This is an older, established plantation that has a lot of history about it. The people who work there are very nice, low key, and willing to share and show you around. They appear to be very happy and welcoming. My husband and I always stop here when we come to Hawaii. We can sit and drink free coffee and talk to all of the other tourists. The establishment doesnt seem to mind. But then again, why would they? We usually walk about of there spending about $100. The coffee is very good, as are all of their products. The atmosphere is perfect.
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