“The Rarest Kona Coffee” - intense notes of milk chocolate, sweet spice, raw honey, and roasted hazelnuts.
Coffee cherries normally produce two half-oval-shaped beans per cherry. During the Peaberry growing process, the beans naturally fuse into one small, dense, oval-shaped bean. That single coffee bean retains even more nutrients from the cherry that typically has to provide for two seeds.
Peaberry is a very rare bean and accounts for only 1% of the total crop. Its cost reflects not only its rarity and wonderful taste, but the difficult sorting process that farms have to go through to bring the coffee to market.
Learn more about Kona grading and our offerings in our Kona Grading blog!
Shipping: Please note, we only ship on Tuesdays and Fridays. Orders received by Monday at 8am Hawaiian Standard Time will ship on Tuesdays. Orders received by Thursday at 8am Hawaiian Standard Time will ship on Fridays.
Never want to run out of Peaberry Kona and save 10%?
Our recurring coffee subscriptions are the best way to ensure that you never run out of fresh-roasted Kona coffee. Select "Subscribe & Save" and then just select the number and frequency that you want. Then our freshly roasted Kona coffee comes right to your door, on your schedule. Check out our FAQ for more details!
*please note that additional discounts and codes do not apply to subscriptions
When is coffee roasted and shipped?
Orders ship fresh to roast on Tuesdays and Fridays. Orders received by Monday at 8am Hawaiian Standard Time will ship on Tuesdays. Orders received by Thursday at 8am Hawaiian Standard Time will ship on Fridays. Learn more in our Shipping FAQ.
Where is your Kona coffee farm located?
Our Kona coffee farm is located on the slopes of the dormant Mauna Loa volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Learn more about our farm in our blog, "Freshly Roasted, Freshly Grown: Honolulu Coffee's Kona Coffee Farm".
How should I brew my coffee?
The best coffee is coffee that you love. That said, there are basics for making the most of every brew, such as:
• Brewing Water Temperature: 195-205 F
• Clean, filtered Water
• Proper steep time for the grind setting: Coarse Grind = long brew time, Fine Grind = short brew time
• Proper Coffee to Water Ratio: 1 gram of coffee for every 16 ml (or g) of water
• A consistent grind particle size: Use a burr grinder if possible
• Coffee that is not too far off-roast
We love brewing the Kalita and French Press in particular. Get our recipes here!
What are the benefits of a Coffee Subscription?
Kona coffee, on repeat? There's no better way to relive your Hawaiian experience.
We offer subscription options for all of our Pure Kona and coffee blends. They are highly customizable and allow you to skip orders or cancel at any time. You can learn more on our Subscription Page.