Alterra Kona Blend Temporarily Unavailable

Kona coffee, grown exclusively in Hawaii, has always been known as one of the world’s more expensive coffees (that’s why you will often see Kona advertised as a “blend” with Colombian and/or Brazilian beans, rather than 100% pure Kona). Since 2010, the price of Kona has risen even further due to a supply shock —… Read more »

What Happened To Kona Coffee?

As we previously wrote last week, Green Mountain has discontinued production of its Kona coffees. At CDC, we have just sold out of our last remaining supply of Green Mountain Kona Blend K-Cups.     While coffee prices in general have been skyrocketing — up over 100% year-to-date — Kona coffee has been particularly hard… Read more »

Green Mountain Suspends Fair Trade

Due to current coffee market conditions, Green Mountain temporarily suspends production of a few of its popular coffee lines — mostly Fair Trade Organic coffees. Production will resume in Mid-May when Green Mountain is able to replenish its supply of green coffee beans. We are not yet out of stock on all of these coffees,… Read more »