This farm has been on the island since 1850 and stayed in the Greenwell family for generations.  Because of its rich history it is on the National Register of Historic Places.

The farm continues to sit on the same land that was originally cultivated in the 1800’s.  The farm grows, processes and roasts the coffee bean selling kona coffee roastedinternationally and on site.

Kona Coffee Farm tour

When you take a tour depending on the season you can actually see the red cherry coffee beans, the pulping process and drying mechanisms.   And when they roast the coffee the smell wafts for miles.

The best part of the tour is that there is free coffee sampling at their little shop.  You will get to taste some of the finest and freshest coffee in the world.