ROYAL KONA COFFEE CENTER
Please Note: To ensure the safety of staff and customers during this difficult time, we have temporarily closed the Royal Kona Coffee Center. We hope you and your ‘Ohana stay safe during these trying times, and look forward to serving you again when we reopen.
VISIT THE ROYAL KONA COFFEE CENTER
Find out how our delicious coffee is produced at our Royal Kona Coffee Center in Captain Cook, Hawaii.
And yes, there will be tasting! Lots of coffee samples, chocolate & cake.
Also, you will get to see where Kona coffee growers bring their coffee cherries to be processed. This includes separating the bean from pulp (fruit), drying the “wet” coffee beans, grading coffee beans by size and packing coffee for shipment to our roasting facility in Oahu, Honolulu.
COFFEE DRYING IN THE TROPICAL AIR
After the coffee beans are hulled, they are set out to dry in the warm tropical air.
This photo overlooks one of our coffee drying areas – if you look closely you can see the racks of beans laid out on the floor to dry.
The scenery is absolutely gorgeous, isn’t it?! Our visitors love taking memorable photos here.
TIKI STATUES & A LAVA TUBE
In this photo, visitors are on their way to take a stroll through an old fashioned lava tube. If you’ve never seen a lava tube, you don’t want to miss this part of the tour. It’s a visitor favorite.
Walk the grounds and enjoy the fauna and the sights, from carved Tiki statues to lush palm trees.
PLENTY OF SAMPLES TO ENJOY!
Enjoy samples of our many varieties of coffees while taking in the beautiful views of Kealakekua Bay. Be sure to try some of our Island Flavor Favorites.
Visit with our friendly staff and, if you wish, purchase bags of our coffees to take home with you.
Large groups please call ahead so we can prepare for your visit!
HOURS OF OPERATION
To ensure the safety of staff and customers during this difficult time, we have temporarily closed the Royal Kona Coffee Center. We hope you and your ‘Ohana stay safe during these trying times, and look forward to serving you again when we reopen.