Saturday, June 14, 2008

100% Kona Coffee Giveaway, Plus Computer Coupon, and a Free Tour in Hawaii

I am going to sell coffee from a lovely coffee farm in Kona. I will have pictures to post soon. Actually next week sometime when I get my first batch. I want to sell organic Kona coffee too.

I need help designing a logo. I was thinking of calling it Kealani's Kona Coffee, or Sunny's Kona Coffee, or _________Kona Coffee. What do you think?

Here are some of the words that pop into my mind when I think of the logo: organic,vintage,old Hawaii,pop art, block print, and love.

I will have to be printing them out in black and white at first, so the designs will have to look good in black n white too.

Well, to get 1 free bag of Kona Coffee, please comment below about which name you like best.
One winner will be picked randomly.

If you send design ideas to we will all vote here on the designs, and the designer of the winning logo will get 2 free bags of 100% Kona Coffee. Plus a 10% off coupon for any computer at Tech Tree PC! And a free tour of the East side of the Big Island with Hawaii Land Realty Corp.!


Anonymous said...

I can't think of a name, but I love the pics of the kids! We were in Kauai last fall and fell in love with the place and the wonderful people. Heck, we almost found ourselves moving to Hawaii, but, it wasn't to be. What a neat place for kids to grow up in.

Claudia said...

How about Kea's Kona Coffee?
I love the hula photos of her.

Lovely Little Lovelies said...

I like Sunny's Kona Coffee the best.

mmm, Kona coffee. When we visited the Big Island, we toured several coffee farms. We went to Greenwell's and spent several hundred dollars on coffee. I've thought about ordering more- will you sell kona coffee online?

KJ said...

How abour Kahiko Kona Coffee - kahiko means "traditional" in Hawaiian.

Anonymous said...

"Attitude Adjustment Kona Coffee"

Helen said...


I think it is neat that you are growing organic coffee! I LOVE coffee and the thought of buying coffee fresh from SUNNY Hawaii can't be beat. I lived in Oahau for almost 4 years when I was in the Navy. I was a tourguide for the USS Arizona Memorial. I miss the islands.

Here's a few pictures of my daughter dressed "Hawaiian"... She wants to go pretty bad cus she hears me talking about it all the time.


Sunny said...

Oh I don't grow it...I want to someday:-)A friend of my dad owns the farm.Mahalo!

hawaii di said...

aloha Sunny,

How about 'Ohana Organic' Everyone knows the meaning, or most do, and so it gives the feel of coffee grown with family values and adds 'home grown' feel to it. Good Luck with your new lable whichever one you choose. Free range eggs taste great don't they?