Do not buy coffee without a roast date on the bag! If there’s no roast date, it’s because the roaster does not want you to know how old it is. And freshness matters.Read More
One comment I get all the time during tours and tastings is "I would buy your coffee if you sold it in a k-cup." And this is frustrating because our coffee will never be available in k-cups for a bunch of reasons.Read More
I always wince when I see coffee stored like this picture - a paper bag in the door of a freezer. That is pretty much the fastest way to ruin good coffee! But it isn't true that you should never put coffee there either. You just have to do it the right way.Read More
For more than six months, we brought woodfired bagels to the Kona Sunset Farmers' Market. When we had our first coffee harvest in the fall of 2015, we stopped going to the Farmers' Markets to focus on marketing and selling our coffee.Read More
We had our first farm-to-table dinner! It was a rustic Italian menu and was a great success. We hope it will be the first of many great dinners at the farm.Read More
Happy 2015 Blogosphere! With the second anniversary of our farm coming up as well as our first coffee harvest around the corner, I thought it was time to reinvigorate this ignored little blog. So that I can resume regular posting, I need to get all of you lovely readers up to speed with some of the great things that have been happening since I last wrote.Read More
A question I get asked a lot by friends and family who haven't been to the farm (and even some who have) is "what is an average day like?" Well, even though all of the days can run together and feel the same, there isn't really an "average day." But here goes anyway!
This first "day in the life" post is Tuesday, August 12th.Read More