100% Pure Hawaiian Kona Coffee

(Not a 10% Blend)

Have you ever tasted world-famous, 100% pure Hawaiian Kona Coffee? If you've only tasted a mere blend, then believe me, you've never tasted real Kona Coffee...

100% Pure Hawaiian Kona Coffee
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100% Pure Hawaiian Kona Coffee
"Kona Extra Fancy Vienna Roast" Mild, med.-bodied, sweet, & buttery
7 oz. pack,
$22.00

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Kona Swiss Water Decaffeinated
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Kona Swiss Water Decaffeinated
The only one of its kind with a mild flavor and the unmistakable Kona coffee aroma.
$22.00

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100% Pure Hawaiian Kona Peaberry French Roast
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"Kona Peaberry French Roast"
Heavy, full-bodied, robust, & rich
7 oz. pack,
$24.50

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100% Pure Hawaiian Kona Coffee vs. 10% Blends Pure Hawaiian Kona coffee costs about 600% more to grow and process than other coffees. Legally, coffees need to contain only 10% Kona to use that name. But, Kona blends lack the rich taste and intense aroma that has made 100% Kona coffee famous for 150 years. True coffee connoisseurs can immediately smell and taste the difference.

Kona coffee symbolizes a tradition of rich coffee flavor, that comes only from the soil of Kona, Hawaii. A family farm of 3 generations supplies our Kona. They grow and package only 100% pure Kona coffee beans.

How to Brew 100% Pure Hawaiian Kona Coffee
Measure one rounded teaspoon of ground coffee per 6-oz. cup of spring water or purified water. (For a stronger brew, without any bitterness, use more coffee.)

Picking and Processing the Perfect Hawaiian Kona Coffee
Coffee bean quality is a science whose rules must be followed meticulously. First, our farmer handpicks the coffee cherries to insure the proper stage of readiness. Next, within 8 hours of picking, they pulp the cherries to remove the red skin. Then, they soak the cherries for 8-12 hours to remove the inner skin surrounding the beans. Finally, they sun-dry the beans for ~6 days until achieving the perfect moisture content.

Now, it's time for the farmer to mill the beans through hullers to remove the thin outer skin called parchment. At this point, the Kona coffee beans are green. Then, they're separated by size through screens with graduated holes. The different-sized beans each produce a specific flavor or grade of coffee. After this, a vibrating air table uses gravity to separate the beans by density and grade.

The Hawaii State Department of Agriculture inspects the beans to ensure they meet the high standards of Hawaiian Kona coffee. Inspectors test for bean size, color, aroma, and number of defective beans/pound.

And, the result? An unusually aromatic and satisfying, 100% pure, Hawaiian Kona coffee. See for yourself, by trying it today...

What Coffee Roasting Terms Mean

Coffee roasting terms have no standard definitions. Yet, here is a list of popular meanings...

  • Dark - French, Italian, or Espresso
  • Medium Dark - Vienna
  • Medium - Full City
  • Light Medium - City
  • Light - American