“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.
Suggested brewing methods for this coffee are basic drip and single cup brew.