Kona coffee beans are a world delicacy. But did you know that coffee isn’t native to Hawaii? Learn how this plant made its way to Hawaii and where it's grown.
See our fan-favorite Kalua Pork recipe made with our famous Kona BBQ dry rub. This is a recipe that is SURE to impress and make 'em all come back for more at your next backyard BBQ.
Check out out Interview with a self made pastry chef, Hillary Woodland, & get more info about how we make our buttery flakey croissants in house!
Some of the most commonly asked questions we get in our shops here in Hawaii are, “What is your secret?” or “Why does your coffee taste so much better here... Read More
Kona coffee, one of the most prized coffee varieties in the world, doesn’t come easy. But getting the freshest Kona coffee to your doorstep is now easier than ever! Check out all the ways you can make a Kona coffee subscription fit your life and needs.
While the type of bean and where and how it's grown impact a coffee's unique flavor signature, roasting is where the beans acquire their taste.
Kona coffee is nearly synonymous with Hawaii. Hawaii is the only region in the United States capable of producing the quality of beans that are used to make specialty coffee.... Read More
Our non-Kona coffees take just as much pride and passion to produce as our Kona, and today we'd like to give one of our blends the spotlight: Lokahi
If you peruse our website and general information about best coffee practices on the web, you’ll see lots of references to “Fresh Roasted Coffee”. But what does this mean, why should you care, and what should you do to maximize your coffee experience?
Even the most discerning coffee lovers can become confused when faced with so many choices for Kona coffee. Read about what Kona grading means and learn more about our pure Kona coffee and blends!