The package comes with a note that you can personalize if you send it as a gift. It also has a list of the contents of the box and a brief history of the company.
Hula Girl Foods Organic Sugar Cane Coffee & Tea Stirrers. I don’t like my coffee sweetened but these added a hint of sweetness to my favorite tea. I was pleasantly surprised that it wasn’t overly sweet. I wouldn’t use them everyday, but love them as a way to add variety to my beverage needs.
Maui Mooka, a tiny heirloom coffee bean. This coffee is amazing! The scent was heavenly from the bag to the grinder to my cup. I enjoyed this so much that I drank four cups in one sitting. It’s sweet with hints of brown sugar and chocolate. Nothing more than a splash of milk was needed, in my opinion, to make a perfect cup of coffee.
Maui Mellow. This is a dark roast that has a nice robust aroma. I’m not sure if I like it better from the bag or brewing, if only I could get a candle that smells this good. I didn’t taste the cocoa powder but the maple roasted walnuts were what I really found awesome. I’m not going to lie this is going to be hid under lock and key so I don’t have to share.
Hawaiian Coffee Lip Balm. Holy cow, this is awesome! A little goes a very long way and adds a healthy shine to your lips. Almost the entire list of ingredients is organic and it smells sweet yet clean. I had no idea that coffee infused lip balm existed and now that I know I’m never going back!
Hawaii Coffee Tour in a box is a great box! Wonderful coffee that I wouldn’t normally find in my everyday travels plus bonus items. I love the the gift sender can add personal notes for the receiver, I don’t think it gets more intimate than that. I love that the beans arrive whole in order to retain the flavor, but mostly I love the scent as they are grinding. Now let’s not neglect the color of the box which just screams have a wonderful day and be merry. Hawaii Coffee tour in a box makes it easy to taste all the Hawaiian Islands without leaving home or my favorite mug!