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Greenwell Farms- Cream of the Crop People’s Choice Award

Our Legacy |September 9, 2013

Greenwell Farms Wins Cream Of The Crop People’s Choice Award!

Last Saturday, hundreds of people attended the Cream of the Crop coffee and dessert tasting competition at the Four Seasons Resort Hualalai and had the...
Chai L Neo – Earns Q-Grader Certification

Behind the Cup |August 16, 2013

Chai L Neo – Earns Q-grader Certification

  Greenwell Farms is extremely proud to announce Chai Neo’s recent completion of the Coffee Quality Institute (CQI) Q-Grader training and her successful qualification as...
Kona Kohala Chamber of Commerce Award

Our Legacy |July 30, 2013

Greenwell Farms Captures Prestigious Kona Kohala Chamber Of Commerce Award

The Kona Kohala Chamber of Commerce presented its prestigious Visitor Industry Marketing Award to Greenwell Farms at the Chamber’s Annual Membership Meeting and Luncheon on...
Henry Nicholas Greenwell

Our Legacy |June 24, 2013

Coffee & Greenwell Family Heritage

The Greenwell Farms legacy began in 1850 when Henry Nicholas Greenwell left England and first set foot on the fertile soil of rural Kona. Together...
Tom Greenwell

Our Legacy |June 24, 2013

Modern Coffee Times

Today, Greenwell Farms is situated in the heart of the Kona Coffee growing region (see map) adjacent to the ancestral home of Henry and Elizabeth,...

Behind the Cup |June 24, 2013

Coffee Brewing

Coffee brewing is not a science, but an art. For best results, grind your beans just prior to brewing. We recommend using a coarse to...

Behind the Cup |June 24, 2013

Processing Coffee Cherry

It takes 4.25 pounds of coffee cherry to produce one pound of dried parchment. Each day’s harvest must be processed that day to ensure the...

Behind the Cup |June 24, 2013

Growing Coffee

Orchard Establishment – A coffee orchard requires three to four years of maintenance before a significant crop can be harvested. Growing Cycle – Coffee trees...

Behind the Cup |June 24, 2013

Processing Coffee Parchment

It takes 1.25 pounds of dried parchment to produce one pound of green bean coffee. Dried parchment is delivered to the Dry Mill where the...
Visitors Tasting Kona Coffee

Behind the Cup |June 24, 2013

Coffee Roasting And Packaging

It takes 1.25 pounds of green beans to make one pound of roasted coffee. Green bean is delivered to the roasting facility. The roasting process...

Behind the Cup |June 24, 2013

Roasted Coffee Storage Tips

Greenwell Farms roasts fresh coffee beans daily. Freshly roasted whole bean and ground coffee are promptly packaged in airtight foil bags.  All 8 ounce and...
Konawaena Farm

Behind the Cup |June 13, 2013

Sneak Peek! The New Greenwell Farms Konawaena Farm

The rains have returned and our new "Konawaena" farm above the Mamalahoa Highway is coming to life. This is a 40-acre farm that we are...

Our Legacy |June 7, 2013

Greenwell Farms Featured In Islands Magazine

Greenwell Farms was featured in the May issue of Islands Magazine. The article is a beautiful display of coffee in Kona and about Greenwell Farms....
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