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Tanna Coffee Roasting Factory

Devils Point Road | PO BOX 1531, Port Vila, Efate 0000, Vanuatu
+678 23661
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Great Coffee

Great coffee and very informative tour.The staff are very friendly and knowledgeable on coffee and... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Gregory H
Deniliquin, Australia
via mobile
Best Coffee in Port Vila!

Stopped by on our way to Hideaway Island. Staff were all helpful and informative about the Tanna... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Victoria, Australia
via mobile
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Experience Vanuatu's very own 'Taste of Paradise'. Watch and learn as our staff take you on a once in a lifetime journey from the 'Tree To The Cup'. Indulge in 100% Arabica Coffee direct from our plantation on Tanna and delight in locally made cakes that compliment our unique Coffee. See for yourself our Coffee Roaster in action and relax as you experience a culture that has supported Vanuatu's farmers for over 150 years.
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  • Very good37%
  • Average8%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible0%
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Devils Point Road | PO BOX 1531, Port Vila, Efate 0000, Vanuatu
+678 23661

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Great coffee and very informative tour.The staff are very friendly and knowledgeable on coffee and it's growing and processing.

Thank Gregory H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Stopped by on our way to Hideaway Island. Staff were all helpful and informative about the Tanna Coffee. We had some Coffee and an Ice Coffee and all were delicious!!

Thank shanekimangnfras
Reviewed 10 May 2017

If you love coffee this is the place, friendly staff and the best coffee I have ever tasted. A great short tour very informative. There is also a little beauty section with hand made creams, soaps etc... worth a visit. I bought heaps of coffee...More

1  Thank KingsMarrickville
Reviewed 6 May 2017 via mobile

Short tour of the roasting process and great Tanna coffee. Even the kiwis are friendly here! 😉 Can purchase beans or coffee grinds. Worth a stop for great coffee and also a separate store selling Summitt products, skincare etc. Tanna products can be purchased online.

Thank inverellsydney
Reviewed 25 April 2017

This is the grinding factory and the front door for the coffee grown on Tanna island. The big airy building is fan cooled and you can buy other local produce like hand creams and artists works. The main attraction is the cafe and the grinding...More

Thank finellie2017
Reviewed 20 March 2017

On a stopover during a cruise we visited Tanna Coffee Factory. We were shown the complete coffee making process from raw beans to roasted and ground coffee. Very interesting. We then tasted the finished product and it was every bit as good as we expected...More

Thank christophera52
Reviewed 3 March 2017

I just visited the new Tanna Coffee Factory at Mele Road where I was graciously greeted in true island style by the wonderful Robert Koapa. A visit here during your stay in Vanuatu is not to be missed as it is not only informative, and...More

Thank bevinitaly
Reviewed 15 February 2017

This new development is run by Terry Adlington - the owner of Tanna Coffee , one of Vanuatus major exports. You can watch roasting, enjoy freshly roasted coffee or chocolate made from local cacao beans! Nice cakes, friendly faces, local artists, and ever expanding facilities...More

Thank Anders M
Reviewed 14 February 2017 via mobile

For coffee lovers this place is a must if only to see coffee in all its forms, raw, roasted and ground. The presenter Robert, a coffee grower himself from Tanna Island is informative and engaging. Fluent in English, French, Japanese and his own dialect he...More

Thank Paul K
Reviewed 1 February 2017

We had a bit of trouble finding this place, as it has moved and is not where it was originally marked on the map. It is now located next to the golf coarse. It was however worth the effort to find it. Upon our arrival...More

Thank Kim B
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How far away is it from cruise terminal. I have a family of 6. We only have the day but would love to go, also costs involved please
13 March 2015|
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Response from Coopersx2 | Reviewed this property |
to add: it will cost $2 per person on bus to go all around town and about $5 to factory and hideaway, don't pay any more. coffee factory was about $5 this is vatu dollars. We love the coffee bring some back with you.... we... More