There’s no doubt about it, the coffee scene in Uganda is absolutely fierce right now. With a great selection of local roasters and bean suppliers to choose from, cafes have never had it better.There’s an effort put towards creating cafés and take-away kiosks that become...

Eeveryone recognizes a roasted coffee bean, right? But you might not recognize an actual coffee plant. (Of course, from a personal experience, my two-year-old can’t recognize a coffee bean) Coffee trees are pruned short to conserve their energy and aid in harvesting, but can grow to...

Historical accounts suggest that after World War II, there was need for revenue sources to support the British economy, which had suffered as a result of the war. Coffee was introduced in Uganda in 1900 as an arabica estate crop. At independence and throughout the 1960s,...