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Carico Café Connoisseur

Carico Café Connoisseur

Johannesburg, South Africa

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  • Founded: 2016

CARICO is a farmer-led coffee company selling online and in stores. We can show the coffee from farms through to shops all the way.

  • Values
    • Community

      We support the communities who grow the coffees we sell. We have provided clean drinking water, for the first time ever, to the 500 pupils of our local primary school, Makuyu Primary School in Budadiri, on the slopes of Mount Elgon in eastern Uganda.

Photos

  • Coffee seedling

    Coffee seedling

    Budadiri, Uganda

  • Mika Wamulugwa is very proud of his old Bentall coffee pulping machine. He's used it for over 50 years and won't trade it in for a new one. He's one of the farmers we partner with.ç

    Mika Wamulugwa is very proud of his old Bentall coffee pulping machine. He's used it for over 50 years and won't trade it in for a new one. He's one of the f...

    Budadiri, Uganda

  • Flower on the coffee plant at Rwamulindwa Farm. The flower shoot and the fruit set of the coffee flower, the fragrance, shape and colour of which are reminiscent of jasmine, give some indication of the possible quantity of the expected coffee crop.

    Flower on the coffee plant at Rwamulindwa Farm. The flower shoot and the fruit set of the coffee flower, the fragrance, shape and colour of which are reminis...

    Kitoba, Uganda

  • We are proud to announce that we will partner with Rwamulindwa Farm in Kitoba in Uganda to bring you more excellent coffees. The early arabica season has just started

    We are proud to announce that we will partner with Rwamulindwa Farm in Kitoba in Uganda to bring you more excellent coffees. The early arabica season has jus...

    Kitoba, Uganda

  • Coffee cherries drying on racks in the sun at Rwamulindwa Farm in Kitoba in Uganda

    Coffee cherries drying on racks in the sun at Rwamulindwa Farm in Kitoba in Uganda

    Kitoba, Uganda

  • The early arabica crop has started at Rwamulindwa. The farmers looked so serious in this photo that we gave them a retro look. What do you think?

    The early arabica crop has started at Rwamulindwa. The farmers looked so serious in this photo that we gave them a retro look. What do you think?

    Kitoba, Uganda

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