Moloka‘i Coffee refers to coffee grown, processed and roasted on the island of Moloka'i in Maui County, Hawaiʻi, United States.
German merchant Rudolph Wilhelm Meyer (1826–1897) grew coffee on the island and also built a sugar mill. "Coffees of Hawaii" are currently the only producer of Moloka‘i coffee, on a 500-acre (2.0 km2) plantation located in the community of Kualapu'u. A store with coffee bar and plantation tours is located at 1630 Farrington Avenue (Route 480 at Route 470, Kalae Highway) at 21°9′10″N 157°2′9″W
Trader Joe's introduced this coffee in mid-2008. The packaging, a 13-ounce (370 g) can, featured two red hummingbirds on a light yellow background filled with flowers The can was titled "Moloka'i 100% One Hundred Percent Hawaiian Coffee" and labeled the coffee "Dark Roast, Robust & Earthy, 100% Arabica Whole Bean Coffee". and discontinued it in late 2009.