Easy to get to but I didn't see any signs so get directions or use GPS. The drive is lovely, up into the hills. The free tour gives you an overview of the coffee growing and harvesting processes. We watched for a few moments while they were doing the roasting and we learned a few things about coffee that we didn't know. I was surprised that the teas were quite good, too. We were only able to taste one type of coffee, which seemed a little odd to me because I would think that the more opportunity to taste would equal more purchases, but maybe not. Anyway, the coffee is very good and the tour was enjoyable. Great place to pick up some gifts to take back home.
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