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Greenwell Farms Tours

Come up mauka and see how the coffee harvesting season is progressing. Greenwell Farms offers farm tours continuously from 8:30am through 4:30pm Monday through Sunday.
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• What was Hawaii like in the 1850’s when Greenwell Farms was started? Kamehameha V was King of the Hawaiian Islands; whaling would shortly be replaced by sugar as the next big industry. Kona coffee has been produced for over 20 years at this time.

• History of the ahupuaa of Kalukalu in Kealakekua and its ties to Greenwell Farms today.

• When Henry Nicholas Greenwell arrived in Kona the 1850’s, he devoted himself to the improvement of the Kona District up until his death in 1871.

• Agricultural Sustainability is practiced today at Greenwell Farms just as it was in the 1850’s. Yesterday’s sheep, cattle and citrus have been replaced with Kona coffee, vanilla, pepper and cacao.

• Quality in the cup is what makes Greenwell Farms coffee special.
Greenwell Farms coffee is described as well balanced, full-bodied and moderately acidic in the cup. It begins with a rich aroma and ends with a smooth, lingering aftertaste and has a sweet, almost chocolate like undertone.

• What role does Kona coffee play in today’s culinary scene? Greenwell Farms Kona coffee compliments both sweet and savory dishes.

• Farm Land Management – the next business phase for Greenwell Farms.

• Where are Kona’s future farmers? Examine the Konawaena High School Agricultural Department long-term relationship forged with Greenwell Farms.

Greenwell Farms, Inc.
81-6581 Mamalahoa Highway
Kealakekua, Hawaii 96750

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Store Hours: 8am – 5pm Hawaii Time
Farm Tours: 8am – 4:00pm
Tour Info: 808-323-2295
Every day, no cost, no reservations necessary

Retail sales: M-F, 888-592-5662
CBB Info: 808-334-3448
Cherry Prices: 808-334-3434
Office: 808-323-2862