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We dropped in as part of a tour group. We were told we can taste several coffees. I think the woman behind the counter yesterday didn't want to be there. She gave me a sampling of coffee in a little taster cup. When asked to...More
Used to love to come to this little store. There used to be a cafe that sold the most amazing ice cream...it closed in 2016. All that is left now is a small store selling the coffee (of which we purchased...it is very good) and...More
Other than a chance to sample a variety of native grown coffees and use the restroom, not really much else to do. There is a live band a couple days a week, but we had little interest in it. Stopped, hoping for a tour of...More
I was here in about February 2016. I just happened across the reviews now and thought I would add my view. It must have been a Tuesday, because when we got here the music was in full swing. It was crowded and hard to find...More
This stop was very disapponting. The coffee costs more here than in the small grocery store in town. The only draw for this place is the music on certain days of the week. They did not even have any brewed coffee. I had to go...More
I always like Coffees of Hawaii coffee, and had the opportunity to sit and sip while I listened to the musical gathering on the terrace. But the place is a shadow of its former self. The coffee bar is currently out of commission with a...More
The coffee is good but the friendly isle atmosphere doesnt apply there with the middle aged female clerk. She was hostile from the first time we walked in. The 2 stars is really for the opportunity to listen to the ukulele group that practices there...More