Heard that this coffee company would let you make your own coffee. That sounded like a neat activity/souvenir gift item so we took the drive to visit. We missed the building on the first drive by-there is no big touristy sign identifying it like you would see for the Dole Plantation, for example. We asked what was involved with making your own coffee blend and it didn't sound like it was worth the money. They provide you with the beans and you pour them into a machine where you sit and look at the machine doing its thing for 20 minutes. Then you pour it into a bag with your picture on it. Yay. For $30/person, I think I'll pass. You don't get to look at the whole coffee production process or make your own blend which is what I would have liked. It's all about learning something new. So after declining to spend the big bucks for the honour of a coffee bag with our pic on it, we tried some free samples of coffee and purchased a few blends for family and friends. The girl in the gift shop was patient and informative and spent a lot of time with us explaining the different blends available and the "crack-ulating" process they use to make it. We left a few dollars lighter than before, and with ice cream.
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