Starbucks Reserve® Hawaii Ka'u Peaberry
A rare coffee with fresh coconut and caramel flavors and hints of citrus and nut.
Citrus, nuts, caramel and chocolate.
Enjoy this with:
A fresh fruit salad and a relaxing afternoon.
- At a Glance
- Did You Know?
- Starbucks Reserve®
Producer: TSmall coffee farms in the Ka'u region of Hawaii.
Elevation: 411 - 640 meters (1,350 - 2,100 feet)
Coffee Variety: Typica, Bourbon and Catual
Processing Method: Washed
Kaʻu is a region on the Big Island of Hawaii, neighboring the highly acclaimed Kona growing region. In Kaʻu, small coffee farms sit on the southwest slopes of Mauna Loa, nestled in verdant valleys where they are tended predominantly by former sugar plantation owners. The Hawaii Kaʻu region is newly recognized among the finest coffees in the world, winning the 2011 SCAA Coffee of the Year award.
Of the thousands of coffees we encounter in our search for the best, only a precious few are deemed exceptional enough to become Starbucks Reserve® coffees, offered only for limited times at select stores.
- Product Details
Floral aromas and a juicy acidity with hints of chocolate and brown sugar.
These select beans are cultivated on the slopes of Mauna Loa in the Ka'u region, which borders Kona on the island of Hawaii. We've limited this offering to peaberries, or single rounded beans, which are found in less than 10% of coffee cherries. Peaberries must be meticulously hand-sorted, but our experts love their uniform roast and concentrated flavors.