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Sustainably Farmed

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Sustainably Farmed

We are frequently asked whether our coffee is organic. So, we thought we would take the time to explain our philosophy and commitment to sustainable farming practices. Through the writing of this blog, we would like to highlight the pride and dedication of farmers in Hawai`i. In our opinion, nowhere on earth do farmers have more respect and love for the `aina (land). Malama `Aina (care for the land) is the prevailing ideology of Hawai`i and is reflected in every aspect of Island life…

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Making the Grade

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Making the Grade

Is your coffee extra fancy? In order for coffee growers in the U.S. to maintain a thriving business, quality, taste, and consistency are essential. The grading system, which includes grades like extra fancy, select, and number 1, qualifies coffees grown by size, moisture content, and amount of defects in a determined sample size…

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Brew Like a Pro

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Brew Like a Pro

In the world of coffee, the beans seem to get all the credit, but the preparation of those beans makes a big difference in how you make a great cup of coffee. We would like to share with you some of our favorite, tried and true brewing methods and practices to make the perfect cup of coffee.

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Decaf

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Decaf

Have you ever wondered what magical process is used to remove the caffeine from coffee to make decaf? Well, wonder no more. Plus, you might be surprised to learn that not all decaf is created equal.

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