May 25, 2017
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Kona Coffee Heritage

Coffee Festival-Celebrate Kona Day- Application

click to view> CKD_Craft_Food_Vendor_Application_2014MC Please direct all questions; and applications may be emailed to: Matt <mc296740@yahoo.com> or Wilfred <wyamasawa@aol.com> Remember the $25 fee is waived if you are a Coffee farmer!   Read More »

Kona Coffee’s Unique Ecological & Agronomical Profile

Science has not yet proven why certain soil and exposure sites produce finer coffee than others.  We can only point to certain correlations between quality coffee with certain varieties of carefully processed arabica coffee and with origins that include well-drained volcanic soils, higher elevations, and seasonal tropical wet-and-dry climates. Kona’s coffee-growing belt mimics other coffee-growing origins in a way that ... Read More »

About Kona Coffee

ABOUT KONA COFFEE Kona Coffee is the market name for a variety of coffee (Coffea arabica, Var. kona typica) cultivated on the slopes of Mount Hualalai and Mauna Loa in the North and South Kona Districts of the Big Island of Hawaii. Only coffee from the Kona Districts, 22 miles long and 2 miles wide, can be described as “Kona”. ... Read More »