About us

We are a single origin, Kikobero speciality Arabica coffee producers comprised of smallholder farms registered under our brand name Kikobero Coffee Company (KCC) and approved among speciality coffee producers in Uganda by the Uganda Coffee Development Authority (UCDA), the governing and regulating Authority under the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries (MAAIF).

Our geographical identity with a combination of fertile volcanic soils and a high altitude of between 1900 to 2300m above sea level guarantees and puts our superior production way above all other productions in Uganda.

Our coffee is named Kikobero speciality coffee after a series of consistent quality productions that have been globally tasted and proven by multiple coffee cup tasters, roasters and buyers including our very own coffee development authority- UCDA. The name Kikobero represents our skilling, mentoring and production village situated in Masira subcounty, Bulambuli district in Eastern Uganda.

Who we are

Vision Statement

We want to become the best producers of speciality coffee in Uganda, Africa and the world at large

Mission Statement

We want to touch and positively transform the lives of our people through coffee; our number 1 God given source of income.

Core Values

  • Excellency
  • Honesty
  • Love
  • Transparency and Accountability
  • Commitment and determination

Our History

Kikobero Coffee Company was bathed from the agricultural wing of Wakeup Ministries Uganda in 2012 as a more sustainable way to eradicate disease, poverty and ignorance that were affecting the farming communities. The company since then embarked on a journey to capacity building of farmers, value addition, marketing and attraction of premium coffee prices hence enabling the community to access better shelter, food, medical and educational services. This journey has since created numerous job opportunities to both women and the young generation along the value chain hence enabling them to provide for their families and personal needs.

Through this intervention, our smallholder coffee communities have been able to access quality education, better health services, infrastructural development, access to information, exposure to the rest of the world, skills and financial literacy training among others.