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Kona Coffee – The History of The Best Tasting Coffee

In 1828, Samuel Reverend Ruggles planted the very first coffee tree in the Kona District of Kailua-Kona, watching it grow from a piece of a tree originated in Oahu into a coffee empire. By 1899, nearly 3 million coffee trees had grown throughout the region. Today, there are around 650 farms responsible for coffee cultivation…
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Kona Coffee – Gold Of Hawaii

Kona coffee is a marketing name for coffee that comes from the Kona District of Hawaii. Pure Kona coffee is highly sought after all round the world. It has a richer flavor than others due to the location and environment they are cultivated. The land of Hawaii is rich with volcanic soil and is perfect…
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Is That “REAL” Hawaiian Coffee You’re Drinking?

I'll take a huge mug of java-- doesn't matter if it has cream or sugar -- just as long as it's Hawaiian coffee! I admit it -- and am proud to say it -- I'm a coffee snob. Let me be more specific-- a Hawaiian coffee snob. Since coming to the Hawaiian Islands and being…
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Appreciate the Taste of your Coffee

A great glass of wine is complex and interesting. So is a great cup of coffee. But coffee is only 1/10 the cost of wine. And most people drink much more coffee than wine. So, read on to learn and appreciate your coffee more! When properly brewed, coffee has several distinct tastes, including: Earthiness is…
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