Sea turtles were basking in the sun and nesting on this land long before it was given the name Ka`u. Today, life in this sparsely populated part of Hawaii continues to be slow-paced. With the high elevation and cool nights, even the coffee cherries mature more slowly in Ka`u. And with deep, nutrient-rich volcanic soil, these farms are producing coffees coveted around the world for their distinctive sweetness. This coffee is a simple way to joyfully share life—the spirit of Aloha.
Typica, Red and Yellow Caturra