Hawaii Mom Blog: Seaglass Coffee




June 4, 2019

Seaglass Coffee

Complimentary beverages were provided by our sponsor. All opinions are my own.

I always get excited when I hear of a new locally owned business opening in Kailua or Kaneohe, especially if it's a food or drink establishment. Just the other week, my friend posted a picture of a purple colored iced beverage, and I immediately messaged him for the details. Seaglass Coffee. Being the coffee-addict that I am, I just had to check it out.

It's a new trailer located at 33 Oneawa Street, which is directly across the street from Zippy's Kailua.  

Just look for this green-colored trailer in the parking lot....

The menu is filled with classic coffee beverages, as well as Hawaiian-themed lattes that are all brewed to order and uniquely flavored. 

The business is run by a young couple of entrepreneurs.  Hannah, an experienced barista, has a smile and personality that is as sweet as her lattes.

She recommended the ube latte on ice - very refreshing and not too sweet. 

I also tried the Mac Attack (macadamia nut syrup + macadamia nut milk). I could definitely taste the mac nut flavor! 

They also have drinks for your little ones (non-caffeinated, of course!) - keiki steamers or hot cocoa. 

Everything here is 100% VEGAN (i.e. they use non-dairy milk such as macadamia nut, almond, and coconut milk) and can be made hot or cold.  They use only high quality ingredients, such as award-winning Rusty's Hawaiian Coffee.

Currently serving ALOHA seven days a week! 

33 Oneawa Street

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