Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii, a coffee franchise that sources their homegrown java from the likes of Maui, Moloka’i, Kona, and Ka’u, plans to open up a location in the mainland this coming year in Houston.
Houstonians will soon get a chance to get a taste of island vibes with the coming opening of Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii. The coffee franchise first opened on the Big Island of Hawaii in 1989.
After its purchase in 1995, Bad Ass Coffee began opening outlets in the mainland. Present day, the franchise has over 20 locations in the US, US Virgin Islands, and Japan.
In addition to its cheeky brand, the franchise its known for its playful libation options. Drinks here include the Snickerlicious, Caramel Wave, and a variety of mochas (Bad Ass, Almond, and Monkey). All options are available hot and cold. Most drinks are also available frozen.
Bad Ass also whips up various seasonal drinks depending on the time of year. At the present moment, the company is featuring their Winter Wanderlust menu, which includes their Peppermint Beach Bliss mocha, Gingerbread Cookie latte, and Peppermint Hot Chocolate.
Customers can choose to make their own latte through a selection of different syrups, sauces, and milks with Bad Ass’s DIY Latte.
In addition to a selection of smoothies, Bad Ass also serves a variety of breakfast bites including bagels, muffins, and breakfast sandwiches.
Beginning in the second half of 2023, the coffee franchise plans to open 10 locations in the West Houston and Galveston area over the course of four-and-a-half years. In total the company aims to open 150 new locations over a five-year period. Five locations are already underway in the Dallas area.