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Kona, Hawaii's Coffee Plantation

Updated: Nov 16, 2021

Is Hawaii on your bucket list? How about coffee? Let's find out!

Among the world's best coffees are brewed on the Big Island using the finest beans. The name Kona is applied to coffee cultivated along the slopes of Mauna Loa and Hualalai in the North and South Kona Districts of Hawaii. The average Kona coffee tree produces 10 lbs. of cherry per year or 2 lbs. of green beans. Kona coffee only comes from the Kona Districts.

Many Kona Coffee Plantations offer tours of their harvesting and processing facilities. Also, you can sample Kona Coffee while learning about it.

Check out this fantastic Kona Tour that includes tastings of coffee and honey if you are planning a vacation in the near or distant future. See link below.

Still not satisfied?

How about the Kona coffee farm's annual Culture Festival? The four-day festival held at the beginning of November should not be missed. Extensive brewing takes place at this oldest cultural event. You can also take part in performances and dances that enrich cultural exchanges and indulge in amazing food.

The coffee from Kona is not just the best in America; it's also the winner of the prestigious Gevalia Cupping Competition, was voted as the best coffee in America by Forbes magazine, and was the winner of the PCCA Coffee of the Year award. It is impossible to overstate the importance of Koa coffee.

Roasting the beans and hand-packaging each order maintain the highest standards of quality. A perfectly balanced roast is guaranteed.

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