Archive for April 2019

Tuesday’s tip from Duke…

Tuesday’s tip from Duke… Here at Duke’s Hawaiian Coffee we love our coffee smooth, full body and it’s spectacularly good !!!! BUT . . . 3 Unexpected Things You Can Adding to Your Coffee. 1). . . Salt Ever tried salted dark chocolate? If you’re a fan of that, you’re sure to love some lightly…

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Koki Beach

Koki Beach The dark red sand at Kōkī Beach was produced by the nearby cinder cone hill of Ka Iwi O Pele, meaning “bones of Pele.” According to Hawaiian legend, Kōkī Beach is where the volcano goddess Pele fought her final battle with her older sister, Namakaokaha’i, the goddess of the ocean. Pele’s bones were…

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One’uli Black Sand Beach

An excellent beach for snorkeling & diving. In a nutshell: Oneuli Black Sand Beach is an excellent beach for snorkeling & diving. It is also packed full of educational value for naturalists & geology buffs. Minuses: Not the best “basking-and-bathing” beach. Sound-bite: “hey, what’s that rumbling sound?” DETAILS: Part of Makena State Park, One’uli (also…

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16 Surprising Facts About Coffee

Like Us ~ Follow Us ~  Share Us ~                  Put some Aloha in your cup. 16 ~ SURPRISING FACTS ABOUT COFFEE . . . DID YOU KNOW  . . . ? Here’s the backstory behind your morning cup. 1. Shepherds discovered coffee in Ethiopia circa 800 A.D.…

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KAPALUA BAY

In 1991, Kapalua Bay won the title of America’s Best Beach. With picturesque views, palm trees, golden sand and excellent swimming conditions, this is the kind of beach that comes to mind when you think of Hawaii. If you want some shade, you need to get there early and know which way the sun travels.…

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