Ka paka ua o ke ola
Meaning “raindrops of life” in the Hawaiian language, it reflects the most precious of sources fundamental in the creation of the coffee bean: Water.
The Trade Winds bring copious rains to the east side of the island where Mauna Loa, the largest shield volcano in the world, stands in magnificence. As it flows down the slopes, water gets naturally filtered through the porous lava rock, picking up rich minerals and organic nutrients along the way.
Early Hawaiians cherished this area for the abundance and easy access to such pristine source. We follow in their footsteps by allowing this natural irrigation to trickle down and permeate our fields.
Ultimately, it all shines through in an exquisitely clean cup with moderate acidity, warm notes of chocolate and nougat, suggestions of lime, and a sweet and smooth aftertaste.