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Climate / Geography
The entire estate is planted in a hedgerow style with the tree spacing 0.9 m apart in the rows and 3.7 m separating the rows. Rainfall is very scarce, just 800 mm/year, so the entire farm is drip irrigated, with the water coming from the West Maui Mountain streams feeding the 100-year-old ditch system formerly used by the sugar plantation. This system allows for easy infield maintenance and efficient application of fertilizers through the drip system directly to the root zone. Harvest is normally in the fall months extending into January.
- Country: Hawaii Maui
- Altitude: 30
- Method: Fully Washed
Mokka coffee makes a case against the belief that larger beans mean a better cup of coffee. In the case of Mokka, it is hard to find a bean larger than a screen 14. The bean is round and is often mistaken for a peaberry. Upon closer examination one can notice the classic dicotyledonous flat side signifying two whole beans per cherry.