Whats so special?

Great question! When coffee is sourced and roasted properly, the results can be spectacular! KAHA Coffee Roasters specializes in hand crafted, small batch, specialty coffee roasting with a focus on high quality coffees sourced from around the world. If you are unfamiliar with the term Specialty Coffee, it is best summed up as coffee that has been grown, handled, processed, sourced, and roasted with attention to detail to bring out the best of what coffee has to offer, as opposed to the mass-produced coffees typically found at grocery stores which are also referred to in the coffee industry as “commodity coffees.” For more about who we are and what we do, visit our ABOUT US page.

Which one is right for me?

As a starting point, if you like a fruit forward coffee with lively acidity and brightness, give our light roast, the El Camino blend a try. If you are looking for something with deep chocolate notes and a heavy body, give our dark roast the Kia Kaha blend a try. If you are somewhere in the middle, give our best-selling Happy Medium a try for a beautiful balance of brightness, depth, and body. Also included in our core offerings are our Kaha Decaf and Vertical Espresso blends, so there is truly something for every taste. We also highly recommend one of our rotating Single Origin offerings for something truly unique.

Because coffee is so subjective, we recommend that people experiment by trying different roasts, different grind sizes, different brew methods, etc. Each of our coffees has a recommended brew method in the product details page and we are here to help with any questions about coffee brewing you may have.

Happy sipping!

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Brewing At Home - Water Part 2 of 2

In Brewing at Home - Water Part 2 of 2 , we will address the following topics: What ratio of coffee to water should I use? Water temperature ...

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Brewing At Home - Water Part 1 of 2

In the latest installment of our Brewing at Home series, we'd like to address the subject of water since it is one of the topics we are asked about most often. The topics we will cover are What type of water should I use for brewing coffee? Water Standards as set by the Specialty Coffee Association (SCA) ...

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