Thank you for the great service and order, your product is very high quality. We have officially replaced Starbucks with Sip Hawaii.
We hope to visit your beautiful islands someday. Be blessed, Robert and Karen C. - Texas - November 2014
Mahalo for supporting Hawaiian coffee farmers and helping to fix the trade deficit.


5 Islands Coffee Sampler Packs  -  Ground or Whole bean  -  Total  2lb 4oz - 1kg.

- 5 Pack   ALL ISLAND VARIETY - 100% grown and roasted in Hawaii - USA
1 pack 100% HAWAIIAN - Pure - Hualalai Estate Kona - grown in the Kona district on the Big Island of Hawaii. 7 OZ.
1 pack 100% KAUAI - Koloa Estate Medium roast - smooth, rich, estate grown and roasted from the 'Garden Island' - 7 OZ.
1 pack 100% MOLOKAI - Malulani - Estate Roasted - Hawai'i Seal of Quality and member 1% for the planet - 8 OZ.
1 pack 100% MAUI - Kaanapali Estate Roasted - dedicated to offer the finest Arabica beans from Hawaii - 7 OZ.
1 pack 100% OAHU - Waialua Estate Dole coffee from Oahu's fertile North Shore hills that overlook the famous Surfers Paradise - 7 OZ.
Hualalai Estate Coffee from Kona Big Island of Hawaii - Medium Dark Roast - Whole Beand and Ground coffees Kauai Coffee - 100% USA Koloa Estate roasted Coffee Molokai Coffee - Malulani Estate Coffees of Hawaii - 100% USA Estate roasted Coffee Maui Coffee Kaanapali Estate roasted - 100% USA Estate roasted Coffee 100% Oahu coffee - Dole Waialalua Estate North Shore Oahu

$64.95 BUY GROUND all Islands  5 PACK - Total 2lb 4oz - A Great gift or sampler for Keurig brewers.

$64.95 BUY BEANS all Islands  5 PACK - Total 2lb 4oz


The above coffees are also available individually.


Kona and Hawaiian GOLD Pack Variety  -  Ground or Whole bean  -  Total  2lb 4oz - 1kg.

5 GOLD PACK   - 100% grown and roasted in Hawaii USA.
1 pack 100% KONA - Royal Kona coffee Private Reserve - Coffee for Royalty . 7 OZ.
1 pack 100% KONA - Pure - Mulvadi Gourmet roast, known famously for many years for being served in Hawaiian hotel rooms .7 OZ.
1 pack 100% HAWAIIAN HUALALAI Estate Kona - grown in the Kona district on the Big Island of Hawaii. 7 OZ.
1 pack 100% HAWAIIAN WAIALUA Estate - Dole Coffee Plantation Oahu. 7 OZ.
1 pack 100% KONA 24 KARAT - Lion Coffee of Hawaii 7 OZ.
100% Kona Coffee - Roal Kona Coffee Private Reserve - Medium Roast Ground Coffee 100% Pure Kona Coffee - Mulvadi gourmet roast Hualalai Estate Coffee from Kona Big Island of Hawaii - Medium Dark Roast - Whole Beand and Ground coffees 100% Oahu coffee Beans - Dole plantation Waialalua North Shore Lion Coffee Hawaii - 100% Kona Coffee - 24 Karat - Medium Light roast - Beans

$64.95 BUY GROUND Hawaiian and Kona Gold pack - Total 2lb 4oz

$64.95 BUY BEANS Hawaiian and Kona Gold pack - Total 2lb 4oz


The above coffees are also available individually.


variety 5 Pack  #3   MEDIUM Roast - Kona and Hawaiian roasted coffee  -  Ground

1 pack Hawaiian Isles Classic - 10% Kona coffee - A premium and traditional Hawaiian souvenir coffee. 10 OZ.
1 pack Royal Kona Mountain roast - 10% Kona coffee - The choice for Hawaii's most popular hotels and restaurants. 8 0Z.
1 pack Waialua Coffee - 100% Hawaiian coffee - from the North Shore of Oahu. 7 OZ.
1 pack Hawaii Coffee Company - 10% Hawaiian coffee. 7 OZ.
1 pack Hawaiian Coffee Roasters Mountain roast - 100% Arabica coffee. 7 OZ.
Hula Girl Premium Coffee - Regular Medium Roast - 10% Kona Coffee. Royal Kona Coffee - Mountain Roast - 10% Kona cofee blend - Medium roast. 100% Oahu coffee Beans - Dole plantation Waialalua North Shore Royal Hawaiian Kona Coffee - Medium  Roast - 10% Kona Coffee blend. Kona Medium Mountain Roast gourmet coffee - Hawaiian Coffee Roast - Satisfying and full bodied Arabica coffee blend.

