POW! WOW! Hawaii! - Dozens of Instagram-worthy murals have transformed Kakaako

POW! WOW! Hawaii! - Dozens of Instagram-worthy murals have transformed Kakaako

Posted by Hawaiian Isles on 4/10/2019 to Best of Hawaii
Every spring for the past nine years, POW! WOW! Hawaii puts on a street art festival that attracts hundreds of local and international artists to paint dozens of murals in Oahu’s urban neighborhood of Kakaako. It gets bigger and better every year. This colorful event has reached critical mass over the years to the point where amazing murals have totally transformed this industrial neighborhood into a modern Honolulu attraction.
Kapiolani Community College Farmers’ Market

Kapiolani Community College Farmers’ Market

Posted by Hawaiian Isles on 4/4/2019 to Best of Hawaii
Hawaii’s farmers markets have existed nearly as long as island farms and ranches. From plantation era trading and selling to today’s flashier gatherings showcasing agriculture and aquaculture bounty from across the islands, these colorful markets serve up a delicious opportunity to savor the flavors of the Hawaii. Oahu’s mega-popular KCC Farmers Market, where you can meet farmers and innovators who are turning trends into a way of life.
Happy Prince Kuhio Day! - Celebrating Hawaii’s Last Reigning Prince

Happy Prince Kuhio Day! - Celebrating Hawaii’s Last Reigning Prince

Posted by Hawaiian Isles on 3/21/2019 to Best of Hawaii
The Prince made such monumental achievements that he remains one of only two crown heads of state to be honored with an official holiday. The “Citizen Prince” lived a very unique life that helped him shape Hawaii. Here are 10 reasons that Prince Kuhio deserves his own holiday!
Top 10 Facts That Make The Hawaiian Islands So Unique

Top 10 Facts That Make The Hawaiian Islands So Unique

Posted by Hawaiian Isles on 3/8/2019 to Best of Hawaii
It goes without saying that the state of Hawaii is truly one of the most unique among our country’s 50. Not only is Hawaii the only island state in the U.S., but the Hawaiian Archipelago is also the longest island chain in the world. Here are 10 more fun facts about Hawaii that will help make you a Hawaii trivia whiz!
The Romance of Valentine’s Day in Hawaii

The Romance of Valentine’s Day in Hawaii

Posted by Hawaiian Isles on 2/7/2019 to Best of Hawaii
Most people agree that Hawaii is one of the most romantic places on Earth. Celebrating Valentine’s Day in the Hawaiian Islands is pure magic. Here's list of six top romantic Hawaii Valentine’s Day ideas to help keep the sparks alive with your ku’uipo! (sweetheart)
Hawaii Whale Watching Cruises & Excursions - What To Consider Before You Book

Hawaii Whale Watching Cruises & Excursions - What To Consider Before You Book

Posted by Hawaiian Isles on 2/1/2019 to Hawaii See & Do
Each of the major Hawaiian Islands features a dozen-plus tour companies that operate Hawaii winter whale watching cruises. That said, it’s often hard to figure out which ocean adventure is best for you and your traveling companions. Here's a handy list of things to consider before you book.
Hawaii’s best places to spot humpback whales from the shore

Hawaii’s best places to spot humpback whales from the shore

Posted by Hawaiian Isles on 1/11/2019 to Best of Hawaii
While seasonal whale watching cruises are a favorite activity among visitors and even locals, you can also spot these marvels from lots of shoreline locations that are easily accessible and absolutely FREE!
Hau`oli Makahiki Hou! - Eight New Year’s traditions in Hawaii

Hau`oli Makahiki Hou! - Eight New Year’s traditions in Hawaii

Posted by Hawaiian Isles on 12/27/2018 to Stories Of Aloha
While Hawaii residents may hold to New Year’s traditions like singing “Auld Lang Syne” and setting off fireworks, the state’s diverse ethnic cultures ring in the New Year with foods considered to bring good luck. Traditions and superstitions range from Japanese mochi pounding for good luck to Filipino Pancit consumption to grant a long life.

Here’s a look at eight New Year’s traditions in Hawaii that shed light on how culture plays into annual festivities.
Sand-Ta Claus has returned to the Sheraton Waikiki!

Sand-Ta Claus has returned to the Sheraton Waikiki!

Posted by Hawaiian Isles on 12/20/2018 to Best of Hawaii
Sandsational Sand Sculpting has carved yet another gigantic set of sand sculptures for the Sheraton Waikiki
Meet The Hawaiian Isles Kona Coffee Ohana!

Meet The Hawaiian Isles Kona Coffee Ohana!

Posted by Hawaiian Isles Kona Coffee Co. on 12/16/2018 to Coffee Questions
Want to Learn More About Our Different Coffees?
Hawaiian Imu Turkeys - Digging Into Hawaii’s Thanksgiving Tradition

Hawaiian Imu Turkeys - Digging Into Hawaii’s Thanksgiving Tradition

Posted by Hawaiian Isles on 11/8/2018 to Best of Hawaii
Learn how Kailua High School athletes use a giant imu oven to steam hundreds of Thanksgiving turkeys at once.
Contest Time! - Guess which team will draft Josh Jackson!

