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Topic: Spending a day in Kona, any reccomended coffe shops? (3 msgs / 68 lines)
1) From: Paul Furuta
Any recomendations for a good place to sip a cup or two of coffee (not necessarily to get green beans)...?
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2) From: Terry McVay (rr)
When I have to leave the house without time to make a cup, and I'm in Kona
Town.. there is the "International Market place" and a shop there where the
owner roasts his own onsite, his name is Paul(?), wife's name is Nancy, nice
folks.  Hula Bean on Alii Drive used to be good, owner/roaster but the last
time I went there were strangers and undrinkable (to my taste...) coffee.
Further down the Alii drive is Lava Java (where I had a cup with Zara Haimo
last year when she was on a visit) and depending on who is making coffee, it
can be ok.  I would avoid any place that appears to be named to attract 12
year old boys (Surfing Ass Coffee comes to mind.. picture of a donkey on the
sign for the slower customers)
Terry

3) From: Paul Furuta
Thanks Terry
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