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Behind the Cup |May 20, 2020

Meet Olivia, Greenwell Farms Tour Guide

Greenwell Farms provides farm tours led by expert guides who share the rich history and craft behind producing Greenwell Farms 100% Kona Coffee. Meet Olivia, she will give you a taste of the farm in a brief interview below.  

Welcome to Greenwell Farms, my name is Olivia, I am a tour guide here and we specialize in 100% Kona Coffee.

What’s your favorite place on the farm?

One of the most amazing thigs about the farm here is that we have fruit all year-round including oranges, papaya, apple banana, lychee and so many more things, including our favorite Kona Avocado trees.

What’s a question you are frequently asked?

A lot of people do ask me what a Peaberry is…now if you look down in my left hand, you’ll see a regular coffee cherry, and most times what you get out, between 95 and 97 percent are these two seeds.  Now there is something that happens the other 3-5 percent, one of these coffee seeds is going to fold over on itself and you end up with one singular bean, called your Peaberry.

What’s your favorite Greenwell Farms product?

My favorite product here at the farm is our farm grown black peppercorn.  Now not everyone is too familiar with it but when we harvest it. It’s very fresh making it very aromatic and herbaceous and once you try this pepper it’s really like first class. You can not go back to economy pepper.

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