Ka'u Coffee Mill, Pahala

4.6
#131 of 238 in Outdoors in Island of Hawaii
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  • We thoroughly enjoyed this excursion to see a Coffee and Macadamia plantation that was not quite as commercialized as some. Great video presentation of their operations on former sugar cane plantation...  more »
  • Speaking of Hawaii island's famous coffee, Kona coffee. The cow coffee is known as Kona coffee is famous in the world, in the past 10 years to become famous. Its central location is caucoffeemill. Between the volcano National Park and punalu'u Bake Shop (naalehu) to go with no car rental are located, so you cannot. Pajara residential went from No. 11 and up from there, on your left. You can can cow coffee shop, buy the coffee of choice. Unfortunately, does not cover farm. It is currently without documentation about the cow coffee, refreshment coffee lovers. The sales instead of nor aggressive, "people want to buy, buy" situation. Care will be expanded at all? how do I spread from here? I think in many ways, I want to pay attention. It is possible to buy Queen's market, located in Waikoloa on the cow coffee, too.
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  • The history & tour of this great little coffee mill makes it well worth a visit. The tours are free ( limited times so check ahead) and fascinating to hear how they grow & roast ( from seed to brew) b...  more »
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  • You can. Smell the. Aroma.of the coffee very.nice the beautiful lady at the counter is awesome. Five.star. Ka'u. Coffee. Mill
  • The coffee isn't great. It is local coffee but there are better brews and if you go on a tour you can buy from them. I don't recommend the coffee but the macadamia brittle is good and I suggest trying that.
  • Fun, informal tour. Not a coffee drinker myself, but it was neat to see the whole coffee making process from berries on the tree to coffee grounds in the bag. Nice place to pick up souvenirs to take back home.
  • A great find! Excellent coffee, excellent little shop, and a very interesting spot that does its best to teach visitors about coffee.
  • Beautiful place. Friendly staff. Loved dark roast! Worth the stop.

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Where to stay in Pahala

The preserved coastline offers limited accommodations, usually hotels situated in old plantation homes. Most people will explore the coastal area around Pahala, as well as some of the old sugar plantation homes and their grounds, as part of a day trip from one of the more tourist-focused places on the island, such as Kailua-Kona, situated on the west coast.
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