Kauai Coffee Plantation, Kauai

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    Coffee Grows Here!!

    by AKtravelers Written Sep 17, 2006

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    Favorite thing: Hawaii is the only state in the U.S. in which coffee grows (reason enough alone to move there) and there are several coffee plantations on Kauai. Most Hawaiian coffee is known as Kona, and it is a mild blend. If you like the strong body of European coffee or Starbuck's more bold blends, you might find Kona a bit light for your taste.

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    I wahi kope nau? Will you have some coffee?

    by keida84 Written Jun 6, 2006

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    Favorite thing: My favorite thing about Kaua'i is the coffee or "kope" that is grown there. Everytime we travel to the islands we always return with a boatload of coffee. Kaua'i coffee is "ono" which means delicious.

    Koloa, Kaua'i is the largest coffee growing region in the United States, with over 4,000 acres of rich volcanic soil that once grew sugar cane . Coffee has been grown on Kaua'i since 1836 which makes it the oldest growing region of the Hawai'ian Islands. With the perfect growing conditions of soil, rainfall and sunshine it is no wonder that Kaua'i grows some of the best coffee in the world.

    Kaua'i Kope (coffee) is the best as far as my taste buds are concerned so relax and don't "wiki wiki" hurry grab a cup of hot or iced coffee and watch the world go by.

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