Sly Mongoose 100-percent PURE Kona Coffee is grown, harvested, roasted, packaged and shipped from South Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Buy Kona Coffee online. Not just any coffe, but 100-percent PURE Kona Coffee, the best tasting coffee on earth! Shipped direct from our humble little coffee farm in Captain Cook to you!
Kona coffee is the market name for coffee (Coffea arabica) cultivated on the slopes of Hualalai and Mauna Loa in the North and South Kona Districts of the Big Island of Hawaii. It is one of the most expensive coffees in the world. Only coffee from the Kona Districts can be described as Kona. The weather of sunny mornings, cloud or rain in the afternoon, little wind and mild nights combined with porous, mineral rich volcanic soil, creates favorable coffee growing conditions. The loanword for coffee in the Hawaiian language is kope
Buy Kona Coffee online. Not just any coffe, but 100-percent pure Kona Coffee, the best tasting coffee bean there is! Only coffee from the Kona Districts can be described as Kona. The weather of sunny mornings, cloud or rain in the afternoon, little wind and mild nights combined with porous, mineral rich volcanic soil, creates favorable coffee growing conditions. Shipped from our coffee farm in Captain Cook to you.
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Our 100-percent pure Kona coffee is grown, picked, pulped, dried, hulled, roasted, packaged & shipped direct from the source in Captain Cook, Hawaii.

Kona coffee blooms in February and March. Small white flowers known as Kona Snow cover the tree.
ABOUT OUR FARM

Our coffee is grown on a beautiful five-acre parcel of land at the bottom of Coffee Drive, perched on a cliff just above Napoopoo Road overlooking Kealakekua Bay, deep in the heart of Captain Cook at the very center of the Kona Coffee Belt.
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Kona coffee blooms in February and March. Small white flowers known as Kona Snow cover the tree.
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coffee season in kona is upon us
The seasons are changing in Hawaii
Some say that you can’t tell the seasons apart in Hawaii, but here it is late August and it is clearly beginning to feel like coffee season. read more
The I'o Hawks (or Hawaiian Hawks) are a daily visitor to our coffee farm in captain cook, hawaii, throughout the month of August
I’o Hawks Soaring Daily in Kona Skies
About every day of August we've spotted at least one Hawaiian Hawk soaring above our coffee farm ... read more
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Kona coffee beans are classified according to seed. Type I beans consist of two beans per cherry, flat on one side, oval on the other. Type II beans consist of one round bean per cherry, otherwise known as a peaberry. Further grading of these two types of beans depends on size, moisture content, purity of bean type and size. The grades of Type I Kona coffee are Kona Extra Fancy, Kona Fancy, Kona Number 1, Kona Select, and Kona Prime. The grades of Type II Kona coffee are Peaberry Number 1 and Peaberry Prime. There is also a lower grade of coffee called Number 3 which can not legally be labeled as Kona.
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Buy Kona Coffee Online! The coffee plant was brought to the Kona district in 1828 by Samuel Reverend Ruggles. The weather of sunny mornings, cloud or rain in the afternoon, little wind and mild nights combined with porous, mineral rich volcanic soil, creates favorable coffee growing conditions. The tradition of family farms has continued throughout Kona.
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Ever wonder just where, exactly, your coffee comes from? Each bag of Sly Mongoose Kona Coffee is shipped with a batch number so you can become so enlightned. Simply find the batch number on the back of your coffee bag, then enter it here.


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