Full disclosure, I am not a coffee drinker. I am also not a baby or a women so in this case as in those I will being relying on the reviews of others to inform this article. While I don’t know much about java, I do know that it is typically grow in South America by an old man and his donkey. Most of America doesn’t have the climate necessary to grow coffee beans. The one exception is Hawaii, it is the only state in America that produces coffee. Hawaii has over 800 coffee farms, many of them making the switch from sugar and pineapple growing to coffee beans.
One of the sellers of Hawaiian coffee is the “USA Coffee Company”. They only sell American made coffee and offer a wide variety of blends. One of their more popular products is this “8oz bag of Union Roast”. All most all of the reviews on the site are excellent. At 12 bucks, it is a little on the pricey side, but Hawaii is not a huge state. They only have so much land for crops.
I guess you could view its scarcity as part of its appeal. I would view Hawaiian coffee as a gourmet blend. Climate is a very big influence on the taste and quality of a crop. While I can’t promise that you will like it, I am pretty sure that Hawaiian Coffee will be a very unique experience for the average coffee drinker.
Give it a try, perhaps you will enjoy it. Perhaps you will love it and make the switch. The switch to buying American and supporting our farmers. Wouldn’t that be something?