Mauna Loa, the volcano in the western district of the Island of Hawaii, creates excellent growing conditions for coffee trees. The slopes produce coffee beans that are known for being full-flavored and well balanced. Kona 'Estate' coffee is grown on these slopes between 800 and 2,500 feet in the rich volcanic soils. Kona produces the highest yield of any other Arabica varietal in the world at 2,000 pounds per acre; this is quite impressive compared to other trees that typically average 500-800 pounds per acre. With the perfect mixture of sunlight, shade, rain, and humidity, this high-grown Arabica produces exceptional coffee.
Smooth in body, Kona 'Volcanic Estate' has a light acidity that is complemented by slight chocolate and fruit undertones. We medium roast our gourmet Kona coffee beans to brew into a full-bodied cup that is both vibrant and flavorful.