Small museum, large gift-shop. A lot of different coffees to sample so a great place to stop for coffee.
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This is a neat place to hang out to sip on different Kona coffee flavors. When you are done, walk through the Lava Tube--which they have lit up with a string light. In the shop, they sell clothing and local snacks like banana bread and...More
We were brought here on a cruise excursion very disappointed. We really came to a business that sold coffee....they do have samples but the entire place is uneventful. It really is a giftshop that serves coffee. Nothing on site that would make you feel you...More
We stopped by this place last week to try some of their coffee (we had last visited 5 years ago). They had about a dozen Kona samplers, both dark roast and medium roast 100% Kona to flavored 10% Kona.. Their coffee tastes pretty good, but...More
This is just museum at a local coffee house to taste the famed Kona coffee. To my disgust the coffee was the filtered drip kind. I decided to purchase a coffee made by a barista only to find the coffee bar to be closed. When...More
Very tasty coffee but we did not get a tour of the roasting or factory. Long uncomfortable bus ride with not else to see in area.
great intro video, historic pictures of how Kona Coffee has evolved and an introduction to how this brand is maintaining the excellence which has made Kona Coffee famous.
We wanted to learn how coffee is made by taking a tour. Go elsewhere for that; there is no tour. What this little gem does offer is about a dozen different blends of Kona coffee that you can sample, self-served, at your leisure. I kept...More
We saw and selected several types of coffee. They had 100% Kona coffee and 10% Kona with flavored blends and decaf options also. They had many samples of coffee, macadamia nuts, rum cakes with macadamia nuts, and tourist items.
We stumbled upon this place while driving and decided to stop in as the sign mentioned "Kona coffee museum." The museum offered a brief video on the history of Kona coffee, how it is grown and produced. There is a sampling station of about 14...More