Situated on the south side of the Big Island, the Ka’u district has gained international recognition and won numerous awards for coffee excellence in the past decade. Coffee has been growing in the region since 1894 but its reputation for quality didn’t start until farmers began submitting their coffees for competition in 2007. You’ll find this Ka’u dark roast has rich, dense fudge-like character complimented by robust tobacco and spruce notes, which round into a blackberry finish.