September 30, 1999 king kona Hawaii's esteemed coffee bean shows that fine wine isn't the only delicious estate-grown sipper By Harvey Steiman J ohn Langenstein steadies himself against the rocky tilt of his farm on the steep slopes of Hawaii's Mauna Loa, on the Big Island, and picks a bright red berry, about the size of a cherry tomato, from a small tree.
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