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Caffeine Rush

If it wasn’t for my eagerness to make room for our loot that is to arrive in a few weeks, I would have almost forgotten about the bag of Kona blend that my sister bought for me when she vacationed in Hawaii.

Kona is coffee that is cultivated in the Kona Districs of Hawaii

The unique weather in the Kona district makes good coffee growing conditions producing rare and expensive beans. For this reason, blends are sold which makes up part Kona and part Columbia or Brazilian coffee.

Hawaiian law requires that the percentage of Kona coffee in the blend is placed on the label and that authentic Kona coffee be distinguished by clearly stating 100% Kona Coffee on the packaging.

I served this Kona blend for breakfast this morning and hubby gushed about how good i am at making delicious coffee *wink*

The vanilla macadamia nut flavor is so addicting that i’ve had 3 cups today! *gasp*
Thank you so much Toterds! *big huuuug*


February 6, 2010 - Posted by | Gastronomic experience | , ,


  1. ohhh….can’t imagine how wonderful that coffee! strong from the arabica with the hint of buttery, nutty sweet of the vanilla and macadamia…heaven in a cup….

    Comment by urbanmudra | February 6, 2010 | Reply

  2. 3 cups? that must be really good!!!!!

    Comment by elra | February 7, 2010 | Reply

  3. my wife and i are both coffee-lovers too;
    no mornings are complete without it. šŸ˜€
    vanilla macadamia nut flavor?
    wow! i wouldn’t mind having more than 3 cups, hehe.

    Comment by docgelo | February 7, 2010 | Reply

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