Green World Coffee Farms

by Mariam Beard • Last Updated: April 25, 2021

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  • Island: OAHU

About Green World Coffee Farms

Green World Coffee Farms is nestled on seven acres of land with over 3,000 coffee trees. From Waikiki, it’s about 25 miles or 40 kilometers, making it about a 30 minute drive depending on traffic. This place is super cool. They’ve got these coffee samples and of course the garden in the back. There’s lots of fresh food if you want to grab something to eat before you head up to the north shore. There’s a restroom in this location as well.

The Main Coffee Shop

This first section you see here is the main coffee shop area if you want to grab some caffeine or a snack or something like that. Here is the retail store. They’ve got lots of gifts, these really cool paintings and a lot of locally made items as well.

Inside the Shop

We’re here on the inside of Greenville Coffee Farms where I got this chai latte. Let’s take a look at what’s inside this exact shop. I really like this. This is pretty cool. 100 Hawaiian estate grown coffee from the farm itself. This is their main coffee area that’s in the back where you pick up your order.

Gifts and Souvenirs

If you love coffee, you can buy it here. After walking around, we decided to check what kind of gifts we could purchase. They’ve got these locally made tiles for the caffeine lover in your life. These lotions smelled absolutely amazing. Perfect souvenir. We’ve got handmade stoneware and we’ve got these small coasters as well. There’s lots of unique blends like the pipeline blend blueberry strudel.

The Coffee Garden

And now we’re heading over to the coffee garden. [Music] And we’re trying these little red cherries that you can see here and apparently only on Oahu they keep them like this where the skins are still red and you can peel them. So we’ll take a look at what it looks like. Show you guys what makes us pretty unique is that all of their coffee that they serve is actually roasted there on the farm. You can grab a quick cup of caffeine whether that’s coffee or tea and then head on a self-guided tour of the coffee garden.

Tea is my personal favorite so I tried their chai latte which was super delicious. I also tried some of their samples. They’ve got different roasts available.

Hours of Operation

  • Monday-Friday: 7am-5pm
  • Saturday/Sunday: 7am-6pm
  • CLOSED Thanksgiving and Christmas Day

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I'm an Oahu resident sharing my adventures here in Hawaii to help take the guesswork out of planning your trip to Hawaii. I also work full-time as a concierge and have planned thousands of itineraries for travelers like you!

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