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Rusty's Hawaiian 2021 Coffee Ka'u Classic Max 46% OFF Single Origin Roast Dark

Rusty's Hawaiian Coffee, Ka'u Classic Dark Roast, Single Origin

$32

Rusty's Hawaiian Coffee, Ka'u Classic Dark Roast, Single Origin

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Size:1 Pound (Pack of 1)

Of our three types of Classic coffees, this one is the smoothest. The dark roast softens this coffee’s brightness and brings out more hints of chocolate. Otherwise, it shares the characteristics of the Classic Medium Roast. This coffee consists of the Typica variety, grown in the rich soil and cool climate of the Mauna Loa volcano’s southern slope. Taste: Chocolate and berries, with citrus notes Roast: Dark Varieties and Processing Methods: Typica, washed and sun dried Altitude: 1,600-2,100 feet (500-650 meters) - ABOUT RUSTY'S HAWAIIAN COFFEE - When Rusty and Lorie Obra started their Hawaiian coffee farm in 1999, they stumbled upon an award-winning coffee region. Of course, they didn't know it at the time. The couple simply wanted to live in the Ka'u District, the southern side of the Big Island known for the Green Sand Beach near Ka Lae (South Point), the Punalu'u Black Sand Beach, and the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Rusty, a retired chemist, arrived first. He took over 12 acres of an old sugarcane farm on the slope of the Mauna Loa volcano and started planting coffee trees. Lorie, a medical technologist, soon sold their New Jersey home and followed him to Hawaii. The couple quickly expanded their business to become farmers, processors and roasters of coffee. Because of their science background, the two ran their farm like a laboratory. They started testing different processing methods and roasts, looking for ones that would bring out the best flavors in their coffee. Then Rusty died in 2006, leaving Lorie at a crossroads. Could she handle the business - with all of its manual labor - on her own? Lorie thought about selling the farm, but she couldn't let go of Rusty's dream: to make Ka'u coffee some of the best in the world.

Rusty's Hawaiian Coffee, Ka'u Classic Dark Roast, Single Origin

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