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Coffee
Perfection

 Coming this year!

It was four years ago that we decided to create a Coffee Company on the Hamakua Coast. The original region where coffee first started on the Big Island. Last year, we had our first crop and were able to experiment with our young trees and successfully produced a dark roast and cold brew recipe. This was shared amongst friends and family with very encouraging results.

We have meticulously tended to the trees this last year and are now just beginning to harvest what promises to be an award winning crop. We are keeping our standards high and picking the reddest of cherries only.  Stay tuned to see this new addition to the Farm’s existing product line of local honeys which includes the highly sought after “Kiawe” honey.

Quality
Ingredients

Brine pickles fresh, organic produce from local farmers in California. Even our spices are fresh. Just because pickling is a preservation process doesn’t mean you can use dried-up thyme or week-old asparagus that’s already a little spongy. We want to give our customers crisp, crunchy and delicious pickled vegetables and fruits. Most of all, we want to expand people’s palates and prove that pickles don’t always come in a green or red variety.

 

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"The new pickle."

— Postprandial Magazine

Batch :
No. 3

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Pickle
Pioneers

California natives Petra Frenkel and Gordon Byun are passionate about pickles. Gordon was raised on a steady diet of kimchi in a traditional Korean family. Helping his mom make the spice mixture and prepare the vegetables, he learned from the best. Petra blames her pickle obsession on her parents who migrated to SoCal from New York. Dissatisfied with the L.A. pickle ecosystem, her parents made kosher pickles at home. Petra became a bit of a pickle-snob, but thinks that everyone should eat delicious things, so it’s really more of an egalitarian snobbery.