Hawaii Roasters 100% Kona Coffee Review

Hawaii Roasters 100% Kona Coffee
Overall Rating
95
Flavor & Aroma (50%)
95
Freshness (20%)
95
Balance & Acidity (10%)
94
Body & Mouthfeel (10%)
93
Roaster Reputation (10%)
93
The Bottom Line
All-natural, farm-roasted, sun-dried, and handpicked. This medium roast is micro-roasted in small batches to seal in the freshness of Hawaii Roasters' 100% Kona coffee beans in each and every packaged bag.
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Key Features of the Hawaii Roasters 100% Kona Coffee

Key Features of Hawaii Roasters 100% Kona Coffee

  • Roast: Medium
  • Grade: Select
  • Flavor: Complex yet rich with fruity and nutty notes

Hawaii Roasters 100% Kona Coffee Overview

All-natural, farm-roasted, sun-dried, and handpicked. This medium roast is chestnut brown in color with a mild, delicate flavor that’s as smooth as a baby’s bottom.

Artisan micro-roasting carried out in small batches seals in the freshness of the Kona coffee beans in each and every packaged bag.

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Is the Hawaii Roasters 100% Kona Coffee for you?

Is Hawaii Roasters 100% Kona Coffee for you?

Hawaii Roasters 100% Kona Coffee Review: An In-Depth Look

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Check out Hawaii Roasters 100% Kona Coffee!

Hawaii Roasters 100% Kona Coffee
All-natural, farm-roasted, sun-dried, and handpicked. This medium roast is micro-roasted in small batches to seal in the freshness of Hawaii Roasters' 100% Kona coffee beans in each and every packaged bag.

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