Our plantation is a family owned and operated business that was established in 1997 and
continues to grow each year. We are located in the small town of Captain Cook and situated
on the slopes of the Hawaiian volcano, Mauna Loa, at the ideal elevation of 2,500 ft.
Because of the high elevation, sun drenched mornings, cloud covered afternoons and
abundant rainfall, our coffee beans mature more slowly. This enables them to obtain a
large size and a superb grade.
Our vertically integrated farm allows us to control the quality of our Kona Coffee from
the cherry hand picking to milling.
We have a state-of-the-art wet mill facility from Colombia, a dry mill from Brazil and
our entire parchment/green bean is temperature and humidity controlled.
Koa Coffee Plantation takes its name from street name of the farm location, Koa Road.
Koa is also a native tree of Hawaii. This traditional wood is known not only for its
strength and durability but also for its beauty.
Because Koa trees grow in areas that were once lava fields, it is thought that this has
contributed to the beautiful golden reddish wood color.
Like Koa wood, we are dedicated to working to become an integral part of the essense of Hawaii.
We are strongly dedicated to offering our customer's the finest coffee experience
while also sharing some of the beauty and aloha that comes from the Hawaiian Islands.
We welcome you to meet us, find out why our award winning Kona Coffee is
called "Baba's Beans," drop by for a private tour if
you're in Hawaii, or contact us with your questions, comments