^ Rooster Farms Organic Kona Coffee ^

Hawaiian Coffee

We are the oldest certified organic coffee farm in the United States.

Hawaiian grade coffee is coffee that was too small or not quite the exact grading to be called Kona coffee. Please read the grading guide to kona coffee here However Hawaiian Coffee is still coffee grown in Kona Hawaii and roasted in our farm right in Kona!

Hawaiian coffee retains the rich volcanic flavor of Kona coffee though it does not have the same thick texture. Still, even the smaller beans from Kona are larger and sweeter than beans from other regions. This is not off-grade coffee.

Our coffee is freshly roasted in small batches, on our vintage Sivetz roaster. The average age of the batch is 3-7 days old at most! You are purchasing very fresh coffee that is not comparable to store bought coffee. We roast our coffee to order, and it is always made with much Aloha :)

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100% Hawaiian coffee artisan-roasted on our award winning Kona coffee farm:

Hawaiian Coffee, Kona-Grown


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Hawaiian Coffee, Kona-Grown


On Big Island


Hawaiian Coffee, Kona-Grown


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How do yoU Brew?

Please check back very soon for Brewing Kits, Gift Sets, and a tasty choice of the many brewing methods that are taking the coffee world by storm! There is no Right Way to brew -- only what tastes best for you, perhaps even just for the moment! [ We alternate occasionally but are especially fans of the Pour Over method and Turkish Style coffee, depending on the taste-mood of the day ]

1. Pour-Over Method 2. French Press 3. Turkish Coffee 4. Cold Brew 5. Aeropress 6. Stovetop Percolator

1- Liked for its customizability for the perfect cup - rich taste or lighter brew; single cup or a carafe. Works well with a few types of grinds;

2- Retains more naturally occurring oils for a smooth and flavorful brew;

3- Not for the faint of tongue; a powder-fine grind is boiled in directly, becoming the best part at the end of the cup. Add cardamom for unique flavor

4- There is much debate to get the 'right' cold brew; we like to keep it simple and leave the brew in the refrigerator overnight for 8 hours or more.

5- According to some passionate coffee-lovers, this might be the ultimate coffee brew. Your taste buds will tell you whether or not it is for you!

6- One of the earliest and still one the very tastiest methods to get a simple espresso or coffee brew. A very rich and smooth cup results.