Hawaiian Isles coffee review.
Hawaiian Isles coffee is a fine blend of Kona and Arabica coffee artfully roasted to produce a smooth tasting coffee.
Preferred by coffee drinkers because of Kona coffee's renown flavor, aroma and smooth taste,
blended with excellent coffees from Africa, Indonesia, Brazil or Colombia.
Kona coffee adds that exquisite silky smooth taste to foreign coffees
at an affordable price for one of the world’s most expensive coffees.
Some experiment and blend their own coffees with 100% Hawaiian Isles coffee or mix
the Kona Classic coffee with a Kona Sunrise coffee into a medium dark roast.
Others find Hawaiian Isles coffee blends more enjoyable with tropical flavors like
Hawaii’s Macadamia nut, Vanilla, Chocolate and Hazelnut.
Your family and friends will notice the tropical aromas from Hawaiin Isles blended
coffee when you switch on your coffee brewer….
Many customers have tried Hawaiian Isles coffee and never went back
to their prior brand again, thereby supporting American coffee farmers.
In September 2012 Hawaiian Isles Kona Coffee Co. changed the look and format off their 10oz packs.
The new look has a larger flavor signage and the packs are shorter, wider and thicker.
Same volume. Same great Kona flavor. Same great value.
Creating a perfect cup of Hawaiian Isles coffee.
TIP - Preheating thick coffee cups or coffee mugs -filled with water- in the microwave for one minute prevents
that your coffee does not cool off immediately when pouring and stays warm longer.
When using Hawaiian Isles coffee, the most important element of a great cup of coffee is the water.
If your water is high in mineral content or impurities, a good choice is to switch to a quality bottled water or water filter.
To brew use a French Press or high-grade drip coffee maker with unbleached - bleach free natural paper coffee filters.
For peak flavor use one measuring spoon ( two level tablespoons) of ground coffee for every six ounces of cold water.
For milder coffee, add slightly more water before brewing.
And, don’t forget to take the coffee off the warming plate when it’s done brewing.
Coffee left on the warming plate will continue to “cook”. Instead, pour any coffee that’s left over into a thermal pot,
preferably one with a vacuum seal. Some brewers are now available with a thermal pot instead of a warmer plate.
It also pays to pre-heat the thermal pot with hot tap water for about 5 minutes.
Once brewed, remove the coffee filter and coffee grounds to prevent bitterness.
For best results, keep coffee warm (190 degrees) and serve within 30 minutes.
Relax and enjoy Hawaii's favorite coffee.
Consume your Hawaiian Isles Chefs' Signature coffees or Kona Classic coffee immediately after brewing.
To keep your coffee at its maximum freshness and to extend its flavor life, store it in the foil bag OR
in an airtight container in a cool dark place such as cupboard or pantry.
If you plan to keep your coffee longer than two weeks without opening, store it in your freezer.
The one-way 'flavor valve' locks out air and seals in freshness. Protected from moisture and oxygen.
Due to air pressure changes during shipping, some bags may change shape and become hard.
This does not affect flavor or freshness. Simply open the bag and the grinds return to their original loose condition.