Hawaiian Kona coffee beans receive a lot of tender loving care from the time they are grown until the time they are brewed. Hawaiian Kona coffee beans are grown in nutrient-rich volcanic soil in a 30-mile section of Hawaii. The company only grows Arabica beans and puts them through a full city roast for a strong Kona coffee product.
Preparing Hawaiian Kona Coffee Beans
Hawaiian Kona coffee beans are packaged while they are still warm. The beans are placed in protective foil bags that lock out air and moisture. Hawaiian Kona coffee beans are roasted to order, so customers receive the freshest bean possible.
Tully's coffee beans also go through a full city roast that rids the coffee of any sour or grassy tastes. The roast masters take great care to make sure the beans are roasted properly, listening for them to pop or crack twice for this kind of roast. Unlike Hawaiian Kona coffee beans, Tully's coffee beans come from around the world; the company buys, roasts, and blends beans from many countries:
- Costa Rica
- New Guinea
Millstone coffee beans are Arabica beans from coffee plantations in Central America, South America, Indonesia, Hawaii, Africa, and the Caribbean. The beans are hand-picked and dried by machine or in the open air on clay patios.
Coffee For Less sells a wide variety of coffee beans from companies like Hawaiian Kona, Tully's, and Millstone. The online retailer carries these brands in multiple varieties and package sizes.