$39.95 BUY GROUND Medium Roast  pack


The above coffees are also available individually.


variety 5 Pack  #4   DARK Roast - Kona and Hawaiian roasted coffee  -  Ground

1 pack Kona Midnight Cafe - 10% Kona gourmet coffee - Deliciously dark, distinctively rich, smooth, fully roasted. 10 OZ.
1 pack Hawaiian Coffee Roasters - Dark Mountain roast - 100% Arabica coffee. 7 OZ.
1 pack Hawaii Coffee Company - 10% Hawaiian coffee. 7 OZ.
1 pack Royal Kona - Chef Roy's signature restaurant style roast - 10% Kona coffee. 8 OZ.
1 pack Hawaiian Coffee Roasters Island French roast, rich and bold - 100% Arabica coffee. 7 OZ.
Hawaiian Isles Kona Midnight Cafe - Private reserve - 10oz - 10% Kona gourmet coffee - Deliciously dark, distinctively rich, smooth, fully roasted. Kona Dark Mountain Roast gourmet coffee - Hawaiian Coffee Roast - Richly and full bodied Arabica coffee blend. Royal Hawaiian Kona Coffee - Dark Roast - 10% Kona Coffee blend. Royal Kona Coffee - 10% Kona Coffee- 30% Hawaiian Coffee blend - Chef Russell Siu's Medium Dark Vienna Roast. French Roast Coffee - Hawaiian Coffee Roast - Dark, rich and bold.

$39.95 BUY GROUND  Dark Roast  pack


The above coffees are also available individually.


variety 5 Pack  #5   MEDIUM and DARK Roast mix of Regular and Flavored coffees  -  Ground

1 pack Hawaiian Coffee Roasters - Medium Mountain roast unflavored- 100% Arabica coffee. 7 OZ.
1 pack Hawaiian Isles - Vanilla Macadamia Nut - 10% Kona coffee. 10 OZ.
1 pack Lion Coffee of Hawaii - Toasted Coconut - 100% Arabica coffee. 10 OZ.
1 pack Royal Kona Coffee Company - Chocolate Macadamia Nut - 10% Kona coffee. 9 OZ.
1 pack Hawaiian Coffee Roasters - Kona Island Dark French roast unflavored - 100% Arabica coffee. 7 OZ.
Kona Medium Mountain Roast gourmet coffee - Hawaiian Coffee Roast - Satisfying and full bodied Arabica coffee blend. Hawaiian Isles Coffee Co. - Vanilla Macadamia nut -  Medium Roast - 10% Kona Coffee. Royal Kona Coffee - Toasted Coconut - 10% Kona cofee blend - Medium roast. Royal Hawaiian Kona Coffee - Chocolate Macadamia nut  - 10% Kona Coffee blend. French Roast Coffee - Hawaiian Coffee Roast - Dark, rich and bold.

$39.95 BUY GROUND   pack


The above coffees are also available individually.


variety 5 Pack  #6  International Roasts and Flavors  -  Ground

1 pack Lion Coffee - Dark Italian Espresso roast - 10% Hawaiian coffee. 10 OZ.
1 pack Hawaiian Isles - Medium Italian Cappuccino, creamy and smooth - 10% Kona coffee. 10 OZ.
1 pack Royal Kona - Medium French Mocha Latte, chocolate flavored - 10% Kona coffee. 8 OZ.
1 pack Lion Coffee - Medium Dark roast 'Cafe Honolulu', Vienna style roast - 100% Arabica coffee. 10 OZ.
1 pack Hawaiian Coffee Roasters - Kona island Dark French roast - 100% Arabica coffee. 7 OZ.
Lion Coffee - Diamond Head Espresso coffee European style. Dark 10% Hawaiian coffee blend. Hawaiian Isles Kona Coffee blend. Cappuccino flavored - European style gourmet roast. Royal Kona Coffee - 10% Kona Coffee blend - Mocha Latte flavored European style Medium roast. Cafe Honolulu Medium Dark Vienna Roast - 100% Arabica Coffee French Roast Coffee - Hawaiian Coffee Roast - Dark, rich and bold.

