The final estimate for the 2014-15 Hawai‘i coffee marketings is 7.5 million pounds, which is 11 percent lower than the 2013-14 crop season.
What are you going to do about the permit that allows coffee from Oʻahu that can be contaminated with the berry borer beetle brought untreated to Maui? Why does Kona and the rest of the Big Island have to treat but not Oʻahu?
To celebrate and show their gratitude, Maui’s first drive-thru coffee shop is giving away eight $100 Akamai Coffee Co. gift cards today through Friday.
Maui Coffee Attic opened its doors on Jan. 12 at 59 Kanoa St. in Wailuku in the old Hokama’s Music & Color TV building. The shop is open Monday through Saturday from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The Grown on Maui Coffee Festival will be hosted by the Maui Coffee Association at The Shops at Wailea on Saturday, Jan. 17, between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. at the fountain courtyard.
This Saturday, the Maui Coffee Association presents their 7th Annual Seed to Cup Coffee Festival with everything from gourmet eats to a coffee-themed fashion show.
The reimbursement to property owners is the result of a unique farm-residential concept that combines a working coffee farm with a master-planned residential community in West Maui.
MauiGrown Coffee is reporting a record harvest this year of their Arabica coffee varieties grown at their 500-acre Kaanapali Estate.
Maui Coffee Roasters in Kahului serves up great coffee that has customers waiting for their doors to open each morning.
MauiNow samples some MauiGrown coffee in lieu of the highly-praised Kona variety.
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