The Fresh Brew Club is our coffee subscription. Members will receive their desired amount of coffee every month. Members have the option of paying monthly or pre-paying for the year in advance.
Members of the Fresh Brew Club monthly option can adjust, pause or cancel their subscription at any time. Just send us a note to email@example.com and we can get you squared away.
Our standard grind is set for Auto Drip.
Yes, we can adjust the grinder for your order. Available grind settings for: Coarse (used for French Press), Regular, Electric, Perk, Drip, Auto-Drip (default), Fine, Espresso & Turkish.
Please add a note specifying desired grind when checking out if different from Auto-Drip.
Our coffee is sourced directly from our family farm in Holualoa, HI. To learn more, head to our Story page, or drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our coffee is roasted to order so that you can receive the freshest Kona Coffee possible. In general, we are able to ship within 1-2 business days of receiving your order.
If for any reason your are unhappy with your coffee, please email email@example.com and we will get you taken care of.
We will do what we can to make changes for you. As long as an order has not already been processed, we should be able to sort it out. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your request.
Kona Coffee is an Arabica coffee grown exclusively in the Kona District of Hawaii, USA, on the slopes of the Mauna Loa and Hualalai volcanoes. It is known for its high quality, unique flavor profile, and limited production.
Kona Coffee is unique because it is exclusively grown on the slopes of volcanoes in the Kona District of Hawaii, where the volcanic soil, high altitude, and distinct microclimate create ideal conditions for cultivating high-quality Arabica beans.
"100% Kona Coffee" means that the coffee contains only beans grown in the Kona District of Hawaii without blending or mixing with beans from other regions. It guarantees the coffee's authenticity and purity.
Kona Coffee is grown exclusively on the slopes of the Mauna Loa volcano and Hualalai in the Kona District of Hawaii, USA. This region's volcanic soil, altitude, and climate are ideal for cultivating high-quality coffee beans.
The costs are more expensive because of the limited growing region, high labor costs on small-scale farms, and the required certifications and regulations. All these factors contribute to the higher cost of Kona Coffee than other coffee types.
Kona Blend Coffee is a type of coffee that contains a mix of usually 10% Kona Coffee beans and beans from other origins or regions. We only sell 100% pure, authentic Kona Coffee at Brazen Hazen.
Yes, Kona Coffee is primarily made from Arabica beans. Arabica (Coffea arabica) is the most popular and highly regarded species of coffee worldwide, known for producing high-quality and flavorful coffee beans.
Kona Coffee is known for its smooth, mellow, and well-balanced taste with low acidity. It often exhibits notes of nuttiness, chocolate, and sometimes fruity undertones, making it highly appealing to coffee enthusiasts.
Like most coffees made from Arabica beans, Kona Coffee typically has lower caffeine content than coffees made from Robusta beans. Arabica beans generally contain about 1.2% to 1.5% caffeine, while Robusta beans can contain 2.2% to 2.7% caffeine.
The volcanic soil in the Kona region is rich in minerals, contributing to the coffee beans' unique flavor profile. The high altitude provides a more relaxed environment that promotes slower maturation of the coffee cherries, resulting in more refined flavors.
The State of Hawaii has implemented regulations and a certification program to protect the integrity of Kona Coffee and prevent fraudulent labeling. The label "100% Kona Coffee" means that the coffee you purchase contains only coffee beans grown in the Kona District of Hawaii. This label guarantees the coffee is pure and authentic Kona Coffee, without blending or mixing with beans from other regions.
Store Kona Coffee in an airtight container in a cool, dark place, away from direct sunlight, moisture, and strong odors. Avoid storing coffee in the refrigerator or freezer, as it can absorb odors and smoke.
Brew Kona Coffee using your preferred methods, such as pour-over, French press, or espresso. Adjust the grind size and brewing time to your taste preferences. Fresh, filtered water and the correct coffee-to-water ratio are essential for a flavorful cup.
Kona Coffee is typically harvested from August to January, although the exact timing can vary slightly based on weather conditions and the specific farm's elevation.
Kona Coffee itself does not contain gluten. It is also naturally free of common allergens such as nuts, soy, and dairy. However, flavored or blended coffees may have added ingredients containing allergens, so checking the product label is essential.
Yes, you can subscribe to the Fresh Brew Club to receive fresh Kona Coffee regularly without reordering each time.