The front door of the Plantation and the coffee plants are shown below. The banana trees planted among the coffee plants are meant to be used to divert bugs away from the coffee plants.
The following pictures show the flower, the red fruit, the structure of the coffee, and the picking basket:
The raw fruits will go through washing, cleaning and separation, fermentation, drying, selection, and roasting. For a 40 lb batch at 160 C, 15 minutes, 17 minutes, and 20 minutes are used respectively for the light, medium, and espresso roast. Peaberry are fruits whose seed (bean) are not split to two halves. Peaberry is always only roasted for 17 minutes.
I enjoyed the tour very much and bought some coffee for Tom and Janice.