Hawaii Maui Yellow Caturra (Custom Roast)

Cupping Profile: Light acidity, light body, sweet, dark chocolate, and a distinct finish.
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Hawaiian Coffee Beans 

ALTITUDE: 110 ‐ 300 meters

HARVEST: September ‐ June

PEAK AVAILABILITY: October ‐ July

SOIL TYPE: Volcanic hydromorphic clay

REGION: West Maui

ESTATE: The Kaʻanapali Estate

VARIETIES: Yellow Caturra

COFFEE PROCESSING: Wet/Semi‐Washed/Fermented Washed

DRYING: Machine/Patio

This coffee is grown on the Ka’anapali Estate in West Maui. This is a classic Hawaiian coffee that is light in acidity and body, but very sweet with hints of dark chocolate. The estate is located approximately 350 to 1,800 feet above sea level, this breathtaking estate is planted in hedgerow style with trees spaced 36 inches apart and 12 feet separating each row. The entire farm is drip irrigated from West Maui’s fresh mountain streams, which feed the 100-year old ditch system formerly used by the sugar plantation. Puʻu Kukui, the second wettest spot in the world and highest peak in West Maui, stands guard above the gentle slopes of the Kaʻanapali Estate.

The Yellow Cattura coffee cherry actually ripens the color of yellow. It does very well in the hot conditions of Hawaii. This coffee is lower in acidity and even will show hints of spiciness in the Vienna or darker roasts.

 

Hawaii Maui Yellow Caturra (Custom Roast)

Hawaiian Coffee Beans 

This coffee is grown on the Ka’anapali Estate in West Maui. This is a classic Hawaiian coffee that is light in acidity and body, but very sweet with hints of dark chocolate. The estate is located approximately 350 to 1,800 feet above sea level, this breathtaking estate is planted in hedgerow style with trees spaced 36 inches apart and 12 feet separating each row. The entire farm is drip irrigated from West Maui's fresh mountain streams, which feed the 100-year old ditch system formerly used by the sugar plantation. Puʻu Kukui, the second wettest spot in the world and highest peak in West Maui, stands guard above the gentle slopes of the Kaʻanapali Estate.

The Yellow Cattura coffee cherry actually ripens the color of yellow. It does very well in the hot conditions of Hawaii. This coffee is lower in acidity and even will show hints of spiciness in the Vienna or darker roasts.