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The Pua Aloalo (Hawaiian Hibiscus flower) is not only a favorite adornment for a Hula Maiden’s hair, but also makes a refreshing beverage!  The slightly tart flavor gives the tea an extra zing.  Enjoy this tea iced with or without sugar.  Hibiscus is Hawaii’s state flower and also has known medicinal qualities.

Ingredients: Hibiscus Flowers




 “Living in beautiful Ka’ohao (Lanikai) in one of the few original homes built in 1936, my husband and I share a yard filled with hibiscus and pikake flowers and like many other local people, enjoy fresh mangoes from our neighbors and friends every summer. Wanting to share the beauty of the nature surrounding our home, I created a Hibiscus Tea, Pikake Green Tea and Mango Black Tea recipes for my hula students, family and friends who come to our home…and now for everyone to enjoy!”  -Malia, Hula Hula

Inspired by the finest flavors Hawaii has to offer, we hope you enjoy our Pikake Green Tea, Mango Black Tea & Hibiscus Iced Teas!  Honoring our Hawaiian roots, we’ve created these teas to honor the local flavors of Hawaii.

Preparation Instructions

 Bring freshly drawn cold water to a soft boil. Use one tea bag per cup of water.  Pour boiling water into a tea cup and let steep for 3-5 minutes.

For Iced Tea, follow the directions above, then add ice to your tea.


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