Contest Time! - Guess which team will draft Josh Jackson!

Posted by Hawaiian Isles on 4/18/2018 to Misc
Contest Time! Guess which team will draft Josh Jackson to score some FREE coffee and autographed sports gear from our brand ambassador Josh Jackson! Best of luck everyone!!!!
Remembering Duke Kahanamoku

Remembering Duke Kahanamoku

Posted by Hawaiian Isles on 1/24/2018 to Best of Hawaii
Say Aloha to Duke Kahanamoku. Hawaii’s Ambassador of Aloha & Father of Modern Surfing. On Kuhio Beach, a bronze statue of Duke Kahanamoku welcomes everyone to Waikiki with open arms and it's one of the most popular attractions in Hawaii.
Discover the Local’s Favorite for Real Fruit Shave Ice at Lemona!

Discover the Local’s Favorite for Real Fruit Shave Ice at Lemona!

Posted by Hawaiian Isles on 7/19/2017 to Misc
Hawaiian Shave Ice Naturally Served at Lemona!

You’ve had your share of Hawaiian Shave ice in the islands but now it’s time to learn about one of the most unknown yet delicious places right here in Waikiki, Oahu!
Top 10 Gift ideas for Fathers who Love Kona Coffee

Top 10 Gift ideas for Fathers who Love Kona Coffee

Posted by Hawaiian Isles on 6/8/2017 to Hawaii Holidays
Does your dad love coffee gadgets almost as much as he loves Kona Coffee? Looking for something unique? We have you covered! We’ve rounded up some the best selling and top rated coffee gift ideas for every type of Dad.
Five Things from Hawaii That Will Get You Back On a Plane!

Five Things from Hawaii That Will Get You Back On a Plane!

Posted by Hawaiian Isles on 4/22/2017 to Best of Hawaii
Even though we locals are spoiled with being so lucky to live here in Hawaii, we are still able to appreciate the amazing-ness that is Hawaii and can see why millions of people come to visit our home every year!
Home-Made and Naturally Colored Easter Eggs using Kona Coffee!

Home-Made and Naturally Colored Easter Eggs using Kona Coffee!

Posted by Hawaiian Isles on 4/12/2017 to Hawaii Holidays
Coloring Easter Eggs with natural ingredients is always safer than using harsh chemicals. Did you know you can use coffee products such as Hawaiian Isles Kona Coffee to color your eggs too?

Chocolate & Love.....

Posted by Harris on 2/6/2016 to Misc
Chocolate and love have been a sweet couple since early times. Although legend says it was a gift from the gods, Cacao beans are widely considered Mexico’s culinary contribution to the world.
Origins of Kona Coffee

Origins of Kona Coffee

Posted by Louis Law on 2/11/2015 to Coffee Questions
Samuel Reverend Ruggles was not just man of faith but the very person Kona Coffee attributes to it's unique success to. Back in 1828, Reverend Ruggles was in the islands to share his faith and also brought along some coffee plants from the  Brazillian genus and over many generations has become the Kona coffee we love to drink today.


Caffeine Facts about Coffee

Posted by Louis Law on 9/16/2014 to Coffee Questions

1988 Volkswagen Scirocco that converts about 56 cups of espressos per mile.

Posted by Louis Law on 9/5/2014 to Misc
I'm not sure if you want to use Hawaiian Isles Kona Coffee to run a car. But a bunch of creative inventors in the UK decided to convert a 1988 Volkswagen Scirocco that converts about 56 espressos per mile.


Helping Puna with Hawaiianisles.com

Posted by Louis Law on 8/20/2014 to New Release and Updates
Hawaiian Isles Kona Coffee Co. is working with the Hawaiʻi Island United Way to make a difference with every bag of coffee we sell this week. Starting from 8/20 through 8/26, a portion of proceeds from all 10 oz and 24 oz bags of coffee sold through hawaiianisles.com will be donated to the Hawaiʻi Island United Way to provide assistance to the residents of Puna who need help the most. 

Reusable K Cup filters

Posted by Louis Law on 7/24/2014 to Coffee Questions
A common question from our Hawaiian isles Kona Coffee fans is how to get our delicious Limited Flavor coffee or 100% Kona into my Keurig/ Keurig compatible Single Serve brewers?

Fear not, over the years as the Single Serve brewers gains popularity in homes and offices, there are a number of reusable filters on the market to allow you to enjoy that cup of Decaf Kona blends to 100% Pure Kona.  

Coffee Plantations on Hawaii Island

Posted by Louis Law on 4/28/2014 to Misc

Kona coffee grown exclusively in north and south Kona is a rare commodity. High elevation, constant cloud coverage and rich volcanic soil from Hualalai Volcano in the upland slopes of Kona create an ideal environment for harvesting this unique Hawaiian coffee bean.

DIY Custom Coffee Mugs For Mother's day

Posted by Louis Law on 4/23/2014 to Misc

Aloha Hawaiian Isles Kona Coffee Fans!

Finding the right gift for Mother's Day is always a bit challenging for many of us. Laurenconrad.com has a great gift idea for our mothers who are Kona coffee lovers!