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 Kona Coffee is Hawaii’s Hidden Gem 
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Kona Coffee is Hawaii’s Hidden Gem
by: Dickson Yan

One of the most popular coffees in the world is Kona coffee. If you have never tasted it, you’ll be surprised to find out that even non-coffees drinkers find Kona coffee delightful. Hailing from the Big Island of Hawaii, it was brought there in the nineteenth century by Brazillian explorers. Today, you can find hundreds of small coffee farms in Hawaii that grow this glorious bean. In fact, it is so popular, there are even different types of Kona coffee, with the most popular being the peaberry version. You can decipher peaberry from the rest by its small coffee beans.

You may find that you may have to go through a small expense to have Kona coffee delivered straight to your door, and if you are serious about Kona coffee, you might as well do it right. If you decide to go down this path, it is strongly recommended that you buy the beans and not the pre-ground coffee. While it may be more convenient, the beans truly maintain much more of their flavor and aroma if they are consumed immediately after they are ground. It is strongly recommended to only grind one press full at a time, as that is about the capacity for consumption over the course of the day, and pressing anything more than one day in advance is a recipe for stale coffee.

If you’re looking to use a coffee press to make your coffee, you put the coffee in the bottom and pour hot water into the jar. Let it brew for a minimum of 4-5 minutes, then push down on the plunger. This filters the coffee, keeping the ground near the bottom of the press. At a tiny price of $30, you can’t go wrong with purchasing one of these at the store.

Getting back to Kona coffee: if you do decide to buy it, be sure it is 100% pure Kona, and not a Kona blend. Blends are exactly that: a little bit of Kona and a little bit of something else. Usually the something else is very cheap, sometimes stale, coffee. Lastly, if you’ve never tried Kona before, it is recommended that you purchase an 8oz. bag to start. This way, if you do not like the taste (God knows why), you will not be heavily invested.

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