African Combo


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1 × Masira
Ground or Beans
1 × Karambo
Ground or Beans
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African Combo

Coffee #1

Dison Kareng is behind this lovely coffee that comes from the eastern hill side of the Mount Elgon in Uganda. Dison experimented with different processing methods and chose the Natural Anaerobic as the best choice for his Masira coffee.

Once the cherries get collected (mainly SL14 and SL28 varieties) they are sealed into tanks without air and then sundried naturally until the cherries reach the optimum sugar level. This gives the coffee it’s unique fruity and alcohol-like flavors. Dison’s passion gave him the 1st place in 2021 by the cupping competition organized by the British High Commission in Uganda.

We at Samba Coffee Roasters roast this coffee for espresso and filter and can’t hide our enthusiasm about the outcome!

Origin: Uganda
District: Mount Elgon
Altitude: 1950-2050masl
Variety: Various
Process: Natural Anaerobic
Flavor Profile: Tropical fruits, mango, rum. Complex acidity, juicy body.

Coffee #2

Karambo coffee, just like the Karira one, comes from the Muyinga area which can be found at the northern, hill-side part of Burundi. The Karira hill is famous not only for its coffee plantations but for the popular Manioc roots too. The farmers choose to grow both to complete their income.

It must be mentioned also, that the name Karira originates from the verb Kurira, which means ‘’to cry’’. The area went through a violent past when the princes who owned the land had a dispute and war broke out.

Origin: Burundi
District: Muyinga
Altitude: 1500-1700masl
Variety: Bourbon
Process: Natural
Flavor Profile: Peach, raisin, vanilla. Malic acidity, round body

Weight 500 g
Dimensions 10 × 10 × 10 cm