This island has it all: fiery volcanoes and sparkling waterfalls, black-lava deserts and snowcapped mountain peaks, tropical rainforests and alpine meadows, a glacial lake and miles of golden, black, and even green-sand beaches. Kona is known for its five-star resorts, celebrity-designed golf courses, pristine beaches, and spectacular aquatic attractions. Throughout the year, Kona is host to dozens of international sporting events like The Iron Man World Championships, The Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament, the PGA and Senior PGA. Kona’s major claim to fame is, of course, its coffee. Among connoisseurs, Kona coffee is considered to be the platinum of coffees. Kona’s one-of-a kind environmental make-up has made its coffee an industry standard. The name of our estate-grown coffee, Kona de Pele, is in homage to the unique region and its volcanic-rich conditions.
The Kona coffee farms are nestled on the sloping volcanic hills of Hawaii’s golden west coast. The farms rest on the black lava rocks which represent the Goddess Pele’s flowing black hair from the Volcano summit.