The small coffee stops along the rural roads and highways of Whidbey Island are one of the more unusual concepts for quick and delicious coffee we have ever seen. Some are privately owned, and have been renovated, decorated and moved over the years to serve the locals and tourists as they go off to work or out to sightsee.
Others, like Jet Java, are part of very small local chains, and grind and serve Mukilteo beans, which are roasted in the woods of Whidbey Island, in the sunny San Juan Island “banana belt” that sits just above Seattle. These hip and quick roadside huts will pour you the best cup of coffee you will ever have without getting out of your car. As Jet Java’s sign says: “Drive In…Fly Out!”
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