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Hula Daddy Kona Coffee is the winner of the 2016 Kona Coffee Cupping Competition and the 2015 Hawaii Cupping Competition. Hula Daddy sells roasted coffee beans that have been grown on its own plantation. We offer coffee tasting, farm tours and...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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Suggested duration: < 1 hour
74-4944 Mamalahoa Hwy, Holualoa, Island of Hawaii, HI 96725-9604
We were greeted by the owners when we walked up, very friendly, outgoing with a great sense of humor. The shop has a neat kitchen area for brewing, cupping and tasting with a nice collection of brewing ware of all types and ages. Don’t overlook...More
We had a lovely tour of the plantation and a wonderful tasting session - meeting the owner of the plantation was a real treat and the coffee was just wonderful. Everyone at Hula Daddy's was very gracious.
Highly recommend Hula Daddy coffee plantation for a tour. Our guide did a fantastic job of explaining the Kona coffee growing, harvesting, and roasting process. We were able to walk through the orchard of coffee trees, pick ripe coffee berries, sample Kona coffee, and more.
Our last full day in Kailua-Kona we really wanted to visit a coffee plantation. A few years ago we visited a more southern "touristy" one so we looked for something a bit more "organic"...the name alone intrigued us as being a fun place and since...More
Outstanding tour with a knowledgeable guide. She showed us the beetle plaguing the island’s coffee plantations. We tasted coffees, chocolate covered coffee beans, and tea made from coffee cherry skins. Interesting citrus flavor. We learned why Kona coffee is SO pricey. Bought half a tree’s...More
Great tour. My wife and I did this apart of our honeymoon. The plantation is only a few acres, but it works the same. We personally like the smaller tours and smaller places where we can learn more and get a more personal experience. Honestly,...More
Aloha The tour is free and so are the coffee samples. The tours last about 30 minutes. However, we offer the tour the visitor wants not the tour we want to do. So sometimes tours can be shorter and sometimes longer depending... More
Aloha The tour is free and so are the coffee samples. The tours last about 30 minutes. However, we offer the tour the visitor wants not the tour we want to do. So sometimes tours can be shorter and sometimes longer depending on you. Mahalo Karen