Direct from our fields. Parry Estate: Kona's largest coffee plantation. Parry Estate State certified. Customer satisfaction is our number one priority. I guarantee it! - John Parry, President. Gold Coffee Company. www.goldcoffee.com. A blend of Hawaiian Kona and other high mountain estate grown Arabica coffees. Flavored coffees contain natural and artificial flavors. Our Land - Our Heritage - Our Commitment: Centuries ago on sun-drenched volcanic mountain slopes King Kamehameha cultivated his personal royal fields on land that is today Parry Estate - Kona Gold Coffee Plantation. Company archaeologists are carefully protecting the great king's legacy on historical sites throughout our property. Exotic wildlife and lush rain forest vegetation flourish in our carefully planned natural habitats. We have set aside hundreds of acres to conserve the ecological and historical heritage of this extraordinary paradise. Be assured that everyone involved in the plantation is passionately committed to the principles of preserving the fertile soils and crystalline waters for future generations through sustainable agricultural practices. Overlooking the vast blue-green Pacific Ocean - In the rich volcanic soil of Kona, Hawaii at the Parry Estate - Kona Gold Coffee Plantation, we nurture each and every third generation coffee tree. The coffee cans are grown on Mauna Loa's mountain slopes, bathed in crystalline water and cooled by the warm Pacific trade winds. This is nature's perfect cradle for the superior coffee trees to flourish. The sun ripened coffee cherries are hand-picked, sun dried, expertly graded and roasted in small batches to ensure the highest possible standard of quality. Our family - Oversees this entire process so you may enjoy the distinctive intense flavor of the world's finest high mountain estate grown Kona coffee. This seductive mixture produces a vibrant taste with a striking exotic character enhancing this world-renowned varietal favorite. We are proud of our coffee plantation and invite you to visit us in Kona, Hawaii at the top of Donkey Mill Road. From our plantation to your cup!
10 oz (283 g) x 6
Brewing: A cup of coffee should be 98.6% water and 1.4% coffee solids. To attain the ratio which provides perfect body to the brew, use one tablespoon of coffee to six ounces of water. The above measures are intended only as a guideline. Experiment and enjoy!
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