Hawaii Coffee Farm Cultivates Century-Old Coffee Trees - Princess Radha Kona Coffee Farm Also Grows Fruits and Macadamia Nuts

by dan on May 9, 2010

Princess Radha Farm grows more than 7,000 coffee trees on their 7 acre Kona coffee farm in the southern part of Kona Coffee Country on the Big Island of Hawaii. The land has been farmed in coffee for more than 150 years, and some of the coffee trees being cultivated today are more than 100 years old.

Also growing on Princess Radha Farm are 125 macadamia nut trees as well as many avocado trees, tangerine, orange, lychee, guava, grapefruit, papaya, pineapple, mango, and mountain apple trees. Call for an appointment to take a tour of the farm.

Also see: The Top Ten Coffees in the World

Princess Radha Farm sells green (unroasted) Kona coffee beans, bulk green premium Kona coffee beans, Kona coffee parchment, roasted coffee, and also bulk roasted gourmet Kona coffee beans.  Princess Radha Farm also offers farm tours (by appointment) and accommodations.  Princess Radha Farm is a member of the Kona Coffee Farmers Association.

To read about more Kona Coffee Farms see Kona Coffee Farms, Tours, and Coffeehouses.

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