The tour of the coffee farm was very informative and interesting. Highly recommend this coffee farm and tour.
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Took an interesting tour of the Greenwell Farms coffee business, and learned a lot about how coffee is grown, processed, and sold. First, I need to point out that the folks at Greenwell are very pleasant, and extremely knowledgeable, and the farm and processing plant...More
We took the one hour guided tour at Greenwell Coffee Farm with Tom and Peggy. We really enjoyed the farm, the tour, the coffee and the conversation! Greenwell's farm is made up of 70 acres with 58,000 trees. Kona coffee is grown along the 23rd...More
We loved the 30-45 minutes free farm tour mostly because our guide was an incredibly lovely old lady, there was such a goodness, positive energy and love of life emanating from her, it was a pleasure to listen to her. The tour was quite informative...More
Free 30 minute tour is interesting. Coffee tasting allows you to sample all of the various roasts. The coffee here is expensive, more than some of the other farms. As you wander the grounds you will see the coffee drying and if you're there the...More
There are scheduled guided tours and parking spaces are limited, but you can park almost anywhere there's space as long as you're not blocking anyone - that's what happened to us. Best to go earlier in the because it is cooler, it can get hot...More
We greatly enjoyed our time at Greenwell Farms. Keiko led our tour and she was very knowledgeable about the farm and the Greenwell family. The farm had so many interesting plants beyond just coffee. We learned about lots of fruit trees, orchids, macadamia nuts, avocados,...More
Wide variety of coffee available and free tour offered. Very kind, helpful staff. Prices seem high for the source of much of the coffee, though.
We spent about an hour at Greenwell Farms this afternoon. Our free 30 minute tour was led by Tom, who was interesting and informative. The samples at the end of the tour gave us a chance to try a variety of different roasts, which was...More