This coffee is not only rich and sweet, but it also has dashes of berries. If you like fruity brews, this is for you. These beans are also low acid and suitable for those of you with sensitive stomachs.
This bean has been air-roasted which is often employed in artisan roasting. This process prevents burning and charring. The brewing methods suggested by the company are cold brew, French press, and drip. We recommend what they recommend, too.
Kona Gold Trading Co. has won several awards, one of which was first place in the Kona Crown Cupping Competition held in 2016.
These beautiful little beans are graded Extra Fancy, which is the highest grade possible for Kona coffee beans.
After picking and processing, the Kona coffee beans are sun-roasted and air-dried on the plantation, the most natural way of extracting the aromatic flavor from the beans.
You’ll enjoy sweet, crisp flavors of peach, apple, and raspberry with subtly complex notes of melon, brown sugar, clove, and molasses.
I was first introduced to Kona coffee when I visited Hawaii in 2014.
A medium roast with a big, rich flavor, you can almost taste the Big Island Kona coast’s recent volcanic past. And less oily than most beans on this list, they’re perfect for superautomatic espresso machines.
Most Kona coffees you’ll find are blends with perhaps 10% Kona coffee. That’s not what this roast is. It’s the real 100% Kona experience. Just be ready to pay through the nose for this pure, high-quality, regional roast.
A great 100% Kona coffee, Blue Horse was my go-to for a whole year before I decided to switch things up.
(Now I’m drinking Ethiopian and Kenyan coffees.)
This roast is similar to the Koa Coffee 100% Kona above but it’s a little heavier on the chocolaty flavors.