Near O‘ahu’s North Shore, at 600-700 feet above sea level, between the towns of Wahiawā and Waialua, you’ll find 155 acres of Arabica ‘Typica’ coffee. O‘ahu coffee has been described as a smooth, mellow, well-balanced cup with a medium body, clean finish, hint of chocolate and a pleasant, lingering aftertaste.
Growing Area: ~160 acres
The majority of the acres belong to a single farm on the island’s north shore. The smaller portion of acreage belongs to an agricultural research company that harvests a fraction of its fields for commercial use.
Tasting notes: milk chocolate, sweet, fruit, floral.