This Single Estate is located in Hawaii on the Island of Maui. It is called “Yellow” because the cherry ripens yellow instead of the conventionally recognized red color.
It is grown on former sugar cane plantation, fully irrigated from nearby streams flowing directly out of native Hawaiian rainforests. Very clean water, uses mostly sustainable farming practices.
- medium roast.
- Cupping Notes: low acid, sweetish, and mild
- 1 pound, 16 ounces