Royal Kona Coffee

Written by Linda Alexander
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Royal Kona coffee is a brand name of premium gourmet coffee, and it is also used as a generic term referring to coffee made in the Kona region of Hawaii. Kona is the only place in the U.S. where coffee is grown. Coffee is not native to Hawaii; it was brought there from seeds carried on a British warship.

Visit Royal Kona Coffee Mill

The Royal Kona Coffee Museum and Mill is located in the town of Captain Cook. If you are visiting Hawaii, you can spend time at the museum. They will give you samples of their fresh-roasted coffee. You can also learn about how coffee is grown in this area.

Royal Kona coffee is grown in the rich volcanic soil of the Kona region, on the big island of Hawaii. The tropical climate and nutrient-rich soil make it an excellent place to grow. The beans are high quality, and the coffee is said to have a unique, rich flavor and aroma, one of the best in the world. It got its name because it became the favorite coffee of Hawaiian royalty .

The mild breezes, cloud cover, gentle rain and shade provide an ideal climate for growing gourmet coffee. It is also grown at a lower altitude than in other countries, but does well because of Kona's unique microclimate. When you purchase Kona coffee, be sure to buy a reputable brand that really imports it from Kona. In the past, some companies have lied on their labels, saying their coffee was from Kona when it was not.


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