Tag: Kona coffee

10 Free Things to Do in Hawaii Big Island

Last week, I wrote all about the best free things to do on Oahu. And when I went to the Big Island a few months ago, I was on a tight budget. So, I was interested in finding the best free things to do in Hawaii Big Island. During the process, I learned that there […]

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Free Hawaii Coffee Farm Tour at Greenwell Farms 

Did you know that one of Hawaii’s best coffee farm tours is completely free? Kona’s Greenwell Farms offers thorough daily tours with complimentary samples of their homegrown coffee. Today I’m sharing all about my visit to this special place and offering tips to make sure you get the most out of your Kona coffee farm […]

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The Kona Coffee Story: The History and Future of Hawaii Coffee

You’ve probably heard about Kona coffee in Hawaii. When you come to Hawaii, drinking a cup of locally sourced brew is a must-do. But what exactly is Kona coffee, and why is it so different from other types of coffee? Let’s learn all about this delicious beverage and why it has become so synonymous with […]

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5 Hawaii Beverages to Refresh and Rejuvenate

Spring is in full swing and the warmer Hawaiian weather is upon us. Already we’re seeing temperatures in the mid 80’s with a humidity level in the low 70’s, and the trades have died down just enough to give everyone in Hawaii a taste of summer’s humid climate. There are a variety of ways to […]

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Stuff that makes ya wanna come back for more in Hawaii

Two things that visitors (and locals) go crazy for in Hawaii is the Kona coffee and the macadamia nuts. Both are produced locally on the islands, also producing a large price tag. But just because a product is produced and sold in the same location, does that mean the price should drop dramatically? Probably not. […]

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