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Is there anywhere you can buy Kona Coffee to take home? Like not brewed already - just the beans or ground? Someone at my work gets it from Hawaii every year for her husband and just thought I'd check to see if it was available at WDW too.
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At the Kona Cafe,it's like 35.00 per pound.Usually it's a 10% blend but at the Kona it's 100%.If you really like Kona coffee as I do,try a T.J.Maxx near you ,they may have it.We have one in R.I. and I buy mine there around Christmas time for about 10.00 a pound.I think it's the blend but it's still really good.
Love Kona Coffee. Sometimes Starbucks carries it. I always bring some home when I go to Kona! I've had the 100% Kona in the press pot at Kona Cafe & Narccoossee's. But never asked if it was for sale. There is a shop at Epcot that sells a broad variety of coffee's & teas. Does anyone know if Kona is avail there?
OK you are all making me way jealous 'cause I just had to give up coffee but.... My DH is a total coffee snob so I order him unroasted beans from "heavenly Hawaiian" on line and he roasts them himself. I bought him a roaster for Christmas about 8 years ago. It is way cheaper to get the beans green but we have to do the roasting outside because that part of the process really stinks!