$39.95 BUY GROUND   pack


The above coffees are also available individually.


variety 5 Pack  #7  Tropical Nut Flavors  -  Ground

1 pack Hawaiian Isles - Chocolate Macadamia nut - 10% Kona coffee. 10 OZ.
1 pack Lion Coffee - Toasted Coconut - 100% Arabica coffee. 10 OZ.
1 pack Hawaii Coffee Roasters - Macadamia Brittle - 100% Arabica coffee. 7 OZ.
1 pack Hawaiian Coffee Company - Vanilla Macadamia nut - 10% Hawaiian coffee. 7 OZ.
1 pack Royal Kona - Hazelnut - 10% Kona coffee. 8 OZ.
Hawaiian Isles Coffee Co. - Chocolate Macadamia nut -  Medium Roast - 10% Kona Coffee. Lion Coffee of Hawaii- Toasted Coconut - 100% Arabica coffee - Medium roast. Hawaiian Coffee Roasters - Macadamia Brittle - 100% Arabica coffee - Medium roast. Hawaii Coffee Company- Vanilla Macadamia nut  - 10% Hawaiian Coffee blend - Medium roast. Royal Kona Coffee - Hazelnut - 10% Kona cofee blend - Medium roast.

$39.95 BUY GROUND   pack


The above coffees are also available individually.


variety 5 Pack  #8  Choc Lovers Delight  -  Ground

1 pack Hawaiian Tradition - Chocolate Macadamia nut - 10% Kona coffee. 7OZ.
1 pack Lion Coffee - Chocolate Macadamia nut - 100% Arabica coffee. 10 OZ.
1 pack Royal Kona - Mocha Latte - 10% Kona coffee. 8 OZ.
1 pack Hawaiian Isles - Cappuccino - 10% Kona coffee. 10 OZ.
1 pack Hawaiian Coffee Roasters - Chocolate Coconut - 100% Arabica coffee. 7 OZ.
Hawaiian Tradition Coffee Chocolate Macadamia Nut - Medium Roast 10% Kona Coffee blend - All purpose grind Hula Girl Premium Coffee - Chocolate Macadamia nut -  Medium Roast - 10% Kona Coffee. Royal Kona Coffee - 10% Kona Coffee blend - Mocha Latte flavored European style Medium roast. Hawaiian Isles Kona Coffee blend. Cappuccino flavored - European style gourmet roast. Hawaiian Coffee Roast - Chocolate Coconut - 10% Kona coffee - Medium roast.

$39.95 BUY GROUND   pack


The above coffees are also available individually.

National Coffee Day - September 29.


National Coffee Day is celebrated annually on September 29.

In March 2014, a decision was taken by the International Coffee Organization to launch the first official International Coffee Day in Milan as part of Expo 2015.  Various events have been held, called Coffee Day or National Coffee Day, with many of these on or around September 29.

People across the United States celebrate one of the most beloved morning beverages on National Coffee Day.
It is a morning favorite, however, it is found being drunk throughout the day either hot or cold and either black or with additives such as cream, creamers, milk, sugar, flavored syrups and ice.


In honor of National Coffee Day on September 29, coffee chains are offering deals to help you celebrate your java jolt.

With us all Coffee Orders over $50.00 excl. shipping, placed on September 28, 29 and 30, will be shipped with a 12 page letter size 2017 Hawaiian Calendar.

Buy 100% Hawaiian Coffee on National coffee day on September 29

At home you could celebrate that day by supporting Hawaiian coffee farmers and help to fix the trade deficit.


One old legend tells of an Ethiopian goatherd discovering coffee when he noticed his goats consuming the beans.
While the story may be a legend, coffee's origins do seem to go back to Africa before moving to Arabia.

There are many legendary accounts of how coffee first came to be but the earliest credible evidence of either coffee drinking or the knowledge of the coffee tree appears in the middle of the 15th century in the SUFI monasteries around Mokha in Yemen.
It was here where coffee seeds were first roasted and brewed, similarily to how it is prepared today.
Yemeni traders brought coffee back to their homeland from Ethiopia and began to cultivate the seed.

In 1670, coffee seeds were smuggled out of the Middle East by Baba Budan, as he strapped seven coffee seeds onto his chest.
The first plants grown from these smuggled seeds were planted in Mysore.
It was then that coffee spread to Italy, to the rest of Europe, to Indonesia and to the Americas.

Coffee consumption in the United States.


The United States is the world's biggest consumer of coffee, according to the USDA.
In 2014, Americans who drink coffee consumed about 1.7 cups a day on average,
up from 1.4 cups a decade ago, according to an estimate by Cedarhurst, New York-based researcher StudyLogic.

Consumption per capita:
Statistics suggest that coffee-loving Finns will outdo the rest of the world.
Finland is No. 1 in the world for coffee consumption per capita, according to data collected by market research provider Euromonitor International. On average, each person in Finland consumed 9.9 kilograms (21.8 pounds) of coffee in 2014.

