently do not offer international delivery at our checkout, but if you would likeus to send you a bespoke postage quote for your country of choice, email us at hello@colture.com.

RETURNS
Our returns policy lasts 30 days and applies to all brewing equipment and accessories. We cannot accept returns on coffee beans unless these are damaged in transport, or the wrong coffee was sent to you. We can’t offer a refund or exchange after these returns windows have elapsed. To be eligible for a return, your item must be unopened and unused and in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in the original packaging. If you plan to return coffee equipment or accessories, please do not send your purchase back to the manufacturer.

If your return is valued over £30, you should consider using a trackable postage service, as we can’t guarantee that we’ll receive your returned item. You will be responsible for paying for your own shipping costs for returning your item, unless you receive either damaged or faulty items, or we sent you the wrong products in error, in which case we will reimburse your postage costs. In all other circumstances, shipping costs are non-refundable.

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Kikobero - Washed (250g)

£9.00+ £1.99 UK delivery

Product ID: colture-1073

Delivery by Monday 30th November via Royal Mail Tracked 24 if you order within .

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Details

Flavour: Figs, caramelised biscuits, treacle toffee
Country: Uganda
Region: Mount Elgon, Bugisu
Process: Washed
Varietal: SL-14, KP-423, Nyasaland (local varietal)
Altitude: 1800 – 2200masl
Soil: Clay loam (volcanic)
Harvest: October to March

Kikobero’s a real treat, giving you all the flavours of biscuits, figs and treacle – making it a perfect after-dinner brew. There’s always room for dessert, isn’t there?

Origin
Growing happily under indigenous shaded trees, this Ugandan coffee also shares its wonderful terroir with some friendly banana trees on the slopes of the magnificent Mount Elgon, which is packed with nutrient-dense volcanic soil. The coffee grows gradually with a little help from high altitudes and a humid gentle breeze.

Mount Elgon sits on the country’s eastern border, right next to its sibling country, Kenya. At 24million years old, it’s believed to be East Africa’s oldest volcano.

Washed process
Cherries are picked and placed in a floatation tank to select the ripe ones before discarding the rest. They’re then pulped and placed into fermentation tanks for 48 hours. The washed coffee is then placed on trays, distributed very evenly on a raised platform, where they’re hand-sorted by eradicating any sad-looking beans that may have sneaked their way out of the pulping machine. After sorting, these little gems are transported to be dried for a minimum of seven days, or until the desired moisture content is reached.

Nab a bag of this while you can, as Ugandan coffee is looking pretty spectacular in the specialty coffee industry, and it’s now being used in world-famous coffee competitions.

Delivery & Returns

UK ORDERS UNDER £30
Royal Mail Postage 24 Tracked (next day on all orders made before 2:30pm) – £2.99
Royal Mail Postage 48 Tracked (two working days on all orders made before 2:30pm) – £1.99

UK ORDERS £30 TO £99
Royal Mail Postage 24 Tracked (next day on all orders made before 2:30pm) – Free

UK ORDERS OVER £100
Parcelforce Tracked (within two working days) – Free

ORDERS OUTSIDE OF THE UK
We currently do not offer international delivery at our checkout, but if you would likeus to send you a bespoke postage quote for your country of choice, email us at hello@colture.com.

RETURNS
Our returns policy lasts 30 days and applies to all brewing equipment and accessories. We cannot accept returns on coffee beans unless these are damaged in transport, or the wrong coffee was sent to you. We can’t offer a refund or exchange after these returns windows have elapsed. To be eligible for a return, your item must be unopened and unused and in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in the original packaging. If you plan to return coffee equipment or accessories, please do not send your purchase back to the manufacturer.

If your return is valued over £30, you should consider using a trackable postage service, as we can’t guarantee that we’ll receive your returned item. You will be responsible for paying for your own shipping costs for returning your item, unless you receive either damaged or faulty items, or we sent you the wrong products in error, in which case we will reimburse your postage costs. In all other circumstances, shipping costs are non-refundable.