P.O. Box 390808
Keauhou, HI 96739-0808
These photos show the different stages of our coffee processing, starting when the coffee cherries are handpicked, processed and then spread out on our drying floor to be sun dried. The dried coffee is called parchment and when we have about 2000 pounds, we take it to the mill to have the parchment removed. It is then called green coffee. This is when it is graded either Prime, #1, Fancy or Extra Fancy and Peaberry. Prime is the lowest grade. The final step is the roasting, which we have done at least once a week to ensure freshness.
|Kona Coffee Trees||Kona Coffee Blossoms|
|Kona Coffee Cherries||Mingo Picking Ripe Coffee Beans|
|George Processing||Jean Spreading Beans|
|Drying Floor||Coffee Bags|