After our coffee flowers bloom, they bear fruit called coffee cherries. Usually, each cherry forms two coffee beans, however, in about 5% of the crop, only one coffee bean is formed in a cherry. We call this single bean a "peaberry." Relatively small, yet dense, the peaberry offers a nice acidity and unique fruity flavor that peaberry fans cannot get enough of. Peaberry makes up a very small percentage of the coffee grown in Kona, so supply can be limited.