KONA: due to the afternoon cloud cover and rich in volcanic soil of the Hualalai and Mauna Loa slopes, Kona coffee has a distinct advantage over coffees grown in other parts of the world. Coffee trees typically bloom after Kona's dry winters and are harvested in autumn. Coffee cultivated in the North and South districts of Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii is the only coffee that can truly be called Kona Coffee
BRAZILIAN: has one of the oldest coffee traditions in the world and are the world’s forerunners in the production of the world’s most coffee. 1 out of every 4 cups of coffee that is consumed in the world today is of the Brazilian kind of coffee. Most of the coffee beans in Brazil are of the Arabica kind.
COLOMBIAN: is the world’s second largest producer of coffee behind Brazil. Over 12% of the total coffee that is consumed in the world today has it’s origins in Colombia. Colombian coffees are usually very rich in flavor, thick, have a slight acid content, and beautiful aromas.