By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon
CJ Travel Editor
Sure, good hotel cuisine requires an experienced and inventive chef. But at the end of the day, it’s the raw ingredients that really make the meal. And when those ingredients come fresh from the resort’s farm, are organically grown, and allowed to ripen on the vine, you’re guaranteed a feast that’s both flavorful and memorable. So check out these hotels, each with their own farm, and taste the difference freshness can make. Here are the top Caribbean farm-to-table resorts.
Kittitian Hill The lush hillsides of its 400-acre Belle Mont Farm (and a group of carefully vetted local growers) supply the kitchen at this St. Kitts villa resort with a cornucopia of ingredients, from pineapple to papayas, breadfruit to bananas.