Hula Daddy Kona Coffee, Holualoa

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Learn how homegrown beans are processed into a delicious, award-winning brew at Hula Daddy Kona Coffee. The family-owned plantation was founded in 2002 with the mission to produce world-class coffee. Take a guided tour which includes a stop at the orchard to see how the seeds are grown, picked, and sorted, followed by a visit to the roasting facilities. The tour also includes a coffee and tea tasting. To take the taste home, visit the gift shop, where you can buy bags of coffee, as well as island sweets. Advance reservations are required, please visit the website for further information. Before you head to Holualoa, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Holualoa trip itinerary website , to make sure you see all that Holualoa has to offer, including Hula Daddy Kona Coffee.
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  • If you're going to visit a coffee farm, then Hula Daddy is the place to see. It's small (boutique) and unassuming. Several things stood out about our visit. 1. The coffee: wow... it's the best I've ev...  more »
  • We stopped in on a rainy day for a tour. Incredibly knowledgeable staff and a quick and informative tour. We got to see the actual roasting of the coffee and watch the roast master do her batch tastin...  more »
  • Great tour of a working Coffee farm. Very interesting information, and great samples, and they have a great tea as well. The tour costs $10 per person.  more »
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  • Excellent experience! We loved the coffee and the tour was fantastic. We mentioned being interested in one of the coffees and they quickly made a cup for us to try. The atmosphere is very calming with a great view. The coffee is very expensive. We liked it so much we were "forced" to purchase a large amount of it. The tea is very good too.
  • Outstanding experience we just had today. We left wanting to be coffee aficionados. Very rarely does a consumer see the start to finish of a product. So much so that we bought the freshest batch Karen the owner hand picked herself along with Laura the on site master roaster. Afterwards, Karen engaged my 3 kids regarding choosing a career path in lieu of her move from California to the Big Island. There's more to every sip we take in New York, henceforth. Thanks, Hula Daddy!
  • Cute tasting room with a gorgeous view. Very informative free tour with coffee and tea samples to try. This is great for coffee aficionados, but a heads up - if you're planning to take some home with you, the coffee is pricey!! (But worth it once you learn the delicate process that their coffee goes though)
  • Gorgeous building and moderately nice tour. Tour and samples are free. Feels a little more focused on specifics of the coffee and elite distinction factors. If you want to talk about roasting temperatures and soil factors and how different the palette impact is of 1500' plants versus 2200' plants then this might be for you. Great location and definitely recommended visit.
  • Karen the owner is a very passionate and energetic person. With a tour that's both informative and interesting, she impressed everyone with how far they go to ensure the best of the best quality in their products. The tea made out of the coffee bean cherry is a genius idea with a unique taste.

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