Kona Estate Coffee

Hawaiian Kona Estate Coffee (1lb Bag)
1 lbGrind Qty: $77.95
Looking for something homegrown? Hawaiian coffees are the only coffees produced in the United States, and the enriched soil and ideal weather of Hawaii makes these Hawaii Kona coffee beans one of most distinguished coffees in the world. With a buttery body and a smooth, well balanced roast that has a silky milk chocolate flavor and hints of fruit, these Hawaii Kona beans are the utmost representation of high quality coffee.

These Hawaii Kona beans were originally brought to Hawaii from Brazil, and since then, the success of these beans has known no bounds. Located on the slopes of a volcano in Mauna Loa, Hawaii Kona 'Volcanic Estate' is grown on limited yet coveted space. Due to the small confinements of space for these special beans, Hawaii Kona has the highest yield of Arabica in the world. In order to optimize production, over 600 farmers handpick and tend to the wet-processed Hawaii Kona beans under the tightest regulations and the highest labor costs in the world.

Kona coffee beans are sun-dried for the ultimate enhancement of flavor, but its popularity and success is due to Hawaii's incredible weather the coffee trees of Hawaii excel here, creating one-of-a-kind coffee beans. If you are looking for an excellent coffee, say 'Aloha' to Hawaii Kona's 'Volcanic Estate'!
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91% Recommend this product (10 of 11 responses)
By John
Librtyville, IK
It's a big big hit with everyone
March 18, 2015
Everyone that has tried this coffee loved it.
By Teresa
Las Vegas NV
Love this coffee
December 9, 2014
The coffee is fresh, arrived promptly and I'll buy more. Prices are not out of line (although they have gone up since I bought last month) and since this is our "splurge" item, we expect it to cost more than a can from the grocery store.
Fresh, excellent coffee cost no tracking availability for PO Box deliveries
By mark
New York
Kona
May 28, 2020
The coffee lives up to the stories. A very smooth, mild coffee, with no acidic after taste like some coffees. It was worth the wait and price. Buy some !
Taste, smoothness, smell. $$$
By Michael C.
Jacksonville
Best Ever
December 26, 2017
Smooth, very bold flavor that lingers just long enough. Hard to describe as I had never tasted coffee like this
Flavor fairly high price
By thevonallgeiers
Ma.
Hawaiian Kona Estate
March 1, 2017
This coffee is delicious, and a real treat. When we want a great cup of coffee for guests this is
what we serve; definitely a cut above the rest.
Distinctive taste pricey
By Sandy
Melbourne, FL
The coffee was just as I rembered it when I was on Kona..
July 5, 2016
The coffee was just as I remembered when I was in Kona..
By Wells M.
Stamford, CT
Must Try
May 25, 2016
I've tried many varieties of coffee and this one rates up towards the top of the list.
Give it a try ! :)
Pricey
By E B.
Sunbury, NC
Great Coffee
December 10, 2015
This is a great show off coffee for friends and family. The roast is full of flavor and a bit earthy. You will enjoy this coffee anytime but you need the time to enjoy this brew. Brew up and pot take your time and enjoy.
By Laurie J.
Southgate , Michigan
coffee heaven!
November 10, 2015
Love love love this coffee! Are you sure that it wasn't grown in heaven and floated down to Hawaii??
Flavor and aroma $
By Tanya
Dubuque, IA
Awesome!
December 31, 2014
I bought this coffee as a gift for my father. He absolutely loves it!
By Salvatore L.
Las Vegas NV
My first and last purchase from this company
November 25, 2014
This was my first purchase of 100% Kona Coffee and I will never purchase from this company again due to their way over top prices. When I investigated pricing on 100% Kona Coffee I found how grossly over priced their coffee is. I discovered coffee from $16 - $29 a lb for the same quality and taste of 100% Kona Coffee.
My wife and I love Kona Coffee…………………..Someone please explain to me why I should pay $59 a lb when I can purchase the exact taste, aroma and satisfaction for $16 - $29 per lb?????? I was a chump to pay $59 for a lb of Kona Coffee…………..