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100 Kona Pure Estates by Paradise Kona
100 Kona Pure Estates by Paradise Kona
100 Kona Pure Estates by Paradise Kona
100 Kona Pure Estates by Paradise Kona
100 Kona Pure Estates by Paradise Kona
100 Kona Pure Estates by Paradise Kona
100 Kona Pure Estates by Paradise Kona
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Paradise in a Mug

#987 100% Kona Pure Estates

8 oz whole bean medium coffee

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You don't have to run through the airport to catch this flight to Hawaii, but you'll still have to move quickly! We're down to the final bags of 100% Pure Estates Kona, an exclusive lot from one of Hawaii’s finest growers and roasters. Don't miss your chance to capture your own sip of Hawaii's finest luxury coffee: Paradise, thy name is Kona.

This Pure Estates lot is Paradise Kona’s highest grade selection, hand-picked from their own coffee farm on the volcanic slopes of Mauna Loa volcano. The super-specific origins of these beans gives this Kona a wine-like taste of the land, and rare clarity of flavor. Roasted light-medium, this coffee is bold, sweet, and slightly floral. The aroma is rich, unmistakable— nothing else commands attention like Hawaiian coffee. At first sip, you’ll taste an exceptionally smooth body, with a syrupy mouthfeel and a dominant flavor profile of nutty, toasted sugars with a hint of spice. A slight hint of fruit lingers in the background, like dappled sunlight between palms. The long finish blooms with aromatic jasmine. Bold, sweet, and rich, this is true Paradise in a mug.

Kona is to coffee what Napa is to wine; with only 1500 acres of growing space on the island, it’s one of the most exclusive coffees in the world. It’s only grown on the west coast of the big island of Hawaii, nestled alongside the Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea volcanoes. The lava-based soil is rich with minerals, well-draining, and the combination of morning sun, misty rainfall, and cool nighttime air creates the perfect conditions for coffee plants to flourish. Hawaiian coffee farms are a time capsule, operated by the same families for multiple generations, with a strong sense of pride and tradition.

Paradise Kona is based in Honolulu, and their network of small, family-run coffee farms spans across the Hawaiian islands. Justin, the owner and founder, originally moved to Hawaii to follow his passion for scuba diving, and fell in love with Hawaiian coffee along the way. In true Aloha spirit, Pure Estate Kona is grown and roasted to organic certification, and all their roasting and packaging facilities operate on 100% renewable solar energy.

Freshly-roasted in Hawaii just days ago, 100% Kona Pure Estates is the closest you can get to the islands, without actually being there. No such thing as lei-away on this coffee... it's your last chance to indulge! We're down to our very last bags of this limited lot, and trust us: this is one HOT cup. Reserve your bag today, before it sells out, and enjoy your own taste of Paradise in a mug.

Available in 8oz bags, as whole bean or freshly-ground, while supplies last. Bean box donates $2 of every bag purchase to the Feeding America® COVID-19 Response Fund.

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Reviews & Ratings

★★★★★ 3 reviews total

★★★★★ ★★★★★ This makes a good, very smooth, very clean tasting cup of coffee. It's definitely nutty, slightly floral and has some spice and a faint smokiness in the background. I found this very unique because of that faint smokiness, yet extremely clean tasting quality. It is quite expensive though.
★★★★★ ★★★★★ Tasted and smelt burnt, the bag had a ton of shattered coffee beans. A total waste of money, although I must add that this is the first Bean Box coffee that has been sub par.
★★★★★ ★★★★★ As soon as I opened the bag, it smelled burnt. Went ahead a brewed a cup, it tasted burnt. Opened up the second bag, same experience. Total waste of $80. Learned my lesson, if I want Kona Coffee purchase directly from a Kona Plantation.