Coffee

At Aloha Farms Hawaii, we strongly believe that our commitment to sustainable coffee agriculture combined with regenerative beekeeping inspires and creates product excellence. We are pride to offer the finest artisan-made products available from the Big Island of Hawaii, including award winning coffee, crunchy and buttery macadamia nuts, exotic and rare honey and the purest sea salts from the island of Molokai.

Each time you purchase an Aloha Farms Hawaii product, you support sustainable efforts in coffee cultivation and macadamia nut forestry, and honeybee stewardship in Hawaii. Our eco-friendly methods are directly sowing the seeds for a sustainable future in products that are pure, natural and organic.

Aloha Farms first farm was established in 2013, located on the Mount Hualalai portion of the Big Island of Hawaii. All of our farms are located under the tropical terrain of the active Mount Hualalai/Mauna Loa volcano, where our coffee fields thrive. Natural and organic, the rich volcanic soil allows us to harvest the rarest and finest award winning Kona coffee in perfect growing conditions.
The Kona Arabica coffee cherries are succulent, plump and have a natural sweetness that only can be found in Hawaii. The coffee from Aloha Farms are all hand-picked and processed to customer grade specifications using Laser tagging sorting to yield only optimum and traceable coffee beans.

Aloha Farms Hawaii also roasts coffee beans to the optimum level to bring out the fullest taste profile. Our medium roasted coffee was cupped in 2017 to a high score of 85.75 (Verve Coffee Roasters) and 87.00 (out of 100).

Introduction of Coffee in Hawaii:

Hawai’i is the only state in the United States able to grow coffee plants commercially. The first known record of coffee in Hawai'i is dated January 21, 1813, when planted coffee seedlings arrived on the island of Oahu. Later a gardener who came on HMS Blonde in 1825 under Captain Lord Byron, brought coffee plants from Brazil, and was provided land in the Mānoa Valley on O'ahu for its cultivation.
Also, in that year 1825, Chief Boki, the governor of Oahu, brought plants from Brazil and successfully planted them in the same valley.
Rev. Samuel Ruggles (1795–1871) carried some cuttings of coffee to the Kona District when he was transferred from Hilo on the eastern side of the island of Hawaii to the Kealakekua Church on the western side in July 1828.[5] Although it would take time to get established, this area would be the most successful.[6]

The "coffee belt" in Kona is located on the Big Island of Hawaii and is approximately two miles wide from 700 feet (210m) to 3,000 feet (914m) elevation. Other notable award winning districts on the island where coffee is grown include Kaʻū in the far south and Punain the southeast.

Although coffee can be harvested year-round in Hawaii, highest production begins in late summer and extends to early spring. A total of about 8,800 acres are planted with coffee throughout the state. A little over half the acreage is outside the island of Hawaii, in particular on the island of Kauai, indicating that farms on other islands are larger in average size compared to those on the island of Hawaii.

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KONA COFFEE

Tasting Notes:

Its chocolatey, caramel and nutty undertones are accented by the rich aroma and bold taste. Its smooth finish lasts to the last drop and brings a little Aloha deliciousness with every sip.

Products:

100 % KONA Coffee Beans, Green
Grade: Prime, screen 16+
Grade: Fancy, screen 18+
Grade: Extra Fancy, screen 19+
Field Location(s): Mount Hualali and Honaunau, Hawaii
Varietal: 93% Kona Typica Arabica, 2% Burbon, 5% Yellow Caturra
Field(s) Elevation: 1850 - 2224 ft. above sea level
Cherry Processing: Hand-Picked. Washed. Wet Processing
Parchment: Sun Dried. Elevated and Protected Bamboo Drying Beds
Storage: GrainPro Bags(2), Jute
Storage: Elevated. Environmentally Controlled Temperature and Humidity.
Sorting: Satake FMS 2000 Optical Laser Sorter to specification
100 % KONA Organic Coffee Beans, Green
Grade: Prime, screen 16+
Grade: Fancy, screen 18+
Field Location(s): Mamalahoa Hwy, Captain Cook, Hawaii
Varietal: 100% Kona Typica Arabica
Field(s) Elevation: 1800 - 2000 ft. above sea level
Cherry Processing: Hand-Picked. Washed. Wet Processing
Parchment: Sun Dried. Elevated and Protected Bamboo Drying Beds
Storage: GrainPro Bags (2), Jute
Storage: Elevated. Environmentally Controlled Temperature and Humidity.
Sorting: Satake FMS 2000 Optical Laser Sorter to specification

OTHER COFFEE PRODUCTS

Other Aloha Farms Hawaii Coffee Products include:

Kona Coffee Soap

Kona coffee lip balm, lotion and body cream

Kona Coffee Infused Honey

ALOHA FARMS COFFEE ROASTED

Aloha Farms Hawaii, WE ROAST AND PACK FOR YOU:

We sell in our own bags with Aloha Farms brand or we with label for you
We Roast in Bulk also, every Tuesday & Thursday, the 50 pounds bags go out in a box by FedEx Bulk Express, it is not expensive to ship.

AFFILIATIONS

Aloha Farms Hawaii Grow Affiliations include:

  • Kona Coffee Council
  • Hawaii Coffee Association
  • Kona Pacific Farmers Cooperative
  • Ka’u Coffee Growers Cooperative