The Bondera Family processing coffee
We have a flat rate of $10 for shipping and handling for everything, any
size. The exceptions are the Coffee CSA where shipping is free and international
orders where shipping will reflect the real cost.
Why is your
coffee so expensive?
Kona coffee is consistently the best tasting coffee in the world with
rivals like Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee, and thus, people are willing
to pay a premium for it. Ours is also organic and there is usually a premium
on organic because we work harder to bring you natural, chemical-free
coffee. Kona coffee is also the only coffee grown in a First World country
and the price does reflect high operating costs, fair wages to workers
and a viable family farm.
We grow this coffee without chemical fertilizers, herbicides, and pesticides.
We don't use GMO coffee stock. We process only with a mechanical pulper,
pure water, and sunshine.
We are certified organic by the ICS.
Our miller & roaster are certified organic as well.
Why is it
Mainland processors and cafes usually sell Kona coffee that contains only
10% Kona and the remaining is a low quality coffee. The taste is entirely
different. Our coffee is 100% Kona and entirely from our farm. Visit the
Kona Coffee Farmers Association
for more information.
a Coffee CSA?
You receive a pound or half pound of our freshly roasted organic kona
coffee at your doorstep each month for a year. We call it a CSA (Community
Supported Agriculture) after the model of a vegetable box per week from
Kanalani Ohana mean?
Kanalani means Abundance in Hawaiian. We believe that food belongs to
everyone and that there should be access for wonderfully delicious, nutritious,
organic food for all. Ohana means family in Hawaiian. We are Kanalani
Family Farm as our farm family and apprentices do all the work of the
farm and maintain our livlihood from it.