Hawaiian Kona coffee grown on the slopes of Hualalai in the Kona District on the Big Island of Hawaii. Most farms in the Kona district are of a relatively smaller size. While there are a number of small farms in other regions of Hawaii, larger farms are being to become more prevalent

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Hawaiian Kona coffee grown on the slopes of Hualalai in the Kona District on the Big Island of Hawaii. Coffee was first introduced to the Islands by Chief Boki, the Governor of Oahu, in 1825.
The growing conditions on Hawaiian coffee farms vary depending on the region in which they are located. While farms in the Kona district are at a lower elevation than many arabica farms, farms in other coffee growing regions are often grown at even lower elevations
Hawaii is further from the equator from many coffee growing regions.

The flavor of Hawaiian coffee

 Most farms in the Kona district are of a relatively smaller size. While there are a number of small farms in other regions of Hawaii, larger farms are being to become more prevalent

With the resulting cooler climate from its Northerly geographic location, little of Hawaii's coffee is shade grown

Our Mission is to be a leading exporter of fine Hawaiian Kona coffee all over the world

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 grades of green Hawaiian coffee:

Hawaii Extra Fancy - The lot consists of beans from one region. All beans have a minimum screen size of 19. Additionally, all beans are clean and have a uniform green color. No more than eight imperfections are allowed in a 300 gram sample.
 Hawaii Fancy - Same as Hawaii Extra Fancy, except that the minimum screen size is 18, and up to twelve imperfections are allowed in a 300 gram sample.
 Hawaii No. 1. - Same as Hawaii Extra Fancy, except that the minimum screen size is 16, and up to eighteen imperfections are allowed in a 300 gram sample.
 Hawaii Select - Beans which are clean and "do not impart sour, fermented, moldy, medicinal, or other undesirable aromas and flavors when brewed." Up to five percent of Hawaii Select may contain defects so long as no more than two percent are "sour, stinker, black or moldy beans." No particular screen size is associated with this grade.
 Hawaii Prime - Same as Hawaii Select, except that up to fifteen percent of the beans may be defective so long as no more than five percent are "sour, stinker, black or moldy beans."
 Hawaii No. 3 - Same as Hawaii Select, except that up to thirty-five percent of the beans may be defective so long as no more than five percent are "sour, stinker, black or moldy beans." Additionally, it is not permitted to use the origin name of the lot used in this classification.
 Offgrade - Any exported lot which does not meet the minimum requirements of the Hawaii No. 3 classification.


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