Hawaiian Style Coffee

Hawaiian Style Coffee captures the essence of the Hawaiian coffee culture, known for its rich volcanic soil that imparts unique flavors to the coffee grown on the islands. This style of coffee often features a blend of local beans and can include flavors inspired by the tropical environment, such as coconut, macadamia nut, or vanilla.

Glass Type: Tall Glass


  • 6 ounces (about 180 ml) of freshly brewed Hawaiian coffee
  • 1 ounce (about 30 ml) of coconut milk
  • 1 teaspoon of sugar (optional)
  • Ice cubes (for an iced version)
  • Whipped cream (optional, for topping)
  • Toasted coconut flakes or crushed macadamia nuts (for garnish)


  • Brew a cup of Hawaiian coffee using your preferred method.
  • If serving hot, stir in the coconut milk and sugar (if using) until well combined. Serve in a coffee mug.
  • For an iced version, allow the coffee to cool slightly before pouring it over ice cubes in a tall glass. Add the coconut milk and sugar, and stir well.
  • Top with whipped cream if desired, and garnish with toasted coconut flakes or crushed macadamia nuts.
  • Enjoy the unique flavors of Hawaiian Style Coffee, whether hot or iced.

Did You Know?

  • Hawaii is the only state in the U.S. that commercially grows coffee, with the Kona region being particularly famous for its high-quality beans.
  • The unique climate and volcanic soil of Hawaii contribute to the coffee's distinctive taste, characterized by its smoothness and rich flavor profile.
  • Hawaiian Style Coffee not only refers to the origin of the beans but also to the addition of local flavors that complement the coffee, making it a unique and flavorful experience.