It was quite a surprise to me, because I have seen Kona Coffee for sale everyplace from Japan to Saipan to Guam to mainland U.S.A., and don't recall ever seeing Kauai Coffee in any of those places. But this one estate on Kauai, with 3,100 acres, claims to produce 60% of all coffee produced in Hawaii. The other surprise to me was that from the Kauai Coffee I tasted, compared with the Kona Coffee we drank on Big Island, I strongly preferred the Kauai Coffee. For any of you back "home" who received Kauai Coffee, of course this is where it came from: Where it was grown, where it was harvested, and where it was roasted, processed, and packaged. These are truly "estate" coffees.