Join us for the inaugural Kauaʻi Chocolate & Coffee Festival!
Friday, October 23 5:00-9:00 p.m.
Saturday, October 24 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Historic Hanapepe Town
Hawaiʻis cacao and coffee industries will be highlighted, along with a showcase of the many products and talents of local farmers, chefs, roasters, chocolatiers, baristas, and manufacturers. We will have a Moloaʻa Bay Coffee & Chocolate booth, and we will be giving out coffee and chocolate samples to Passport holders!


By purchasing a Passport, you will receive exclusive access to special Chocolate & Coffee tastings, discounts at participating stores and free gifts. Each Passport holder also receives a FREE reusable Event logo Tote bag, which comes full of locally made goodies. 

There are 19 exhibitors participating in the Passport: OnoPops Hawaiian Popsicles, Kauai Kookie, Steelgrass Farm, Aloha Spice Company, Banana Patch Studio, Haole Girl Island Sweets, Moloaʻa Bay Coffee, Verde Restaurant, Blu Umi, Kauai Sweet Shoppe, Isola Chocolate, Mānoa Chocolate Hawaii, Keiki Kovers, Banana Patch Studio/Aloha Spice Company at Kilohana, Angela Headley Island Art, The Right Slice, Aloha Chocolate Company, Gaylordʻs at Kilohana and Kauai Fine Arts. 

Purchase your Passport for $12 or at the festival for $18. There is a limited supply, so buy yours soon! 


Contact Tiffany Carolan, the Kauaʻi Chocolate & Coffee Festival Coordinator, with any questions (808) 225-3917 or 


Juan Miguel @Coffee and Chocolate:

If you’re not a “plain” decaf coffee drinker, you can always choose a café mocha to combine your coffee and chocolate. Whether your fave coffee shop uses milk chocolate, white chocolate or dark chocolate, this is by far one of the most favorite ways to combine the two –

May 09, 2016

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