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Starbucks Reserve® Hawaii Ka'u Peaberry


$24.95
8 oz
A rare coffee with fresh coconut and caramel flavors and hints of citrus and nut.
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Floral aromas and a juicy acidity with hints of chocolate and brown sugar.

These select beans are cultivated on the slopes of Mauna Loa in the Ka'u region, which borders Kona on the island of Hawaii. We've limited this offering to peaberries, or single rounded beans, which are found in less than 10% of coffee cherries. Peaberries must be meticulously hand-sorted, but our experts love their uniform roast and concentrated flavors.

Tasting Notes Citrus, nuts, caramel and chocolate.

Region asia-pacific

Producer:  TSmall coffee farms in the Ka'u region of Hawaii.

Elevation:  411 - 640 meters (1,350 - 2,100 feet)

Coffee Variety:  Typica, Bourbon and Catual

Processing Method:  Washed

Kaʻu is a region on the Big Island of Hawaii, neighboring the highly acclaimed Kona growing region. In Kaʻu, small coffee farms sit on the southwest slopes of Mauna Loa, nestled in verdant valleys where they are tended predominantly by former sugar plantation owners. The Hawaii Kaʻu region is newly recognized among the finest coffees in the world, winning the 2011 SCAA Coffee of the Year award.

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Starbucks Reserve® Hawaii Ka'u Peaberry
 
4.3

(based on 3 reviews)

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5.0

Smooth and DELICIOUS! Great flavor with nothing needed.

By NayfromLA

from LA

Comments about Starbucks Reserve® Hawaii Ka'u Peaberry:

I drink coffee black now. It has been an adjustment. This coffee is incredible as is. It needs nothing. No bitterness or aftertaste. I really like it.

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3.0

A Rather Pedestrian Coffee

By sadlo

from US

Comments about Starbucks Reserve® Hawaii Ka'u Peaberry:

After experimenting with different grind fineness and brew strength, I cannot justify the price of this Hawaii Ka'u Peaberry over good ol' Costa Rica. It may be that my taste for Hawaiian hasn't developed. I've found the Panama Reserve is brighter and tastier, and a better value for my taste buds

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5.0

Great tasting coffee

By Mike2

from Phoenix, AZ, USA

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Comments about Starbucks Reserve® Hawaii Ka'u Peaberry:

Peaberry is the best coffee money can buy, although it's getting a little pricey.

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