Hawaii Roasters 100% Kona Coffee, Medium Roast, Whole Bean, 14-Ounce Bag

For years, visitors to Hawaii have been bringing a taste of Hawaii home with them in the form of 100% kona coffee. Now you can have it shipped directly to you. The unique environment of the tiny kona coffee belt, only about 2 miles by 15 miles, creates the ideal growing conditions for premium quality coffee beans. Coffee trees flourish on the kona volcanic slopes under warm morning sunshine and afternoon cloud cover. Individually hand-picking the coffee cherries at the peak of ripeness, our coffee is then sun-dried to bring out its characteristic flavor. The final step is artisan micro-roasting at the sustainable farm in small batches, helping to ensure the freshness of each and every bag of Hawaii Roasters 100% Kona Coffee.

Product Features

  • All natural, hand-picked, sun-dried and farm-roasted by our master roasters, as it has been done for generations
  • Our medium roast is chestnut brown in color, producing a delicate and mild coffee. Also known as a full city roast
  • Founded by a 3rd generation coffee family and featured on the Food & Wine Radio Network and KGO Radio
  • Winner-Hawaii Governors Export Award and Winner-New & Innovative Product Award at the world’s largest food exhibition in Paris
  • For just 15 cents more per cup than all the mass market brands that use imported coffee, you can buy local, U.S. grown 100% Hawaiian Kona Coffee and support the only coffee farmers in the U.S.

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3 Responses to “Hawaii Roasters 100% Kona Coffee, Medium Roast, Whole Bean, 14-Ounce Bag”

  1. <path_to_url> Steve Ostertag

    I Just Had To… …I’ve never written a product review before, but this is such amazingly good coffee I just had to say so. From the first sip I knew this was coffee like I had never tasted before. And in Seattle – where coffee falls from the sky like so much rain – that’s saying something. I had planned to serve this as the perfect cap for a recent dinner party with friends, but it didn’t last in my house long enough to make the dinner. So I’m back for more.

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  2. <path_to_url> J. Emerson "j_emer"

    Not exactly what I expected I bought this coffee after reading the reviews. I was disappointed. EVERYONE seemed to think this coffee was wonderful. I certainly would not rate it bad, but OK–not exactly what I was anticipating.UPDATE: I received an e-mail from the president of Hawaiian Roasters, the company that makes this coffee. Since I was not totally satisfied with the coffee, I was given a full refund. While this coffee is not my favorite, I will say the company makes a great effort to satisfy the customer. Thank you, Mr. Krant.

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  3. <path_to_url> Mary Whipple

    Worth every cent–a special treat for yourself or a friend. Pure Kona coffee, especially when it comes directly from the farm, is everything the coffee lover ever hoped for, absolutely as good as its description suggests it will be. The flavor is rich because farm-processed coffee never has the chance to get stale–the cherries are skinned and the beans are dried and roasted immediately after picking for maximum freshness and mellow flavor. They don’t sit around over-fermenting while waiting to be processed (which then requires dark roasting to kill the “spoiled” taste).Though pure 100% Kona is rare and difficult to find, this coffee is the real deal–a premier coffee which is among the costliest and most sought-after. If you are just browsing for coffee, take a close look at the label. For some strange reason, coffee can be legally called “Kona” if it contains just ten percent Kona beans (with 90% of the beans coming from unknown sources), and some new buyers are unaware of this. This brand of 100% Kona will justify its price and confirm everything you ever wanted in taste. n Mary Whipple

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