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Robert P wrote a review Dec 2018
Orangeville, Canada40 contributions23 helpful votes
We have been visiting Antigua regularly since 2000. Our kids are now in their 30s and their favourite souvenirs are English Harbour Rum and Carib Bean Coffee. This year we brought home 14 pounds of coffee - some for home and most as souvenirs. Much better than a t shirt, and doesn't break in shipping. Visiting the roastery is an experience that goes with the coffee. The smell of fresh coffee along with the hands on roasting is very authentic and not at all touristy. They blend coffee for the yachts and many of the hotels plus have some stock offerings. Definitely a must do - plan on 30 to 45 minutes.…
Date of experience: November 2018
Hannah S wrote a review Apr 2018
Brilliant Coffee in an amazing location overlooking Falmouth Harbour. Very friendly team and you can also buy different types of coffee to take home.
Date of experience: April 2018
seeker6570 wrote a review Apr 2018
Dartford, United Kingdom28 contributions3 helpful votes
If you love coffee it’s worth visiting here while traveling around the island, you can buy coffee beans to take home with and they also make a great cup of coffee, they do not sell any food just coffee but it’s worth the trip!
Date of experience: March 2018
sandmrhodes wrote a review May 2017
Austin, Texas57 contributions22 helpful votes
Set in a quaint Caribbean cottage, this coffee roaster/coffee shop is a great place to get a cup-o-joe.even better if they are roasting while you are there. It is a small operation but supplies most of the restaurants on Antigua. Easy to access by public bus from English Harbour. Informed and informative staff. Got a bag of coffee to take back to the boat. It was still a little warm from the roaster.…
Date of experience: April 2017
ashley b wrote a review May 2017
8 contributions9 helpful votes
Friendly, great service. . yummy, freshly brewed cups, including iced. Brought some home with us. Clean place.
Date of experience: October 2016