100% Kona – Hawaiian Coffee is one of the most sort after coffees in the world.
Growers: Aloha Farms Hawaii
Variety: Kona Typica, SL34, Red bourbon,
Process: fully washed and dried in the sun
Altitude: 365 – 838 masl
This exuberantly flavorful coffee will not disappoint! It has a bright, vibrant aroma and offers delicious notes of milk chocolate, macadamia, and liquorice with a smooth body and clean, crisp finish. This one is a real treat and sure to please the widest range of coffee drinkers. Minimal acidity and enough body to please the dark roast drinkers, but smooth enough to please the light roast drinkers.
Located on the big island of Hawaii and in the heart of, the “coffee belt” is Kona, a piece of land that is approximately two miles wide from 700 feet (210 m) to 3,000 feet (914 m) elevation, and stretches along the 20-mile plus southwestern volcanic slopes of Mt. Hualalai and the active Moana Loa Volcano. Although Kona coffee can be harvested year-round in Hawaii, our highest production begins in late summer and extends to early spring.
A Note from The Producer of our 100% Kona – Extra Fancy, Aloha Farms…
Nã Kua’ãina “LOVE” for our Land, “back land” or “back country.”
Aloha Farms Co-op strongly believes that their commitment to sustainable agriculture & regenerative Coffee Growing, inspires product excellence. The Hawaiian coffee farmers that belong to their co-op are proud to grow and offer an inspirational selection of specialty Hawaiian coffees rooted in ancient Hawaiian principles. Their Co-op provides a variety of prime Hawaiian coffees from 31
different farms. Their classic Kona Arabica coffee thrives on the slopes of Mt. Hualalai. Wood Valley on the east side of the Island is the source for our Ka’u coffee, and provides a unique microclimate producing an exceptional high-quality coffee. ‘Aina describes their love and respect for the land here in Hawaii and is infused in every aspect of their coffee growing. Our mission is to promote sustainable coffee practices and to provide opportunities for their Hawaiian families and farms.
This particular lot comes from a cooperative of 32 coffee producers in the Kona district. After processing at each individual farm, dried parchment is received and milled for export at Aloha Farms, which also helps prepare other products produced on the coffee farms, like honey, macadamia nuts and even volcanic sea salts.
Please know that by choosing Aloha Farms Hawaii you are helping the future of coffee farming in Hawaii.
Mahalo Nui Loa.
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