Downtown Las Vegas is all about character, and The Beat Coffeehouse & Records doesn’t disappoint.
If you take a posh suburban vibe, the quick-service / high volume feel of Starbucks, and remove artisanship from the brewing experience, Bitter + Sweet is what’s left.
Ka’u Estate is my favorite of all the coffees I brought back and sampled from Maui.
Nestled in a side street of Wailuku, this open-air coffee shop is a great place to take a break, grab a sandwich, smoothie, or cup of joe, and relax.
The vibe at Bird Rock Coffee Roasters is strikingly laid-back, and their default brewing style is careful, thoughtful, and friendly (Chemex Kone and V60).
Everything about this place put a smile on my face.
Known as the “champaign of coffee”, Maui Mokka is one of my favorites from the batch of coffees I brought back from Hawaii.
Known as the “cabernet of coffees”, Maui Red Rooster is grown in Hawaii and roasted until the beans start to weep oil.
Known as the “champagne of coffee”, Maui Moka Goat is a small bean roasted dark.
Made from the Yellow Caturra bean Maui Cat is mild but distinctive in flavor.