Island Vintage Coffee

Phone (808) 678-3888
4.5 stars from 6 reviews
Address 92-1048 Olani St #3-103C, Kapolei, HI 96707
Island Vintage Coffee was founded in 1996 to provide 100% Kona coffee products and gifts.

• Food Types: Bakery • Food Types: Coffee
• Payment: $ - Cheap - Under $15 • Meals: Breakfast
• Service Type: Counter / Quick • Offers: Open Air / Outdoor Seating

Beth Anderson's Take
Located in Ko'Olina Station across the way from Monkeypod Kitchen, Island Vintage Coffee is large, bright, and new. I was greeted upon entering by two young women at the counter. I was the only customer there at the time. They were patient with me as I looked over the menu. I ordered a Frozen Caramel Latte as I was not feeling adventurous that day. As they made my drink I looked around. There is pretty much everything there you could think of as far as coffee and tea goes.

There are lots of gift packages for the tourist crowd to take home with them. They also have shirts and mugs with their logo on them.

They do have some food as well such as donuts, Acai bowl, Ham & Cheese Croissants, bagels, and a few other things.

The coffee here is excellent! I love the frozen Mocha with the coconut syrup. It is blended well with no chunks of ice in the bottom.

The Acai bowls are the best I have had. Topped with lots of fresh fruit, granola, and honey.

Once you have your coffee or food sit outside and people watch. It's a good time.

Also known as Island Vintage Coffee Ko Olina.
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Judy M
Joined: Feb 2018
Reviews: 35
Likes Received: 2
Great way to start our mornings. Wake up and walk across the street to Island Vintage. Of course, many others in Ko Olina have this same idea too so it gets busy here.
Joined: Sep 2013
Reviews: 168
Likes Received: 4
I LOVE their Acai Bowls. I could eat it everyday for breakfast or lunch. It is large but I've learned to eat it all. So ono! They actually have excellent food for a coffee place. I've tried the Tomato Soup and Mango Peanut Butter on Cranberry Walnut Bread. Both were surprisingly good!
Tom T
Joined: Sep 2013
Reviews: 579
Likes Received: 33
Love the Acai bowls. Great ratio of granola, fresh fruit, and acai. A little expensive but really good quality.
Matt A
Joined: Feb 2013
Reviews: 803
Likes Received: 111
I have to say, I love those Acai Bowls. They're quite pricey at $9+ for a bowl but they're also huge (plenty for 2 people to share) and super tasty. I'm hooked.
Cristelle M
Joined: Mar 2014
Reviews: 37
Likes Received: 8
It is so rare to see a coffee shop that ISN'T Starbucks in Hawaii. I genuinely liked this especially since it supports the agriculture and farmers of Hawaii. However, it does remind me of Starbucks and I hope they don't just turn out to be a knock off.
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