We always love starting our days with a smooth cup of coffee as it always puts a smile on our face! We wanted to put this short list together so that you could wake up with a smile as well and not have to drink another bitter cup of coffee ever again!
Every wonder when is the best time to have that favorite cup of Kona Blend Vanilla Macadamia Nut coffee? Well, it is safe to say that it wont be between 6 AM till 9 AM. Why you might ask? Base on a study by Steven Miller, the human body's circadian clock (your body’s natural 24 hour timekeeping system for biological processes) and the natural release of cortisol (steroid “stress” hormone that boosts alertness) in one day.
Sometimes, coffee fans will call or email about the amount of caffeine Hawaiian Isles Kona Coffee contains in a cup (That is about 95 to 200 mg per 8 oz cup.).
Counting calories is very important for many of us who maintain a healthy lifestyle, this includes everything we consume on a daily bases. A question that we receive often about our product us the amount of calories Hawaiian Isles Coffee contains.
We are always receiving emails and phone calls about how to grid Hawaiian Isles Kona Coffee beans. Depending on what type of coffee brewer you have, you will need to grind you coffee beans a certain way. ilovecoffee.jp had a nice graphic in regards to the types of grinds and which brewing method they are suited for.
With the Holidays fast approaching, it is important to find out when will your Hawaiian Isles Kona Coffee being shipped out will be delivered to your family and friends on time for the holidays.
A common question our customers always inquired about is the expiration date of our products. Hawaiian Isles Kona Coffee Co.'s products are good for one year from the date of production. The imprinted date on our packages shows the month that our product will expire
We can't ship you the beach or the ocean breeze, but you can find a piece of Hawaii in your local super markets and fine retailers on the contiguous US.
Our bags have a one way valve which lets oxygen out but not in. This technology allows for the longest shelf life of coffee.