Our ancestor trees, the first trees planted here over 180 years ago from Ethiopia via Guatemala, a lineage from parent tree to baby Keiki tree.
Our farm flourishes just beneath the ancient rain forest in the lush Honaunau valley at 1500 feet.
Originally planted by highly skilled Japanese farmers who designed and terraced the land.
This farm supports many trees that range from 60 to 115 years old. This coffee is only from those trees.
Crafted and nurtured with passionate dedication, weaving flavors and aromas we usually only find in our dreams.
Dark cherry and stone fruits, almonds & chocolates. A deeply rich and complex coffee from our oldest trees.
Prior to roasting its beans, Fire Island Coffee, sorts its 100% Kona beans based on size, color, imperfections, and purity. For this reason, we think it should be the first step in choosing your ideal coffee. After you choose your bean size, you will be able to choose the roast or blend you prefer.
Peaberry Coffee is the rarest of the rare in Kona Hawaiian Coffee. Peaberry Kona Coffee beans comprise less than 10% of the yearly harvest of 100% Kona Coffee. The small, cylindrical Peaberry coffee beans roast particularly well and uniformly due to their compact shape.
Kona coffee is graded on moisture, size of the bean, color, lack of imperfections, and purity. These big beautiful Kona extra fancy beans were ripened in the largest and juiciest coffee cherries, which means full bodied flavors and low acidity. These beans are fairly rare among the kona coffee beans and usually account for about 20% of what a crop will produce, but because of our deep soil, Extra Fancy beans make up about 35% of our crop.