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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 the free, 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. Make Hula Daddy Kona Coffee a centerpiece of your Holualoa vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Holualoa family vacation planner.
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  • I like to drink coffee in the morning and was open to trying something now. Extremely bitter for me but the owners were very nice.  more »
  • First stop on our self-guided drive through Kona coffee country. Nice people, free samples of good coffee, very relaxing spot. And so easy to find! Anyone visiting this part of Hawaii should make time...  more »
  • wonderful place to stop. Cute t shirts, expensive coffee great view, nice people work there, beautiful place  more »
  • 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.
  • Wish we could have stayed longer but overall a great experience. They have delicious coffee for sampling and an interesting tea made from the coffee skins. The tour was short but very informative and free! Everyone was so nice and knowledgeable. The master roaster was able to give us some great information about the roasting processs which was interesting. I highly recommend checking this place out!
  • Their coffee was delicious, and the tea was excellent. The tour was interesting, and it was a joy talking with the people there. Laura (their roaster) in particular was very knowledgeable. Would definitely visit again.
  • Fantastic coffee!! The staff are welcoming, tours offered frequently through the day. Coffee is on the higher end for price ($55-75 USD for a pound of beans) but worth it for the quality of the roast if you can afford to splurge. Available to order online as well.
  • Wonderful (free) tour with coffee tasting. Tour start when a group gathers. They are very proud of their coffee and rightfully so.