Most coffee cherries contain two coffee beans nestled face to face. That’s why coffeebeans are flat on one side. But, about 3-5% of coffee cherries hold just one small oval-shaped bean instead of two flat-sided beans. These small oval beans are called “peaberry” beans. Peaberry kona coffee is rare simply because nature makes it so. Out of every 100 bags of coffee, only 3-5 bags will be Peaberry.
Coffee aficionados around the world are already aware of just how good Peaberry from the Kona region is, but did you know that the near-neighbors in the Ka’u region are also producing a world-class variety of their own? With our new Peaberry bundle you can join them in tasting some of the best the Big Island of Hawaii has to offer.