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Opposites Espresso Tasting Box

Congo, Uganda

42,00

In this tasting box you’ll find 2 x 500 grams espresso. The Katana is natural processed, and the Zinule is a washed Coffee. They come from the bordering countries Uganda and Congo, that’s why we named this box ‘Opposites’. Katana Summons flavours of dark chocolate, and bursts of sweet cherries and sugarcane. Bringing you a nice balanced espresso. While you can discover flavours of mandarin, blueberry and caramel in our sweet and clean, acidic layered Zinule. A peaceful combination of two outstanding and unique espresso’s together in our latest espresso box!

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Supply chain

  • Katana: REAK Katana – This Side Up – Keen
  • Zinule: Bulambuli – Nordic Approach – Keen

Collaboration

Katana: Get ready for a coffee adventure, because the gem of East Congo is brewing up a storm and it’s still a well-kept secret in the international specialty coffee world. RAEK is more than just a hotshot in the market – they’re a coffee powerhouse, bursting with a state-of-the-art washing station and organic fertilisation methods that would make any green thumb green with envy. Their cupping score? It’s off the charts – we’re talking ridiculously high, people! Despite the rollercoaster of institutional and financial challenges, RAEK has stood strong, thanks to their indomitable spirit and unwavering support system. And we’re on the edge of our seats, eager to see what other surprises the East Congolese specialty coffee scene has brewing for us.

Zinule: Growing at a high altitude and volcanic soil up in the mount Elgon region, east of Uganda, close to the border with Kenya. The farms are managed by family members and are located in parishes, or communities. Each parish acts as the administrative center for 7-12 villages. These villages can be home to as few as 200 people. The farmers often work in groups, with an individual allocated as their leader. Most Ugandan coffees come from different parishes. The coffee trees grow at an uncommon high altitude, up to 2300 masl. Resulting in a complex and nuanced coffee.

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