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Our Legacy |April 2, 2015

Greenwell Farms Captures Gold In Cream Of The Crop People’s Choice

Greenwell Farms Team

Greenwell Farms captured the hearts and tastebuds of attendees at Kona Coffee Council’s 2015 Cream of the Crop coffee and dessert tasting competition held recently on the lawn at the Sheraton Kona Resort & Spa. Greenwell Farms served a much-welcomed iced espresso to happy Cream of the Crop attendees and was rewarded with a gold medal in the open division People’s Choice.

Greenwell Farms Captures Gold in Cream of the Crop People’s Choice“We are so excited to be honored once again as the People’s Choice winner at this prestigious event. Our customers and fans appreciate the superior quality they have come to expect from our farm. This win is certainly a direct result of our commitment to excellence,” stated Greenwell Farms General Manager Tom Greenwell.

The Kona Coffee Council’s Cream of the Crop annual event presents a unique opportunity featuring desserts, Kona coffee, local island artists and craftspeople. The coffee tasting competitions feature three categories: Kona Estate Coffee, Kona Certified Organic and Kona Coffee, open division.

Shop on Greenwell Farms today, to learn more about our Kona Coffee.

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