Volcanic soil gives birth to a gentle and lasting aroma

KONA Arabica coffee beans grow on the island of Hawaii, the largest island in the Hawaiian Islands chain, on the western slopes of Mount Mauro. The beans grow slowly in the island’s unique climate and volcanic soils between 4,000 to 6,000 feet high in the mountains. This gives Kona a gentle and lasting complex aroma and taste of fruit and flowers. The brewed coffee is a pleasant coffee brown with a tinge of red wine-like color.

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