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Greenwell Farms, Kealakekua

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
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4.7/5 based on 750+ reviews on the web
In the heart of Kona coffee country, Greenwell Farms grows and brews the best of the beans. Take a farm tour to see each stage of the growth and processing. Try some hot coffee after your tour, then consider becoming a member of the Coffee Club to get a regular shipment of fresh beans at reduced prices. Put Greenwell Farms into our Kealakekua vacation trip planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • We enjoyed the tour, it was informative and helped us understand the coffee production process. It takes a little less than an hour, and is easy terrain to walk. The coffee samples were really tasty a...  read more »
  • Hawana, our tour guide and local Hawaiian was very knowledgeable about coffee and answered our many questions. We learned about coffee from growing, harvesting, drying, distributing and drinking many ...  read more »
  • We enjoyed this tour with our enthusiastic guide. We got to see many aspects of coffee growing and processing. And our guide was very knowledgeable and answered all of our questions. There were a larg...  read more »
  • Driving through this area you will see many signs saying "Free tour and coffee tasting" but these guys are the real deal. I always bring friends and visitors here because they have a functional historic farm, excellent free tours, all you can drink amazing coffee, and they really represent the spirit of Aloha. Very little walking required since the coffee grows close to the shop. If raining they provide HUGE umbrellas and tour group can stay under the processing station roof. The tours are available 8am - 4pm ANY day of the year. I'm pretty sure I stopped by once on Christmas or New Year and they were showing people around as always. Tour takes about 30-40 mins, which is why the last tour starts around 4pm, but store is open till 5pm. No matter how many times I've been there I always learn something new since every guide shares a bit of personal knowledge. Come in the fall and early winter if you want to see harvesting and processing of coffee, spring and summer is slow, but they will still show you what cherry and fresh bean look like.
  • Cool farm with a free guided tour. You get even coffee berries juice.
  • Very informative tour covering the site's history, coffee production process and a generous coffee tasting bar. And it's all free! Staff was very pleasant and knowledgeable.
  • Informative free tour of the coffee growing process. Machinery explained. Samples of many coffees. Easy to reach. Don't bother paying a tour company. Just go directly to the plantation.
  • The tour guide was knowledgeable and pleasant. It was a very informative 30 minute tour.
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