Bee hives are important to the pollination of Kona coffee trees.

In case you were wondering, here is what coffee trees look like.

Scruffy looking lambs.

Scruffy looking lambs.

Satomi and Ruth looking at the lambs.

Satomi is barely tall enough to keep the lambs from stealing food.

Satomi almost gets locked in with the sheep.

The plantation is full of coconut trees and other organic plants. Pele Plantation is a certified organic estate.

The view from Gus and Cynthia's house (owners of Pele Plantation) is unbeatable.

This is where the coffee beans are cleaned up.

Satomi by the coffee mill. This is where the coffee beans are cleaned up.

Matt with a basket ready to pick coffee cherries.

Satomi by the coffee mill. This is where the coffee beans are cleaned up.

A sack of Kona coffee beans. These beans are just waiting to get roasted.

The finger of Rob and a bag of green Kona coffee beans.

A sack of green Kona coffee beans.

The storage shed for storing different estates of coffee beans is kept air conditioned and dehumidified.

Rob selects a sack of Kona coffee.

Kona coffee being roasted. The roaster is like a hot air popcorn popper that is temperature regulated.

The control panel for the Kona coffee roaster.

Kona coffee being roasted. The roaster is like a hot air popcorn popper that is temperature regulated.

This is the time and temperature table for roasting Kona coffee from various estates.

Matt with a basket ready to pick coffee cherries.

The Kona coffee beans are roasted and being poured out into the collecting bin.

The Kona coffee beans are roasted and being poured out into the collecting bin.

The Kona coffee beans are roasted and being poured out into the collecting bin.

The Kona coffee beans are roasted and being poured out into the collecting bin.

The Kona coffee beans are roasted and being poured out into the collecting bin.

The Kona coffee beans are roasted and being poured out into the collecting bin.

The Kona coffee beans are roasted and being poured out into the collecting bin.

The Kona coffee beans are roasted and being poured out into the collecting bin.

The Kona coffee beans are roasted and being poured out into the collecting bin.

The Kona coffee beans are roasted and being poured out into the collecting bin.

Peaberry coffe (left) and regular coffee beans (right).

Kona coffee after it has been roasted to the 'pele roast' perfection. Pele Roast is the signature roast that is between medium and dark roasts.

Kona coffee after it has been roasted to the 'pele roast' perfection. Pele Roast is the signature roast that is between medium and dark roasts.

Kona coffee beans up close and personal.

Ruth hard at work bagging macadamia nuts.

Satomi works hard to bag our macadamia nuts.

This is the heat sealer that molds the coffee and macadamia nut bags.

Old tyme plantation vehicle. This is Gus's ride.

Old tyme plantation vehicle. This is Gus's ride.

Satomi and Cynthia at the end of the tour.

Ruth, Rob, Satomi, and Matt dine at el Secret restaurant in Honaunau after the Kona coffee tour at Pele Plantation.

Peaberry has one whole bean per cherry.

Ruth, Rob, Satomi, and Matt dine at el Secret restaurant in Honaunau after the Kona coffee tour at Pele Plantation.

The Kona coffee beans are roasted and being poured out into the collecting bin.

This is where the coffee beans are dried. Every morning, the roof is rolled to the side to allow sunlight to dry out the beans.

This is where the coffee beans are dried. Every morning, the roof is rolled to the side to allow sunlight to dry out the beans.