We learned quite a bit about the coffee process. We were provided with a laminated information page that provided information about the coffee growing to roasting process. We were able to walk through the coffee bean trees, up to where the beans are processed & dried and down to see the beans being roasted. Staff are very friendly and it... 更多
The self guided tour is quick and the staff is super nice here. We were off season so only saw roasting going on. We learned so much about coffee and of course the best part was sampling coffee and buying stuff. I got pea berry Kona coffee and yes you practically have to mortgage your house for it but I... 更多
We visited the plantation in March and were very impressed by the friendly staff. This is a working farm, and the tour was self-guided at our own pace. Information sheets are provided, we found this convenient and informative. After the tour, staff was available to answer our questions, showed us their products and pointed us to free samples of their... 更多
This isn't a big time tour but self guided you get the real feel for the process. Takes 45 min. at most, unless machines are actually working.
I was delighted to visit this family run business. We were fortunate to arrive when both their drum and air roasters were going at the same time. The roast-master (I have forgotten her name) was keen to share her story with us. We were coffee roasters once and so had a ton of questions. She shared a hand full of... 更多
This place does not look like much at first glance, but it surprises you. The people that run it are very friendly and will let you try a lot of things in the store. The Coconut coffee is quite good. They also sell a Coffee Scrub that is very nice and they will let you sample it if you like.... 更多
This coffee plantation is easy to miss - make sure you're watching for the small, white roadside signs! You have... 更多