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Koʻolau Coffee 



12 oz Camper Mug

Double wall stainless thermal mug with copper vacuum insulation, clear acrylic push-on lid with swivel closure. The copper plating on the inner wall is an extra line of defense against temperature transfer. On averge copper vacuum insulation can make a difference of up to 9 degreess F over the course of 24 hours.

$1 from every bag of coffee sold will be donated to The

Papahānaumokuākea Marine Debris Project (PMDP)


The Ko'olau mountain range is located on the island of O'ahu in Hawai'i and is what remains of an ancient volcano that began erupting an estimated 2.5 million years ago. These majestic mountains serve as a backdrop to Oahu’s stunning windward (east) coast.



The nēnē is the rarest goose in the world and is the Hawaiian state bird. In 1952 there were only 30 Nēnē left in the wild. Thanks to captive breeding programs and legislative protections the numbers have risen to over 2000. 



The ‘Ōhi‘a tree is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands and the most abundant native tree in the state of Hawai'i. ‘Ōhi‘a Lehua ("oh-hee-uh ley-hoo-ah") flowers blossom  salmon, garnet, yellow, or sometimes white in color. Since 2014, the trees have been dying from a fungal disease referred to as "Rapid ‘Ōhi‘a Death", which triggered a massive effort to save them from going extinct. 



The Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle, or honu, is the only indigenous reptile found in Hawaii and is an endangered species. The honu is an extraordinary animal that has been around since before the dinosaurs. When in Hawai'i they can often be seen close to shore feeding on algae or basking in the sun on popular beaches. Hawai'i is one of three places in the world where sea turtles come ashore to bask in the sun. 



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