Good African Uganda Rukoki Gold Coffee
This looks good when you open it - a funky packet, very modern, yet very "fair trade", nice and granular with a good whiff. In the jar it foams well - you are expecting a good cup from this. And yes, it is good. It looks like hot chocolate and I don't know if this is just the power of suggestion, but it has a choccy taste to it. It different for sure to our recent run of Taylors. Though its leaving ring marks down the side of my cup as it depletes. Is this what it's doing to me too? The "fruity overtones" never happened. Thank God. Judges at 7/10
"This medium to dark roast coffee is exciting, strong, yet smooth with hints of fruity overtones. Rukoki is a region high up on the slopes of the Rwenzori mountains in Western Uganda where the moist, cool climate enables farmers to produce the finest Arabica coffee beans."