A few months from New Years is when snow falls in Kona. White lovely coffee flowers bloom in this season, and they are called “Kona Snow” because it looks like the snow fell and piled up on the branches of the coffee trees. The flowers (more…)
Season’s greetings from UCC Hawaii!
Share a warm Aloha to your friends and family. 10% off / Orders $100.00 + value till Dec.20, 2015.
The UCC-Hawaii estate and retail store will close at 1:00pm on Saturday 10/10/2015. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Normal business hours will resume the following day.
Every year during the last week of June, “Kona Marathon” is held on the Big Island, and they celebrated their 22nd year this year!
UCC Hawaii has been supporting this event for more than 15 years, and we are so grateful to be able to participate in this event. It began as a part of the town’s revitalization, and (more…)
The “PELE AWARDS” is an AAF American Advertising Federation Awards District Competition which is held annually to recognize the best advertising and design work created in Hawaii for that year. This year’s show was held on April 25th at the Royal Hawaii Hotel. (more…)
When the harvesting is almost over, it’s time to trim the coffee trees. This process is called “cut-back”. Once a coffee cherry is borne, they don’t ever grow back on the same spot. (more…)
Last Sunday January 11th (111!) , 111-Hawaii Project showroom Grand Opening Event was held in Waikiki. Our UCC staff flew from Kona to Waikiki to serve our new iced coffee to the guests at the event. Our 100% Kona coffee is roasted specially for iced coffee. (more…)
The 111-Hawaii Project is about working together with local businesses to help develop unified branded products that can be sold in Hawaii and help revitalize the community. Portion of all sales will be donated to help lead positive ecological growth throughout local communities in Hawaii. (more…)
Share a warm Aloha to your friends and family. 10% off / Orders $100 + value till Dec.31 2014.
Coffee cherries which are grown with lots of Aloha are hand-picked here. Those coffee cherries don’t taste like the well-known coffee flavor. They are sweet!
Harvest season starts in August and goes through late January. If you are visiting Kona during the harvest season, please visit UCC Hawaii Kona Coffee Estate and taste the coffee cherry.