10% Royal Blend Cupping Series.
Each package, you can enjoy 3 to 4 cups.
They are all Hawaii grown coffee.
Great for souvenir or gift.
Kaua'i (SW:1 / SO:2 / BO:2 / BI: 3)
Kaua’i coffee has a subtle bitter and sour aftertaste.
Waialua (SW:2 / SO:4 / BO:2 / BI:3)
With the perfect amount of sourness, mellow aroma, and smooth flavor, Waialua coffee has a refreshing aftertaste. This coffee is highly valued because of this coffee’s small harvest.
Molokai (SW:2 / SO:1 / BO:4 / BI:5)
Moloka’i coffee is a well-balanced coffee with a full-bodied, bitter taste
Maui (Sw:3 / SO:2 / BO:4 / BI:4)
Fruity flavor with a subtle sourness, mellow aroma from the roasting method, and the refreshing sweetness.
Kona (SW:2 / SO:5 / BO:3 / BI:4)
Ideal conditions of nutritious volcanic soil and perfect climate with moderate rainfalls produce coffee with a sour taste that is easy to swallow.
Ka'u (SW:4 / SO:3 / BO:3 / BI:4)
Compared with Kona coffee, Ka’u coffee is less sour, and rich in sweetness. This coffee is recently the award-winner at the Hawaii Cupping Contest.
Hilo (SW:2 / SO:4 / BO:2 / BI:1)
Dark roasting Hilo coffee accents the rich aroma and the satisfying full-bodied aftertaste.
Launa Hawaiian Coffee
~Taste the Islands, Discover the Difference~
When you think of Hawaiian coffee, Kona Coffee comes to mind.
Kona Coffee is known as one of the world’s Big Three Coffee Brands (Blue Mountain, Kilimanjaro, and Kona).
However, LAUNA HAWAIIAN COFFEE offers various types of coffee made in Hawaii besides Kona Coffee.
― Storage ―
Coffee is the best stored in an airtight container.
Coffee freshness and flavor is preserved when it is stored away from moisture, heat, and light.
The best place to store at home is the freezer (storing in the refrigerator is not recommended because of the ability of coffee to absorb smells from surrounding foods.)
The freezer is an ideal place, where light, temperature, and moisture are maintained throughout all the seasons.
However, once the coffee is removed from the freezer, it will become soggy quickly. due to condensation.
Dividing the coffee into small, single-use portion is recommended.