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How Did Coffee Get To Hawaii?

Posted by Sarah Klacik on

Well, I didn't know either, until I did a few searches. In a nutshell, Don Francisco de Paula Marin was the first to bring coffee trees to Hawaii in 1817, but the seedlings didn’t survive, unfortunately.

Chief Boki and his wife Kuini Liliha

 

However, in 1825 after a tragic trip to London where King Kamehameha II...

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Spotlight On The Menu: The Turbo

Posted by Sarah Klacik on

Need a jolt of caffeine? Available hot or iced, the “Turbo” is our way of kicking your coffee into overdrive by adding espresso to it.
Coffee Gallery Turbo
Simply choose from our...
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How To: Make Your Own Cold Brew Coffee!

Posted by Sarah Klacik on

Caffeinated and cold, I'm not sure if there's a better summer beverage than Cold Brew Coffee for the hot and humid summer we experience here in Hawaii!

There are many benefits to choosing it over regular iced coffee (check out this blog post about Cold Brew), so why not work it into your summer routine!

 

In a large jar, add:

  • 1 part coarsely ground coffee...
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Spotlight On The Menu: Cafe Latte

Posted by Sarah Klacik on

If you’ve never heard of a latte, I think its safe to assume you’ve probably never set foot in a coffee shop. [If you really don’t know what it is, click here……]

But even if you do, there’s plenty about a latte that the average coffee drinker probably doesn’t know!

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How-To: French Press Coffee

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7 Steps To Making The Perfect French Press Coffee.

Coffee Gallery French Press

Less “finicky” then most methods, French press brewing is an ideal way to make coffee, producing a full-flavored cup with a delicious sweetness. It retains ...

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