Hawaiian Tea Life
Working to save Hawaii's endangered birds
Saving Hawaii's Native Birds Hawaii is a truly unique archipelago which is home to many species of birds found no where else in the world. Due to the islands' geographical isolation, bird species in Hawaii evolved in an environment that historically had no land mammals, with the exception of the native hoary bat, and also no mosquitos. As a result, our native bird populations are suffering at the hands of introduced predators and being devastated by the introduction of mosquitos and the diseases they carry; specifically avian malaria. Meet Alex...
2020 Eruption at Kilauea Caldera
Pele Returns- 2020 Eruption of Kilauea Caldera
"Life on an active volcano is rarely boring. We have lived here, on the slopes of Kilauea, long enough to experience at least 5 distinct volcanic events and each has brought us closer to this amazing place on the planet that we get to call home."
How To Cold Brew Tea!
Aloha, we made a short video showing you all how simple and easy it is to make our cold brew teas. Sit back, relax and enjoy a refreshing glass of cold brewed iced tea
Mamaki Tea Benefits
Mamaki (Pipturus albidus) Organic Mamaki Tea Loose Leaf | Hibiscus Mint Mamaki Tea Cold Brew | Hibiscus Mint w/ Mamaki Tea Loose Leaf Mamaki is a plant which is Endemic to the Hawaiian Islands, which means that this is the only place in the world that it grows naturally. You'd never know it by looking at it, but it is in-fact a member of the Nettle family. Over the course of thousands of years of isolation and evolution, this plant has lost all of its stingers, and today...