Rare and exclusive mocha microlot - Pure Arabian Mocha from a single mountain region, a single crop, and select ripe coffee cherry.
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This China green tea’s flavor balances the ethereal fragrance, like drinking the nectar of fresh flowers.
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The region known as Kona on Hawaii's big island has been synonymous with superb coffee for more than 150 years. Steep volcanic hillsides and a microclimate of sunny mornings and cloudy afternoons create the perfect conditions for cultivating smooth, sweet-flavored beans.
Follow the Old Mamalahoa Highway, and you'll see coffee growing on both sides of the road — but the best comes from the mauka, or mountain side. That's where the trees reach their natural willowy height, requiring harvesters to pull the ripe cherries closer with hooks. We think the refined flavors of these beans make them well worth the extra effort. That's why only the highest grown, highest quality Kona from a single estate on the mauka goes into this reserve. The taste is mild and mellow, with a hint of tropical sweetness; it's like Hawaiian hospitality in a cup.
Like our other reserve coffees, Kona is only available in limited quantities — 1/2-lb. bags — and roasted to order just once a week, exclusively on Wednesdays. We do this to make sure it's as fresh as possible when you receive it. Orders must be placed on or before each Tuesday, and are shipped within 24 hours of roasting. You also have the option of choosing a future Wednesday shipment at checkout.
5 of 7 Reviews |
Perfect in every way. Under-roasting coffee seems to be in vogue, but not here. Mr. Peet knew what he was doing. Any other Kona that I've tried tastes like some kind of iced tea.
Damn good cup, but alas Peets dark roasts everything. Although this is the lightest Peets I've seen, the roast does cover up a lot of the flavor. I got a deal on Peets cards at Costco, so had to try some coffee other than my own home roast.
This has to be one of my all time best coffees I've ever tasted. Not sure how best to describe it but toasted almonds and perhaps salted caramel ... absolutely buttery smooth. Loved it...worth the money.
Dark roasting is the main reason I don't buy peet's Kona, price being the other reason. I buy Kona elsewhere and can order it light roasted or dark. I get a pound of each and mix them together, the taste is outstanding.
Kona is a delicate, but intricate coffee. Prepare with a press pot to fully enjoy the layers.
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