100% pure Kona coffee beans; winner of the 2002 Gevalia Kona Cupping Award and 2004 PCCA Coffee of the year, this is the coffee that Forbes said is the "Best Coffee in America"
The Kona Coffee Belt is roughly 1 mile wide by 30 miles long, situated on the western slopes of two volcanoes, Hualalai and Mauna Loa, at an elevation ranging from 500-3,000 feet.
Kona Coffee has been grown on these dark volcanic lava rock slopes of Kona, on the west coast of the Big lsland of Hawaii since the early 1800s.
Coffee grown anywhere else in Hawaii is Hawaiian Coffee, but is not Kona Coffee.
100% pure Kona Coffee is distinguished from all other coffees by its unique island microclimate and extra care taken by generation after generation of