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What Makes Kona Coffee Different

In order to be called "Kona Coffee ", coffee must be grown in a small area on the West Coast of the Big Island of Hawaii. The Kona Coffee growing region is only about fifty square miles in all, and is farmed by small landowners. Like much of Hawaii, Kona offers ideal climate conditions for…
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The Best Coffee in the World

The world’s finest coffee beans come from prime growing regions at high altitudes where Arabica coffee plants thrive in the cooler temperatures. The sensitive plants must be cared for properly and then the coffee cherry must be harvested at peak ripeness, then the processing and roasting must follow exacting standards, then shipped to you quickly.…
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Coffee Lovers….Mark Your Calendar!

If you love coffee, you won't want to miss the Kona Coffee Festival! Various locations & times. http://www.konacoffeefest.com/ Description Since its inception in 1970, the Festival has sought to preserve, perpetuate and promote Kona's unique 183-year coffee heritage. With nearly 50 events over 10 days there’s something for everyone, from coffee drinkers to connoisseurs to multi-generational…
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Visiting Hawaii? 10 Must Knows Before You Go….Tip #5

Tip #5: Kona Coffee - Get a "Vacation in a Cup!" Kona coffee is not a specific type of bean -- it is an arabica bean grown in a very small geographical area known as the "Kona Coffee Belt" at the 500 to 3,000 foot elevation on Mount Hualalai and the western slope of Mauna…
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