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Your Guide to North Shore Coffee

Historically, Hawai’i has been renowned for its agriculture production, growing sugarcane and pineapple and every delectable commodity in between. The islands’ rich volcanic soil and winterless sub-tropical climate yield an abundance of crops. It should come as no surprise then that everyone’s favorite energy booster, the coffee bean, has its roots deep in the islands soil. While Kona coffee reigns supreme in coffee shops worldwide, fewer recognize that Oahu was the birthplace of coffee production in Hawai’i. And further, the North Shore of Oahu produces some of the finest premium coffee in the world, making it a go-to destination for coffee lovers and jet-lagged travelers alike. The Waialua Estate began growing premium coffee in 1996 following the closure of the Waialua Sugar Company, after a century-long sugar production tenure.

You Belong On The North Shore

If you close your eyes at night and visions of crashing waves, green mountains, and picturesque beaches flash before you, chances are you’re yearning for the North Shore.Whether our idyllic stretch of sand and surf has been your go-to vacation destination for years or you’ve always wanted to see what the hype is all about, the North Shore is calling your name. Still not convinced that you need to pack your bags and book a ticket? Take a few minutes and see if you fit into any of these categories. If the answer is yes, you know what the next step is. You belong on the North Shore if you’re the type of person who craves adventure. Surfing, yes, of course! The Sport of Kings has come to define the North Shore, but that’s not the only thing we have going for us.