Why is Kawah coffee more expensive than the coffees at supermarket?
Kawah coffee is a specialty coffee produced using high-quality, single-origin beans. On the other hand, commodity coffee, which is typically found in supermarkets, is produced in large quantities, using low-grade coffee beans that are often blended together to create a consistent flavor profile. This coffee is typically roasted to a dark profile, which can mask any defects in the beans, but also results in a bitter taste. Kawah coffee is more expensive than the coffee you can find at most supermarkets and here are a few reasons why: