Hawaii

Hawaii

Hawaii... what a nice place. They grow nuts, fruit, and coffee. The coffee is expensive. It is mild (sometimes too mild). It can be terrible and flat, or it can be wonderful! The best coffees cost a lot and the worst cost way too much. So the goal with Hawaiians is to quit thinking that all Hawaiian coffee is good, and to realize that only a handful of coffees deserve the high price in terms of cup quality (you can easily argue that all deserve a high price in terms of the care and labor expended in producing them). And frankly, you must pay quite a bit for the truly great small-farm Kona.

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  • Hawaii Kaanapali Dry Process Maui Mokha

    A small, rounded-form cultivar (NOT ideal for Behmor roasters) that can be difficult to roast but has a unique cup. Low acidity, grain and fruit flavors, and decent body. Some rustic dark honey and raisin bran cereal, a dusting of cocoa in the darker roast levels. City+ to Full City+. Learn More
    $13.50
    /lb
    (or less)

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