Farmers Market @ the Mill
Every Saturday from 9am-2pm

17-995 Volcano Highway Mountain View, HI
Located on Hwy 11 between MM's 12 & 13

(A Farmers' Market on a true working farm)
Read below for more info
December 2018
Every month @ The Mill we offer a featured flavored coffee!
Come to The Mill and try our 
'Hawaiian Sleigh Ride' (hot or iced) 
Our Latte Bar Drink Special
It's our very own 'Peppermint Mocha'. We'll also have Real Egg Nog Lattes for those that have waited all year!
So 'ono!

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The 'new' Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is now open. On your way to the Park, stop in for a refreshing coffee, tea or some cold bottled water to take with you. On your way back from the Park, stop in for that pick - me up drink or for something to take home to family and friends. We ship, so add something for you to remind you of your stay on Hawaii Island!

Support Local! 

Don't miss being here this Saturday! We have a special 'Kid's Market': Homeschooled kids that are starting their own entrepreneurial adventures. 

The holidays are creeping up fast! Get your holiday shopping done now, so no need to stress later. There are only 4 Saturdays before Christmas....

This Saturday, there are so many things that you'll find that would be perfect for gifts, or for your own use. Many of the vendors offer gift certificates too. Get your fresh produce for your holiday dinner, fresh roasted coffee, and gifts for those on your list. 

Noapaka will be performing his huge repertoire. Maybe a birthday song, and some holiday music to get us in the holiday spirit.

Visit your neighbors and meet up with friends, and make new ones. Find out about different foods, plants, and ingredients.

​​​​​​​The Carousel of Aloha carvers will be on hand for demonstrations and outreach. Come talk story.

We will display handmade quilts. The proceeds from the purchase of these quilts will go to assist our lower Puna community affected by the lava eruption.

Kids, it's ok to bring your parents: we'l have games for you! Ladder toss, timed basketball, chalkboard tables....

Hand crafted local wood products by Spirit Woods are amazing. You must check them out!

Come visit your neighbors, check out the great stuff offered for sale, and have a good time with us.


Mama Lois will have her handcrafted musubi as well as other goodies too. Her offerings change weekly, but you can always special order something to make sure you don't have to go without.

From Hilo Coffee Mill: We'll have fresh roasted coffee, baked goodies, something yummy for your tummy and fresh picked from around the farm.

Jordan from Sourdough Kine will have his specialty sourdough bread, crunchy croutons and seasoned dipping oil! Don't forget to ask for a sample! 

While inside the cafe, check out our drink menu for other delicious tummy fillings.  Try something new, like our 'Dirty Chai Egg Nog Latte!  We have gift cards too!  A great way to give a gift that can be personalized.

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Lots of things going on this month. Need a gift? No problem! Get a one of a kind gift that shows just how creative you are. From skin care, to jewelry, to a home cooked meal, you can find all the ingredients you need. If you're really stumped, a Hilo Coffee Mill Gift Card may just be your answer.

Inside the store you can find coffee, tea, chocolates, candy, macadamia nut butter, maple-butter-coffee syrup and many special coffee and tea brewing items, as well as handmade soaps and Hawaiian wood framed photographs.

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  • Mark your calendars:

Saturday, December 1: HiloCoffee Mill is proud to host a 'Kids Market'. Home schooled kids with an entrepreneurial spirit will be selling their 'business products'. Come out to see what they have.

Saturday December 1 and December 15: Noapaka plays at the Mill! 

Saturday December 22: Dennis And Christy Soares play at the Mill! 

Tuesday, December 25: Hilo Coffee Mill will be open from 8-12. Please check for hours as the schedule may change.

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We have again been awarded the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for 2018. That makes 5 years running! If you haven't been to see us yet, please stop by and say Aloha! You just might taste the best, freshest coffee ever!
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Farmers Market December 1
EBT/SNAP We accept EBT every Saturday at the Market
Be sure and stop by to see our vendors, support them, learn from them and show them your aloha.
Every Saturday HCM's Market @ The Mill features Hawaii grown fruits, vegetables, flowers, plants and other Hawaii-grown farm and value-added products. All vendors sell products grown on local farms or value added products using locally sourced items.

