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Country Samurai Coffee Co.
In response to 141260: Kona coffee, posted by Carol L2 on Sunday, 27 August 2017, at 8:54 a.m.
You get what you pay for. If you are giving as gifts, don't skimp on price, a true coffee lover will know the difference. Country Samurai Coffee Co in the village across from the seawall is what I always recommend. They are organic farmers, a family business. The highest and the best grades of Kona coffee are pricey but there is a difference to the educated taste buds. Maybe you'll luck out and meet Sharlene who will explain it all to you, she is very personable. Her husband Walter is too altho' he's usually working the farm. Other family members may be running the store too. I have bought "cheaper" Kona coffee and it wasn't as fresh and fragrant, I ended up putting the beans in the compost. Country Samurai has a website. I'm sure there are many local farmers with excellent Kona coffee, just be aware that a low price may not be the best quality. Kona coffee is expensive and a treat, not a daily habit for most of us who live here - unless we grow our own.
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