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Pooki's Mahi Kona KaKao Private Label Peaberry 100% Kona Coffee, Medium Roast, 1000 pods

AmazonPooki's Mahi Kona KaKao 100% Kona coffee, Peaberry pods made from organically grown and naturally dried 100% Kona coffee Peaberry beans from Hawaii in a 100% recyclable mesh pod with CA Prop 65 warnings. Ideal for environmentally conscious customers looking for earth friendly pods. Our medium roast is chestnut brown in color, producing a delicate and mild coffee. Arguably the most exquisite coffee in the world, Kona Peaberry can be found in boutique shops for more than $70 per pound due to its unique taste and rarity. Its smooth, slightly spicy taste is much more flavorful, with less caffeine and must less acidity than any other coffee. This football-shaped bean grows naturally with the rest of the Kona coffee crop but accounts for only 4% of the total crop. Crisply sweet, balanced. Ripe lemon, cocoa chocolate and a hint of cedar in aroma and cup. Silky mouth feel.

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