Have a Cuppa Kona: Hilo Coffee Mill, Big Island

Situated on 24 verdant acres halfway between Hilo and Volcanoes National Park, you’ll find the Hilo Coffee Mill. Besides being able to watch the roasting and packaging of all types of Hawaiian blends, you can also sit at the tasting or full expresso bars and have a cup — or two — of delicious lattes, mochas, cappuccinos, hot chocolates, chocolates with macadamias, fresh brewed coffees and teas (iced and hot).

At their new retail store, you can see the Green Coffee in 5 lbs. of green beans, packed in clear, heavy-duty bags or 100 lb bags for heavy coffee drinking. It sounds like a great place to spend a morning or afternooon. You can also get on their newsletter list, explore their other Big Island locations, and more at their very functional Web site.

Posted by Gil Zeimer on March 02, 2006 in Travel

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