Kauai Coffee is grown on 22,000 acres of a former sugar cane plantation by the Kauai Coffee Company since 1987. Kauai Coffee’s Koloa Estate is the largest coffee farm in the United States, with more than three thousand acres where four million coffee trees grow. The soil, rain, sun and gentle winds work together to produce some of the finest Hawaiian coffee beans. Kauai Coffee Company is committed to caring for the environment with the utmost respect for the land.
Unfortunately, five years after the coffee estate began, a devastating hurricane ruined most of the crop. Only four years later, Kauai Coffee rebounded and their annual harvest equaled the entire Kona Coffee Belt’s harvest. Today, coffee grown in Kauai is preferred over Kona by many because it is a more flavorful cup. Were you to visit the island of Kauai, you could tour the estate by foot or by video. The tour shares information on the coffees, the process and the final roasting. Their logo of a hula girl rising from the steam of a coffee cup is well-known around the islands.
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