Mamaki

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Mamaki

With volcanic vog in the air here and allergy season upon all of us, we wanted to take a closer look at Mamaki, a native Hawaiian plant that has been known for its traditional respiratory healing properties when made into tea. 

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Home-grown Design

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Home-grown Design

After 20 years of farming Kona coffee, the Bolton family thought it was time to update the look of the Kona Coffee & Tea coffee bag. They partnered with a Big Island designer to pay tribute to the farm that started it all.

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Started From The Farm, Now We're Here

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Started From The Farm, Now We're Here

Twenty years ago my parents took a leap of faith and planted 20 acres of Kona coffee with the hope that one day it would grow into something that could support their family and enrich their community.  This is our story of how Kona Coffee and Tea came to be. 

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Honey I'm Home

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Honey I'm Home

Talk about busy bees! The bees in our Kona coffee fields pollinate our coffee flowers and make amazing honey. Learn about the role bees play in our farm to cup Kona coffee operation. 

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The IRONMAN®

The IRONMAN®

Every fall our tranquil town of Kona comes alive with thousands of triathletes from around the world and their followers.  These athletes come to test their bodies and minds with one of the most grueling triathlons on the planet: The IRONMAN® World Championship...

Getting Gritty

Getting Gritty

Kona Coffee and Tea Company is dedicated not only to coffee, but also to building community relations around and through the coffee industry. We are constantly on the lookout for new, innovational, and local products. This month we are happy to announce the unveiling of a great new addition to our line, Kona Coffee Latte Soap...

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First Coffee Harvest of 2017

First Coffee Harvest of 2017

On Saturday, August 26th, we invited the public to come to our Holualoa farm to pick the first coffee cherry of the season.  The turnout was fantastic with over 40 people of all ages. These folks came from across the nation as well as from our own Kona community...