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Kauai Coffee Company, Kalaheo

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  • Tours a few times a day and are free of charge. The tour guide was personable and very knowledgeable. We learned a lot. You can also do a self-guided tour. There are lots of signs with information. At...  more »
  • We drove out here on a day that it was raining at our resort in Lihue. By the time we got to the plantation it was beautiful and sunny with gorgeous views of the ocean and nice breezes. The coffee was...  more »
  • Great place to stop for a coffee and snack. Did the self guided tour of the plantation. Interesting information about how the plantation works.  more »
  • Decent tour (it's free!) and definitely great tasting coffee. So smooth especially the Peabody. The coffee beans are available at the Kauai Costco. Should've gotten a few more bags there.
  • The walking tour was nice. It's fun to hear facts from a guide than to read them, since you can ask them anything. The coffee beans aren't so cheap, but you get infinite free samples! The food here is okay, so I wouldn't recommend getting anything besides the coffee.
  • This is a great side stop on your Kauai vacation with free all-you-can-drink coffee. There is also a small coffee museum, walking tour of the coffee growing process, and gift shop offering direct shipping. This is one of the few places we've seen on the island that actually has a baby changing station in the ladies room. Handicap/stroller friendly as well.
  • Great coffee. Cool little walking tour through the coffee trees. Tasted coffee till it came out me ears. Staff was awesome.
  • Really cool to see a coffee estate, where they grow, harvest, sort, roast/grind, and package everything on site. They've got a self guided walking tour or you can wait for a guided tour if you want more info. Lots of coffee to try out for free, as well as a little cafe inside. Of course you can pick up a bunch of their coffee here, too. They've even got coffee in K-cups if you have a Keurig.