Kibinge Coffee | The Best Robusta Producers In Uganda 2024
Kibinge Coffee Farmers’ Co-operative Society was founded in 1995 as a private company limited by
guarantee and in 2009, the organization was converted into a registered co-operative society with the view of generating income to sustain member farmers and the organization itself. Kibinge Coffee became fair-trade certified in 2011 and a registered coffee exporter in Uganda in 2012. The organization mainly handles fair-trade certified coffee.
Over 2,500 farmers producing superb award-winning Ugandan Fairtrade Fine Robusta coffee from the hills of Kibinge: coffee that is changing lives in Uganda!
Kibinge Coffee is proud of its complete coffee value chain. “Seed to Cup“
Are you curious about the entire coffee Value Chain?!
The structure of the value chain is very similar to producing as well as consuming countries. The coffee value chain comprises four main phases: cultivation from the coffee fields, processing at factories, roasting after sorting and grading into different screen sizes, and consumption by the final consumers.
Generally, in the supply chain, we have growers(Local farmers at the household level), processors, intermediaries, exporters, suppliers, roasters, retailers, and consumers. In some cases, not all of these parties are involved, with more direct relations taking place between growers and roasters.
Kibinge Coffee Complete Value Chain
Discover more about coffee tasting.
JimJam Safaris & Tours will take you to Kibinge Coffee for the amazing coffee value chain Experience.(Seed to Cup). You will conduct cupping, coffee tasting, and brewing sessions.
Coffee cupping, or coffee tasting, is the practice of observing the tastes and aromas of brewed coffee. It is a professional practice but can be done informally by anyone or by professionals known as “Q Graders”.
If you’re just exploring how to truly taste your coffee, it’s worth learning these four important steps: smell, slurp, locate, and describe.
How do you do coffee tasting?
Always smell a coffee before you taste it. Your tongue distinguishes only four tastes: salty, sweet, bitter, and sour—but your nose can detect thousands of smells. Cup your hand over the coffee, hold the cup close to your nose, and inhale. When tasting a coffee, it’s important to slurp it.
If you are a java junkie and can tell your Italian Roast from your Colombian Supreme, a career as a Coffee Taster might just be your calling.
How to book a coffee safari Experience in Uganda?
- Step 1: Where to Go and What to See
- Step 2: Consider Travelers and Preferences
- Step 3: Choose Your Destination
- Step 4: Choose When to Go
- Step 4: Set Your Budget
- Step 5: Choose your travel provider/safari company
- Step 6: Book Your Flights & Get Ready
- Step 7: Keep Communication with your booked company
- Step 8: Do not pack everything.