In Seattle, espresso is king. We've been roasting these three espresso blends for over 15 years. Get a taste of Seattle and Hawaii, with pops of unique flavor and smooth mouthfeel.
Coffee #1: Espresso Huli
Roast: Medium Roast.
Tasting notes:Dark Chocolate, Butter, Cedar
In Hawaiian, Huli means to grow through change. Always striving for something better, our specialty espresso reflects our dedication to unique and delicious artisan coffees. Espresso Huli is a blend of coffees from Indonesia, Central America, and Africa. With notes of dark chocolate, butter, and cedar, this espresso has a full body and is one of the smoothest finishes of any espresso in Seattle.
Coffee #2: Roasters Choice Espresso Blend
Tasting notes:Vanilla, Cocoa, Nashi Pear
We take our signature Espresso Huli blend and roast it just a bit longer to create our best dark roast coffee. The darker roast brings out rich flavors of vanilla, cocoa, and pear in a full-bodied, complex cup of coffee. It has a little bite and the moderate acidity that you’re looking for in a dark roast, but it maintains the smooth finish that makes our coffees special.
Coffee #3: Hapuna Hawaiian Espresso Blend
Tasting notes: Maple & Citrus
Keala’s takes an untraditional route in composing this unique Hawaiian Kona coffee blend. In Seattle, espresso is king. As a roaster, your espresso blend sets the bar by which you are judged. Keala’s Hawaiin coffee had this in mind when we created the Hapuna Blend.
Keala's Hawaiian Coffee uses coffees from Kona, Hawaii, Africa, and Indonesia to create a classic Seattle dark roasted coffee for it's Hapuna Espresso Blend. The Hapuna blend has a gulping thick body reminiscent of maple syrup. The finish is where the Kona coffee shines as simple sweet citrus hints leave your mouth. The Hapuna Blend works excellently as an espresso. As drip coffee, be prepared for a heavy cup of coffee!