Uganda’s Arabica coffee grows around the slopes of Mount Elgon. The coffee was introduced to Uganda from Ethiopia and evolved along the slopes of Mount Elgon. Uganda has favorable conditions for growing high-quality products compared to most of the world in terms of soil, weather, and climate. Arabica cultivar Bugishu / Bugisu, (a rare breed of Arabica) is grown near Sipi Falls on the western slopes of Mt. Elgon, one of Uganda’s largest mountains. Ugandan Arabica coffee is known as a premium brew on the world market for its mild to medium berry, chocolaty taste.