Sweden, the Netherlands, Norway and Slovenia round out the top five coffee-consuming nations.

The United States didn't even break the top 10, ranking 25th for coffee consumption in 2014.
Americans consumed 3.1 kilograms (6.8 pounds) of coffee per capita last year, the same amount as the citizens of France.

Italians consumed slightly more: 3.4 kilograms (7.5 pounds), coming in at No. 21 on the global list.

About Kona Coffee - celebrating its 200th anniversary.


Kona coffee growers are abuzz with the celebration of its coffees' 200th anniversary.

You've never tasted coffee so good!
Hawaii's famous Kona coffee is highly prized for its full-bodied flavor and pleasing aroma that's become distinctive worldwide.
It is among the world's most expensive and sought after coffee bean.
Kona coffee is especially popular in with coffee drinkers that prefer coffee with a nutty full-bodied aroma but low acidity.


Although the Kona region on the Big Island of Hawaii deservedly merits its 'coffee belt' reputation, the coffee farming roots
started in 1813 when a Spanish physician and interpreter, a confidant of King Kamehameha, Don Francisco de Paula y Marin
introduced the first Brazilian cuttings to the island of Oahu.
The popularity of coffee houses in London, also led Chief Boki, Governor of the island of Oahu, to discover coffee during a diplomatic
mission to England's King George VI in 1823.
It was Chief Boki's successful Manoa Valley coffee orchard on Oahu that became the source for the first Kona Coffee.

Several years later, the Revenant Joseph Goodrich transplanted trimmings from the Island of Oahu to his Hilo missionary
on the east coast of the Big Island of Hawaii. The Kona region on the west side of the island was still elusive.
In 1828 another missionary, Samuel Ruggles planted the first Arabica coffee trees in the western district,
currently known as the 'Kona Coffee belt'.

The new 'Kanaka Koppe' (Hawaiian Coffee) quickly received global acclaim.
Later the initial Hawaiian Coffee variety was replaced by Guatemalan variety deemed Meleken Koppe (American coffee).
Often called 'Kona Typica,' this Guatemalan variety has become the standard for today's Kona's coffee industry.
By 1840 the terms Kona and coffee became forever associated with one another.

For over 170 years now, Kona coffee beans have been cultivated on a small volcanic area of about 2 x 20 miles around the district of Kona.
The sloping hills of the volcanic mountains, Mauna Loa, Mauna Kea and Hualalai, protect the coffee trees from the trade winds.
The Kona district has a unique microclimate with predictable afternoon cloud cover shades for the beans as they grow;
gentle afternoon summer rains naturally irrigate the beans as they mature.
These perfect growing conditions produce a world renown taste that's rich and smooth without a bitter after taste.

With some farms perched as high as 3,200 feet above sea level, harvesting occurs year round and yields some of worlds' the best beans
- also referred to as cherries because of their red color when they mature.
The majority of the around 700 coffee farms are small, family run or lifestyle operations of 2-5 acres.
Larger estates and farms boast more than 100 acres of land.
Some crops are planted on steep slopes up to 70 degrees.

Unfortunate the high altitude and rugged sloping hills translate to increased labor costs since the cherries must be hand picked.
Coffee is a state wide industry, with plantations also on the islands of Kauai, Maui, Molokai and Oahu where growers can use
machines to remove the cherries from the trees.
On the Big Island of Hawaii, farmers are forced to harvest the traditional way, hand picking the ripe cherries only, one by one,
resulting in a better tasting coffee contrary to machines harvested crops that might contain cherries in all sizes and ripening stage.

Although the result is a high end priced coffee no farmer is getting rich.
Harvesting these Kona coffee plantations has always been laborious, from planting to picking, raking the drying the beans on racks.
This all done by hand.
To generate a sellable pound of coffee beans requires 7 pound of raw cherries.
The lengthy process starts with a pulping machine that removes the tiny beans at the center of the cherry.
Next the beans ferment in water, then are put on drying racks in the sun.
Finally the beans are milled to remove the parchment skin, leaving the green beans to be graded and roasted.

Native Hawaiians and Chinese laborers first worked the large coffee estates owned by Caucasians during the mid - late 1800s.
When the world coffee market crashed in 1899, the large coffee farms shifted to small Japanese owned family farms.
As the plantations disbanded, land was divided into small 3-5 acres parcels and leased to the laborers.
The cost of these early leases were one-half of the crop, and by 1910 only Japanese family owned coffee farms survived.

What is organic?


