Our Mission

To boast the most roasts…..

Our ethos at Mhor is different.

Nobody walks into a bar and just orders “a beer”, they get a choice. But in cafes and restaurants around the globe, coffee is treated as a bit of an unknown. Yet there are so many brilliant artisan roasters out there. A bit like the craft beer movement, we know that product quality and taste matters. And our artisans have some great tastes for you to discover. many of them small batch roasters, all of them very experienced in bringing magnificent coffee right to you.

Every month we will have a different artisan roast available for you to try, drawn from artisans who sell on the platform so, if you like what you taste, you can also order it online for drinking at home.

Our house blend is Aonach Mhor, a blend of medium roasted Central and South American beans which fuses together an apricot acidity with berries, almonds and caramel notes. This is one smooooooth buttery coffee. And it makes the greatest lattes and cappuccinos.

For those that are avoiding caffeine, our No Mhor Caffeine blend is available at all times.

Keep your eye on this page for which artisan blends are coming up in store.

Our Current Artisan Coffee:

Abe & Co, Midnight Flyer

This Ugandan Coffee that we call Midnight Flyer is a fully washed coffee from Bugoye, a recent washing station development with a focus on fully washed lots. The coffee is processed and sourced from around 300-500 farms  – the farm sizes in the Rwenzori mountains are very small! It is therefore almost impossible to get a single farm lot within the region, so farms are grouped into specific areas.”

Uganda lies in the heart of East Africa on the shores of Lake Victoria – straddling the equator and the source of the Nile, Sir Winston Churchill first described Uganda as the ‘Pearl of Africa’, while admiring its “magnificent variety of form and colour, profusion of brilliant life and its vast scale”.

Benefiting from a bi-modal rainfall season and high altitudes, the country has a pleasant climate all year round and is lush with greenery. The mountain ranges to the east and west are home to Uganda’s Arabica farmers.

Robusta is produced on the central plateau and the government of Uganda is promoting coffee production as a key driver for rural development.

The Rwenzoris are famously known as the ‘Mountains of the Moon’ and stretch for 120km along the Western Border with the Democratic Republic of Congo. The Bukonzo tribe farm this region and harvest this coffee by hand, carefully selecting ripe cherries. They are proud and strong and have farmed the foothills of Rwenzori for over 15 generations.

Country: Uganda
Region: Bugoye, Rwenzori Mountains
Processing Station: Bugoye Coffee Station
Process: Fully Washed
Varietal: SL14 & SL28
Altitude: 1400-1500 m.a.s.l
Cup Score: 84.50