The Town of Kona is located on the slopes of the Hualālai volcano. Kona is nourished by afternoon showers and rich volcanic soil, this region produces some of the finest coffee, confections, and ales in the world. Indulge your taste buds and experience a more sumptuous side of Kona. The small group size provides a memorable experience. Head south along the coast and share the historical and cultural highlights of the Kona district. The first stop is at Greenwell Farms which has been growing coffee in Hawaii for over a century and makes 100% of the Kona coffee, one of the Hawaii’s most well-known coffee’s. You’ll also sample nearly a dozen varieties, shop, and browse the store. Working your way back north, your next stop is at Donkey Balls Chocolate Factory. Nestled in the quaint town of Kainaliu, this factory specializes in donkey balls (chocolate covered macadamia nuts), along with dozens of other treats that range from mild (dry roasted mac nuts) to wild (cayenne covered chocolate coffee beans). Go behind the scenes into the factory to see how everything is made. Afterwards, you can sample some more, browse, and shop at their store. Arriving back in Kona Town, your journey ends at the Kona Brewing Company, home of the island’s fresh ales. For nearly 20 years, KBC has produced “liquid aloha” at the Kona headquarters. You’ll taste a selection of their signature ales, with hints of ingredients of local products like passion fruit, Kona coffee, and toasted coconut. When you complete the flavor experience, you will return to the Kona pier, wiser (and fuller) than when you left.