Aloha, coffee lover! Did you know Hawaii has 137 islands in total? Or that it’s the only US state where coffee is grown commercially? Or that Fresh Roasted Coffee is the best place to get 100% Maui and Kona coffee? Well, you do now! Hawaiian coffee is grown at lower elevations, but don’t let that fool you. Hawaii’s plethora of volcanoes make for nutrient-rich soil that coffee plants thrive in. Because of this, Hawaiian coffee tends to be softer and milder with stone fruit and floral notes. Since there’s much to talk about, let’s start on Hawaii’s big island with Kona.