Safari Coffee Roasters. Since 1990

Equatorial Africa

Welcome to Safari Coffee's African Coffee section!

Experience these fine coffees hand picked from parts of east and central Africa. These coffees tend to be complex some cupping heavy and rich, others more like a good red burgundy. a "clean" after sip.


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Burundi FWA Bujumbura

Burundi FWA Bujumbura

You will find a great variety of flavor profiles in Burundi: Sweet, good body, clean acidity.
$9.95



Ethiopian Washed Sidamo

Ethiopian Washed Sidamo

Known for its lightly medium roast, smooth and warm finish, and use of 100% Arabica beans. If you like penetrating depth to its flavor, the hints of wine and spice intermingle well with Ethiopia's Sidamo beans bright formal aroma. If you like a strong combination of flavors, this coffee will please your palate without a doubt! These small to medium sized comes from the Sidamo province of Ethiopia...
$9.95



Ethiopian Washed Yirgaqcheffe

Ethiopian Washed Yirgaqcheffe

Presently we are importing Harrar which is grown in the eastern highlands. It has medium acidity and full body with a distinctive mocha flavour. Harrar is a dry processed coffee bean, with sorting and processing done almost entirely by hand. More than any other African countries the population consumes 25% of the crop and is a huge positive force in their economy. We use Ethiopian beans...
$9.95



Kenya AA Select

Kenya AA Select

Described as dry and winey like a burgundy this coffee is considered one of the top 5 in the world.   Before any coffee is exported it has to undergo testing by the coffee Board of Kenya. These beans are purchased through mills at the Nairobi auctions. Kenya is sold by lots at auction and is graded either AA or AB with AA being the highest. Recently more difficult to source over the years...
$9.95



Malawi Nature Friendly

Malawi Nature Friendly

Floral lightness to the finish, with hints of crisp apple and a slight pepperiness. Overall it is a highly drinkable coffee, simple enough to share with non-coffee-nerd friends but subtle enough to warrant multiple contemplations and brew method experimentation. Grown with planet friendly farming techniques the grower also receives a fair market price. Region: Mzuzu Altitude: 1300m — 2500m...
$9.95



Rwanda

Rwanda

It seems coffee was brought to the country by German missionaries in the early 1900s. From then on, it grew to represent economic opportunities for many rural families. You will find a great variety of flavor profiles in Rwanda: cherry, grape, lime, chocolate, cantaloupe, mandarin orange, nectarine, candy, apricots, plum, and more. Brett mentions that he nearly always gets hints of dates – in...
$9.95



Tanzanian Peaberry Select

Tanzanian Peaberry Select

When a coffee cherry forms it usually consists of 2 halves formed in each bean. Peaberries occur when only one half develops and are sorted through the milling process. Sometimes called "pearl" coffees they produce an intense taste amplified by the smaller bean. Very high in acidity it represents a bright flavorful cup from Africa that is similar to Kenyas but not Ethiopians. We roast it medium...
$9.95



Zambian

Zambian

The story of how green coffee came to Zambia seems familiar: men in Holy Orders arrive and plant seeds. But in the case of Zambia, missionaries did not introduce coffee farming until the 1950's. Coffee plantings were an attempt to move away from copper and diversify exports. The emphasis was on yield and production efficiencies. Plantations were large and orderly, grown in full sun on flat land,...
$9.95