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Kona Coffee Recipes

by Mary L. on 4/3/2015 4:14:39 AM

Five excellent Kona Coffee recipes. We at Kona Mountain really love these!


From The Seed To The Cup - Part 2

by Mark S. on 3/13/2015 2:59:19 AM

From The Seed To The Cup - Part 2 Kona Mountain coffee's journey from dry milling through roasting.


Kona Coffee From the Seed to the Cup - Part 1

by Mark S. on 3/5/2015 4:58:03 AM

Ever wonder about the entire journey of a coffee bean from the seed to the cup of Kona coffee you enjoy? Here's the first part of the story....


Blended Kona Coffee, Kona Blend Coffee, Estate Kona Coffee

by Mark S. on 2/9/2015 5:22:33 AM

Find out the difference between Kona Blend, Blended Kona Coffee, and Estate Kona Coffee. You might be surprised. But better to be surprised now than after you've bought the wrong bag of Kona Coffee.


Coffee Aroma And Coffee Bags

by Mark S. on 2/4/2015 2:41:22 AM

What's the best way to store coffee... BEFORE you buy it? That is a very important question for buyers of gourmet coffee. Essential for buyers of 100% Kona coffee. Find out the answer in this blog, Coffee Aroma and Coffee Bags/


Caffeine, Roasts, Arabica, Robusta

by Mark S. on 5/30/2014 6:19:09 AM

Caffeine and coffee. There are so many misconceptions. The one I run into the most often is about the roast of a coffee. In the previous bog I talked about taste versus strength, so you know that it is the amount of coffee used to brew it which is the real determining factor for the strength of a cup of coffee, rather than how it's roasted.


How Much Coffee

by Mark S. on 5/30/2014 6:12:21 AM

Sometimes people come up and say, I want your strongest coffee. Actually, I have to chuckle a little bit. Because there is a very wide misconception about what makes coffee 'strong'. People sometimes request that I make them an especially dark roast to give their coffee a really 'strong' taste. Or they'll say, your dark roast is too strong, or even, your medium roast is too strong. Can't you give me a lighter roast? And then they might ask what roast we're 'really' using, because it tastes so much 'stronger' ... or 'lighter'... than when they make it at home.

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