The History of Hawaiian Coffee and Kona Coffee

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The History of the World’s Best Coffee: Hawaiian Coffee

Hawaiian coffee has a rich history of coffee production, though it is a relative newcomer to the coffee industry. Mark Twain said  Kona coffee has a richer flavor than any other.

Samuel Reverend Ruggles introduced it in 1828 from arabica cuttings he brought from Brazil.  Coffee grows very efficiently in Kona on both large and small plantations.
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Kona Coffee Farms in the State of Hawaii

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A Complete List of Kona Coffee Farms

There’s nothing like visiting Kona coffee farms if you’re looking for a complete coffee experience when you visit Hawaii.  Unless you’ve flown direct to Kona, you’ll probably have to take an interisland flight to the Big Island of Hawaii. The Kona International Airport is located outside the town at Keahole Point. If you’re in Hilo, you can drive to Kona, but it takes about two and half hours (one way) to get there on the old scenic roads.
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