Uganda Sipi Falls - African Microlot Medium Roast


12 oz12 oz5 lb5 lb


This African Microlot is prepared through a special honey process.

It’s medium roast is heavy chocolate with a rich and sweet body.

We serve whole bean coffee for maximum quality and freshness.

Tasting Notes

This cup showcases flavors of heavy chocolate with a rich body.


This Zambian anaerobic fermentation coffee comes from the NCCL Estate, located in the Kasama region of Zambia. With farms on elevations between 1300 and 1600 MASL, this region is ideal for high-quality coffee. Along with efforts to continuously improve quality, NCCL is dedicated to the future of coffee growing in the region through a wide variety of social and economic initiatives. The processing is double picked, undergoes 24 hours of closed steel tank fermentation and sun-dried on raised beds.

This Estate has been known in their area for Building New Schools, providing housing for migrant workers, paying a higher premium to growers, funding local medication dispensaries, and promoting gender equality and specialized training.


“The Sipi Falls Wash station gets its name from the iconic triple waterfall nearby, flowing down the steep base of the volcano Mt Elgon. It is a beacon of light in a war-torn area, created with the goal of mentoring field officers in aspects of climate change, tree inventory, agricultural practices, and understanding their internal control systems of operations. This wash station focuses on highlighting the specific micro-climate of that area and it’s impact on the coffee flavor.

Cafe Kreyol’s partner, Homage Coffee Source, is utilizing the processing station’s abilities, and combining it with small producer microlots from the surrounding area, to bring higher income to the exceptional coffee farmers of Uganda. “


We believe farmers should get paid based on the quality of their product and we practice this belief by paying up to 300% higher wages than what Fair Trade requires.

This Direct Trade system, that is now the backbone of Cafe Kreyol, believes that quality and sustainability are parallel.

Our story continues as we work to alleviate poverty in rural coffee growing regions, one cup at a time.

Joseph Stazzone


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