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Experience Vanuatu's very own 'Taste of Paradise'. Watch and learn as our staff take you on a once in a lifetime journey from the 'Tree To The Cup'. Indulge in 100% Arabica Coffee direct from our plantation on Tanna and delight in locally made cakes...more
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Devils Point Road | Waisisi, Port Vila, Efate, Vanuatu
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Great coffee and service. We were treated to a tour and informative talk about the process of coffee production by Alan who was a brilliant host. Really interesting and friendly session. We went back for the best coffee each day of our holiday.
One of the places we stop on our day tour in Port Vila, not a coffee drinker, but understand from fellow tourist that the coffee is good. What i personally like is the tour done by the staff, although it about ten minutes but it...More
When you first walk in the aroma of roasted beans is the only way to start to day. The staff where great with our kids and enjoyed the babycino. The brownie and cupcake was a bit dry but still edible. The skin care products from...More
The scent of the coffee drew us into the building. They showed us around and explained the process and places the raw coffee is grown on Tanna Island. Great coffee as we found when we sampled it. There were also local Chocolate for sale Aeland...More
Tanna Coffee is more than a coffee shop, the coffee is roasted there, you can not only get a coffee and a pastry, you can take a guided tour of the production area, buy coffee by the bag, custom pods, coffee liqueur, local chocolate, skin...More
Well worth a short bus ride or an hour's walk from the centre of town. The aroma of good coffee hits you as you walk through the door before being greeted by one of the coffee workers eager to explain how they do their business....More
The staff are so friendly. Like most places in Vanuatu, we were greeted with big welcoming smiles.
The your was short, but an incredibly informative. We learned about the roasting, packaging and distribution of Tanna coffee. After the your it was time to sit down...More