Based on U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) guidelines Organic Foods are grown and processed
without the use of pesticides or chemicals.
They come from farms that strive for a sustainable balance with nature by avoiding genetic engineering and
using natural methods of replenishing soil fertility.
After harvest, the foods are processed without artificial ingredients, preservatives or irradiation.
National Organic Standards set by the USDA, allow the use of "100% Organic" on foods that incorporate only
organic ingredients and "Organic" on products that are least 95% organic by weight.

Mahalo for supporting Hawaiian Coffee farmers  -  Fair trade coffee.

Flavored coffee creamers can harm your health.   Drink your Kona coffee black!   -   It's not bitter but smooth.


Most coffee creamers seem so innocent because they are added to coffee in small amounts.
What coffee drinkers usually don't realize is that the majority of coffee creamers contain hydrogenated oils,
which are trans fats that can actually harm our heart health by lowering our good cholesterol and
increasing our bad cholesterol while providing additional, empty calories.
Since this is likely a daily habit, with multiple cups of coffee, the small amounts can add up to a big health risk.
Skip the creamer and drink your coffee black to make your diet healthier today. Kona Coffee is smooth, not bitter.

One serving of Coffee-mate Extra Sweet & Creamy and you are putting in more than one tablespoon - 40 calories,
9 percent of your daily saturated fat, and six grams of sugar.

The smooth finish of Kona coffee makes it the type of coffee that anyone, including those who prefer coffee with milk or creamer,
could easily drink black without the bitterness that is common in coffees from other areas.
Coffee Brewing Tips.

There's more to brewing a great cup of coffee than boiling the water. Here are tips from the Hawaiian experts.

1. Use good water.
Always use cold and preferably filtered water and your coffee will never be tainted by old copper pipes or chemical off-tastes.

2. Use the right water temperature at brewing time
.
For pourover brewing, boil the water, then let it cool for minute. Ideally this is 195 degrees to 205 degrees. If you pour in boiling water, it’s too hot and causes bitterness. If you don’t use water hot enough, the coffee flavor won’t extract properly from your beans.

3. Match the right grind for your brewing system.

The type of grind is selected by understanding the duration of contact between water and the ground coffee.
   Old-Fashioned Drip
– Coarse
   Pressed Coffee – Medium to Coarse. French press
   Espresso – Very Fine
   Ibrik (Turkish Pot) – Super Fine.

4. Measure Carefully.

2 level teaspoons or 2 ounces(volume) to 6 ounces of water is perfect. A standard restaurant commercial brewer takes approximately 2 ounces(weight) of ground coffee per 10 to 12 cup pot.

5. Avoid over-extracting
. Experiment with your brewing system and the quantity you regularly brew to reach the right balance. The balance you are looking for will brew a cup that is not harsh or bitter. Remember that you shouldn’t keep coffee in the press pot too long. It will over-extract and cause unpleasant bitterness.
Tips for Cleaning the Coffeemaker.

Red-eyed morning rush for that first cup of Kona coffee can lead to spills.
Repeated abuse during the morning rush makes the coffeemaker probably the most neglected appliance - at home and in the office.
Sometimes it's those appliances that are used many times a day that accumulate the most germs and dirt - and the least TLC.
Think back now: When was the last time you gave the coffee carafe a thorough cleaning - also on the inside?
When was it the last time that some one in the office had time to clean the inside of the coffee maker?

The mineral and coffee oil buildup in a coffeemaker can actually be making your precious Kona coffee taste terribly bitter.
That iss not a way to start the day.
To brew a fresh cup of Kona coffee follow a few steps that will get the coffeemaker back into tip-top condition.

•    Fill the water chamber with equal parts water and white vinegar. Start the brew cycle.

•    Halfway through the brew cycle, turn off the coffeemaker and let it sit for 30 minutes.
This wait time will give the vinegar a chance to do its job, which is cleaning and disinfecting the inside of the appliance.
When the time is up, turn the coffeemaker back on and let it complete its cycle. Let it cool down.

•    Pour cool water into the water chamber and run the machine again without stopping. Let it cool.
Repeat two or three cycles of clean water to make sure all the vinegar is removed - that can taste more bitter than the burnt-on coffee oils.

•    Once the carafe and coffee maker have cooled, wash the inside and outside of the carafe with warm water and dishwashing liquid using a dish sponge.
Next, turn back to the countertop appliance and thoroughly wipe down the entire outside, paying extra attention to crevices and buttons.
Now is the time to clean off any last sticky spot that might be left over from a morning spill.

•    Dry both the coffeemaker and carafe thoroughly with a soft towel. All Done!