Inside the cafe, our friendly staff would love to give you samples of our coffee and candy or whip you up one of our signature coffee milkshakes. 

Vendors are set up on the lanai, and under the the solar canopy. If you or someone you know would like to be a musician or vendor, call Allen at 968-1333 for details and an application.
This is the official app for Hilo Coffee Mill...
where you can get fast access to our menu, website, events, and share them with friends and family.

Order online for pick up or delivery, see what's happening at The Mill, take pictures and post directly from the app, read and post reviews on Yelp, watch videos, link into Facebook, Twitter and a whole lot more.

You can even use our app to receive discounts just by purchasing this app and showing it to us on your mobile device at the time of purchase in store. Use our in-app Loyalty Card for all drink purchases and get rewarded with free coffee drinks.

Mahalo for purchasing our Hilo Coffee Mill App.

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Shopping at a Farmers Market helps us build a relationship with our environment. We wish to keep our Market growing and thriving by supporting and sharing with our community. Our vendors change often so be sure to stop by and see what's new.

If you wish to be a vendor or know someone who does, come join us. Giving folks free booth space has been a real winner, for them and for you. We are also looking for budding musicians.
Vendors must have agricultural products or value added products. Drop-ins are welcome but a phone call ahead of time to let us know is a good idea. 968-1333 ask for Allen or Erin.

Join and Support our local Vendors 
Noapaka Plays The Mill!

Suzette of Tropica Designs has many specialty plants to landscape your yard or garden. Rare and unique plants, each has a story that Suzette will share. She has many more plants on her farm, so if you don't see something you are looking for, just ask. Suzette hasn't been feeling well lately, and her return is unknown.

Sheryl has handmade craft items from driftwood as well as unique carvings inspired by her grandkids. Glow in the dark dragon eggs, schnauzer figures and many of your favorite dog breeds.  There's so many different items, you'll just have to take a minute to check them out. She may even have one of her pooches with her.


Ruby has a beautiful array of fresh island fruits and veggies. She always has a great selection from fruits in season, to celery, tomatoes, onions, lettuce and lots more, all locally grown and EBT qualified. Salsa anyone? Or a fabulous soup or grilled veggies on the BBQ? 

Robin is here when they harvest their awesome local honey. It takes a lot to produce good tasting, healthy honey, and her whole family pitches in. Honey also qualifies for EBT and it stays fresh forever. Really! A great addition to use in a marinade for any celebration! They have just added bees wax lip balm. Come early for the best selection. They are sure to sell out quickly. ​

Carol has some beautiful hand crafted jewelry and leis. Make sure you stop by and talk story. Remember, the holidays are not far away. Keep the stress down, and start shopping early. Carol has some new items just for the holidays. 

Cindy has some great handcrafted skin and body care made with kigelia. Known as the 'sausage fruit,' come check out her booth to learn more about this natural grown, but inedible fruit. Cindy won't be here this week.

Aurora  will have many different varieties of anthuriums from her farm. You can create your own bouquet! She usually brings some bare rooted plants so you can start beautifying your own yard. She may also have farm fresh eggs. Stop by and talk story to see what else she may have for you. 

Mama Lois has been baking up a storm! Her musubi are a local favorite.Tea cookies, lilikoi cakes, zucchini bread are just a few of the delectable temptations she offers. Check her out first, for the best selection.She will have special food for this Saturday, and her hand made lei also. One look, and you'll say WOW!

Jordan of Sourdough Kine specializes in yes, sourdough bread. Scratched baked with a wild starter, (read culinary school taught) it has just the right amount of 'tang'. Varieties available are regular, garlic, and wheat. Come by for a sample!

Spirit Woods have taken pieces of local woods and turned them into functional pieces of art. Cutting boards, lamps, car gear shifters, keg handles, and more. Want something special? Just ask. Great for your gift giving needs too.