Hawaiian Kona Extra Fancy Coffee is grown on Hawaii's Southwestern coast and is world class by every measure. A romantic coffee with a refined taste, smooth body, superb aroma and a buttery richness with nutty cinnamon and clove overtones. State of Hawaii Certified. Aloha! Single Estate Kona Coffee from the Greenwell Farm coffee which has been farming coffee for six generations. Kona Extra Fancy is grown and processed on this private family estate and is considered to be "la crème de la crème". The estate continues to maintain a tradition of high quality Hawaiian Kona Coffee. A nut-like flavor can be recognized in every cup of Greenwell Farm's coffee. Volcanica Coffee is a specialty importer and retailer of exotic gourmet coffee beans that is committed to offering only the finest quality coffee from volcanic regions around the world that are wonderfully exotic and remarkable in taste. 100% customer satisfaction guaranteed.
New York Coffee Hawaiian Kona X-fancy Green Coffee Beans 5lb Bag bulk quantity brews many pots of freshly ground unroasted green coffee from New York Coffee Beans.
Pure 100% Kona coffee, this medium roast is made from the largest and highest quality beans. Hand-picked, sun-dried and single-estate roasted by master roasters, this premium coffee is unique to the tiny Hawaiian Kona coffee belt. Sealed in a foil bag for freshness.
Hawaiian Kona Coffee is very flavorful and full-bodied, a rich coffee with a mellow straightforward character accented by a Medium Roast. It boasts delicious flavor that is low in acid with a heady aroma and a complex rich and winy taste. Taxonomically classified as "species Arabica sub-species Typica", or more commonly known as Arabica Typica, Kona coffee is world-renowned as a top-quality coffee. A Kona coffee bean appears with a waxy, bluish-green color in its unroasted state. Roasted, the beans are enjoyably smooth to the palate, having a mildly acidic flavor.The Kona region provides an ideal environment for coffee cultivation. The region where most of the coffee farms are concentrated is commonly referred to as the "coffee belt," which runs along Mamalahoa Highway. This highway cuts across the slopes of Hualalai and Mauna Loa from 300 to 800 meters above sea level. The Kona coffee belt lies on rich, uncultivated lands greatly influenced by the volcanoes that created the islands. Here, the soil contains nutrients necessary for the growth of coffee. In addition, the calm winds, moderate temperature, favorable amount of precipitation, and the temperature differences between night and day create an ideal environment for coffee cultivation.Whole Bean Coffee.