In 1828, the first coffee trees were planted in the Hawaiian Islands in Manoa Valley on Oahu, from seedlings carried aboard the British Warship HMS Blonde. Coffee trees were soon planted in the Kona District on the Big Island, Hawaii. The unique character of the Kona District with rich volcanic soil, mild island breezes, cool gentle rains, and afternoon shade provides the ideal conditions for coffee. Kona coffee's unique, rich flavor and aroma caused it to become the favorite coffee of the Hawaiian Royals. Royal Kona is the best of the best. We purchase our coffee cherries direct from the farmers to ensure that only the finest green coffee gets roasted to perfection by our Roast Master. We then pack our Royal Kona in a freshness valve bag to lock in the quality and flavor. Our goal is to have the best coffee in the world.
Now that you are using Royal Kona Coffee, the most important element of a great cup of coffee is the water. If your local water is high in mineral content or impurities a good choice is to switch to a quality bottled water. To brew use a French Press or a high grade drip coffee maker. For peak flavor add one tablespoon of ground coffee for every six ounces of cool water. Consume immediately after brewing. To preserve freshness, store in a cool dark place.
Contains: Does not contain any of the 8 major allergens
Serving Size: 1 cup
Store: In a Dry location at Room temperature
Exterior Container: Plastic Bag
State of Readiness: Ingredient
Coffee Bean Type: Arabica beans
Servings: 12, Approximate
Coffee roast 1: Dark roast
Caffeine claim 1: Caffeinated
Package type: Individual item multi-serving
Number of interior containers: 0
Coffee variety 1: Hawaii
Exterior container weight: 8 ounces
Item Number (DPCI): 231-10-2149
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