Let's start off the new year right with the perfect cup of coffee. We do receive a lot of inquiries about how to use our coffee products. How much grinds to the ratio of water to brew a cup to a gallon of coffee for a family gathering.
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.
It's summer time again and it's going to be a hot one. What better way to enjoy your favorite Kona coffee brew in the summer? Of course a nicely brew with Ice. However, coffee is a fragile potion, sensitive to brewing techniques and extreme temperatures. As a result, iced coffee is often acrid, sour, flat or disappointingly weak. Happily, these pitfalls can be avoided with a little practice and attention to detail.
I was reading an article on Instrucables website on how the brew a stronger cup of K-Cup (Single Serve) with your used cup and a reusable filter sold for the popular Keurig single serve makers.
An article written by gojimi explains how to use your old cups to create a stronger brew when you use your old cups.* Base on gojimi's steps, the pressure created by the old cup will allow a stronger brew when you are enjoying regular coffees in the Keurig / Single Serve makers.
How do you enjoy your Hawaiian Isles Kona Coffees? How do you brew that favorite cup of Joe (Or Hawaiian Joe.)?
Since this is a common question among our fans, I would like to share with you some of the methods you can brew your favorite 100% Pure Kona or Flavored Kona Blends.
7 Common Items to Remove Coffee Stains
Aloha Hawaiian Isles Kona Coffee Lovers! I've been receiving a lot of emails and phone calls about what type of coffee grinders should one buy to enjoy our Kona or Blended coffees.