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32oz. Kauai Whole Bean Coffee (Koloa Estate Medium Roast) EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has 32oz. Kauai Whole Bean Coffee (Koloa Estate Medium Roast) on sale for $25.57 - $10.24 when you 'clip' Coupon found on product page - 5% when you checkout with Subscribe & Save = $14.05. Shipping is free.

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  • This medium roast whole bean coffee is a 100% Arabica coffee with a smooth, delicious flavor and amazing aroma.
  • This Koloa Estate Medium Roast ground coffee delivers a bright aroma with light floral notes, making it the perfect cup of coffee to drink, day or night.

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$25.29 - $10.24 (Clip & Subscribe Coupon) - $1.25 (5% S&S) = $14.05 for 32oz (2Lb) bag

These size bags were about $25 at Costco recently.

This coffee is fantastic. It has a very sweet aftertaste that actually got me loving coffee after visiting the farm in Kauai. I highly recommend if you like a coffee with sweet notes, that's very smooth at the end.

Edit: I was educated. This is only 10% Hawaiian Coffee. So buy if you want 100% Kauai Hawaiian Beans, but -- even if it costs a bit more, you can order direct from KauaiCoffee.com and use code "MZBSAVE35" for 30% off and free shipping over $100.

I cancelled this S&S and went ahead and ordered direct from Kauai Coffee myself.
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Just want to throw this out there, I'm sure some people know but there may be others that don't. First off, this is only 10% Hawaiian coffee (which it says on the bag). This is not Kona (I know it doesn't specifically say Kona, but Kona is what everyone associates with Hawaiian coffee.) These blends also aren't a great way to support Hawaiian coffee growers. Buying directly from their site is the way to go. When we visited Hawaii and did the coffee tours, the growers/roasters straight up told us that the beans associated with many brands that do blends are typically their discard beans that they don't want to use and sell. So they sell it to other brands. Kona and Hawaiian coffee is expensive but true 100% Kona is amazing. If you want real Kona, I recommend Mountain Thunder.

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Oh wow. Thank you for this education. I'm actually going to cancel my order. I think I've only had the 100% Hawaiian ones. I didn't even notice this was only 10%.

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Just want to throw this out there, I'm sure some people know but there may be others that don't. First off, this is only 10% Hawaiian coffee (which it says on the bag). This is not Kona (I know it doesn't specifically say Kona, but Kona is what everyone associates with Hawaiian coffee.) These blends also aren't a great way to support Hawaiian coffee growers. Buying directly from their site is the way to go. When we visited Hawaii and did the coffee tours, the growers/roasters straight up told us that the beans associated with many brands that do blends are typically their discard beans that they don't want to use and sell. So they sell it to other brands. Kona and Hawaiian coffee is expensive but true 100% Kona is amazing. If you want real Kona, I recommend Mountain Thunder.

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Just want to throw this out there, I'm sure some people know but there may be others that don't. First off, this is only 10% Hawaiian coffee (which it says on the bag). This is not Kona (I know it doesn't specifically say Kona, but Kona is what everyone associates with Hawaiian coffee.) These blends also aren't a great way to support Hawaiian coffee growers. Buying directly from their site is the way to go. When we visited Hawaii and did the coffee tours, the growers/roasters straight up told us that the beans associated with many brands that do blends are typically their discard beans that they don't want to use and sell. So they sell it to other brands. Kona and Hawaiian coffee is expensive but true 100% Kona is amazing. If you want real Kona, I recommend Mountain Thunder.

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Oh wow. Thank you for this education. I'm actually going to cancel my order. I think I've only had the 100% Hawaiian ones. I didn't even notice this was only 10%.
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If you want real Kona, I recommend Mountain Thunder
Agree. We did their tour the last time we were on the Big Island.
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Agree. We did their tour the last time we were on the Big Island.
Same, we did the tour and now we go back and forth ordering from them and ordering from a place in Boulder CO called Ozo. They are our two favorite coffees
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Quote from GlockGuy07 :
Just want to throw this out there, I'm sure some people know but there may be others that don't. First off, this is only 10% Hawaiian coffee (which it says on the bag). This is not Kona (I know it doesn't specifically say Kona, but Kona is what everyone associates with Hawaiian coffee.) These blends also aren't a great way to support Hawaiian coffee growers. Buying directly from their site is the way to go. When we visited Hawaii and did the coffee tours, the growers/roasters straight up told us that the beans associated with many brands that do blends are typically their discard beans that they don't want to use and sell. So they sell it to other brands. Kona and Hawaiian coffee is expensive but true 100% Kona is amazing. If you want real Kona, I recommend Mountain Thunder.

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This. And Kauai coffee kind of sucks from what I remember. Bought it at Costco super pumped and was disappointed
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Do they only require one bean of Kona or Kauai in the bag to be labeled as such?
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Do they only require one bean of Kona or Kauai in the bag to be labeled as such?
Bag contents exposure to hot air emanated from Kona beans being roasted should suffice.
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Kona beans gets hyped a bunch, the beans grown on Oahu are pretty good and even milder
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Thanks for the post. Discount code worked, but $13 shipping wipes out the discount. 😕
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Well, I'm willing to try it...

in for two! The Coupon applies to multiples, so two bags for $22
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I miss living on big isle & the coffee seller's roadside shack on Hualalai Rd w/ the real deal.
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Also check out Maui Coffee (http://www.MauiCoffeeCo.com). Their 100% Maui and Maui Peabody are amazing. You'll have to pay $2-$3 PER OZ, but some of the best coffee beans you'll get.
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Oh wow. Thank you for this education. I'm actually going to cancel my order. I think I've only had the 100% Hawaiian ones. I didn't even notice this was only 10%.
Not your fault. Their name is extremely deceptive. I just ordered a bag for $11.49 with 15% S&S. I'm not expecting much, but $5.75/lb is a solid price so I'll roll the dice and hope it's decent.
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