100% Kona Prime Medium Roast Hawaiian Coffee Beans - Premium Whole Bean Coffee | Coffee Gallery
Experience the Rich Flavors of 100% Kona Coffee from Hawaii's Big Island
Indulge in the authentic taste of paradise with our 100% Kona coffee, grown on the fertile slopes of Hawaii's Hualālai and Mauna Loa mountains. Made from a blend of Arabica, Bourbon, and Yellow Caturra varietals, our medium-roast beans offer a full-bodied flavor with notes of citrus, chocolate, and caramel. Sourced exclusively by Coffee Gallery, this prime Hawaiian coffee is the perfect way to start your day. Available in a convenient 8oz (226g) whole bean package, our 100% Kona coffee is perfect for coffee aficionados looking for a luxurious taste of the tropics."
Experience the unique taste of our 100% Kona Coffee, grown in the rich volcanic soils of Hualālai and Mauna Loa Mountains in Hawaii. Savor the citrus, chocolate, and caramel notes of our medium roast, made from the finest Arabica, Bourbon, and Yellow Caturra varietals. Whether you enjoy it black or with cream and sugar, our coffee is the perfect way to start your day or unwind in the afternoon.
|Varietals:||Arabica, Bourbon, & Yellow Caturra|
|Characteristics:||Citrus, Chocolate, & Caramel
|Grind Type:||Whole Bean|
|Package weight:||226.8 g|
|Package Dimension:||4.4 x 2.4 x 1.6 inches|
Kona Coffe is a relative of the gardenia family, is one of the most important crops on the Big Island. Although other Hawaiian islands also produce coffee, only Kona coffee is of sufficient quality to be sold on the world market during the coffee production lines. In Kona Mauka (Kona Highlands) there are many coffee farms and roasting plants that give tours, such as the Captain Cook Coffee Company in Kainaliu.
Hawaii is the only American producer of commercially grown coffee and Kona coffee is still really rare. Today's Kona coffee industry is made up of an interlocking group of independent small farmers, coffee roasters, and traders. Of the perhaps 600 coffee farms in Kona, most are 2-3 acres in size. Kona coffee is grown on more than 2,000 acres in an area 20 miles long and 2 miles wide on the slopes of the Hualalai and Mauna Loa volcanoes, between 500 and 3,000 feet in elevation; annual coffee production is generally more than two million pounds.
Why is Kona Coffee so Expensive?