Honolulu Coffee Announces New Picnic Boxes, Summer Food and Drink Items


Vancouver Cafes Add Picnic Boxes Perfect for Al-Fresco Summer Gatherings,
Add Refreshing New Summer Flavours to Food and Drink Menus

Honolulu Coffee Vancouver is getting summer into full swing and helping people enjoy al-fresco picnic experiences by introducing new Picnic Kits available at its Downtown (888 Nelson Street) and Kerrisdale (2098 W. 41st Avenue) locations beginning Thursday, June 3.

Available for pre-order with 24 hours notice at Honolulu Coffee Vancouver’s new website, the new ‘Greatest of All Time’ picnic box is the perfect way to gather outdoors with 4-6 friends and enjoy in a park, on a beach blanket or even the deck of a sailboat and includes an ice bag and cups and the following Honolulu Coffee favourites for $79 per kit plus tax:

16 oz bottle of Hawaiian Toddy Latte (choice of milk option);
16 oz bottle of Matcha Latte (choice of milk option);
Acai Bowl Set (16 oz base + choice of dry topping + fruit toppings);
Dessert Box (Guava Bread, Matcha Cookie, Mac Nut, Chocolate Brownie);
Assorted Macaron Box (Guava, Chocolate, Rose Lychee, Yuzu, Tiramisu, Matcha);
Two Caprese Ham Croissant Sandwiches;
Two cans of Hawaiian Sun Tropical Drinks.

A smaller kit perfect for two people that includes 12 oz bottles of Hawaiian Toddy Latte and Matcha Latte, Caprese Ham Croissant Sandwich, Dessert Box (Guava Bread, Matcha Cookie, Mac Nut, Chocolate Brownie) and Assorted Macaron Box (Guava, Chocolate, Rose Lychee, Yuzu, Tiramisu and Matcha) is also available for $50 per kit plus tax.


The Honolulu Coffee Vancouver cafes have also added refreshing new food and drink features to their summer menus that include a variety of iced drinks like Sunset Guava Spritzer (house made guava sauce with cold-brewed jasmine green tea, topped with San Pellegrino), Hawaiian Cream Cold Brew (cold-brewed coffee topped with macadamia nut and coconut flavoured cream) and Iced Americoco (iced Americano made with pure coconut water and lightly sweetened with coconut syrup); new Açaí Bowl flavours like Waikiki (strawberries, bananas, blueberries) and Wailea (raspberries, mango, strawberries); and Blue Valentine and Hibiscus Ginger Kombucha on tap with growler fills available.

Due to the recent lifting of provincial circuit-breaker restrictions, both cafes are now open for limited in-store seating and continue to observe all health and safety protocols to ensure the continued wellbeing of its staff and guests, including the temporary suspension of cash payments and use of personal mugs. Patrons can also phone in orders for pickup and take advantage of takeout and delivery service available through Uber Eats (Kerrisdale and Nelson) and DoorDash.


| Since 2016, Honolulu Coffee Vancouver has been bringing the aloha spirit to the mainland by serving up a variety of hot and cold coffee and espresso-based beverages brewed with Kona-grown and -roasted beans as well as tea, fresh-fruit smoothies and beer from the craft brewers at Maui Brewing Company. The coffee shop, which has locations in downtown Vancouver at 888 Nelson Street and at 2098 West 41st Ave. in Kerrisdale, also offers an array of Island-inspired snacks and share plates in addition to fresh-baked, house-made pastries, breakfast and lunch sandwiches and seasonal desserts available for eat-in, takeout and delivery | honolulucoffeeyvr.com

Downtown Vancouver: 888 Nelson St., Vancouver BC V6Z 2H1 | 778-379-6607 | Seven days a week 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Kerrisdale: 2098 W 41st Ave., Vancouver V6M 4M4 | 604-620-2168 | Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Weekends 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Facebook: /honolulucoffeeyvr | Instagram: @honolulucoffeeyvr | Twitter: @HonoluluCoffee

Media release and image provided by Jan-Christian Sorensen, SMC Communicatios Inc.

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