August is Mango-rama month!
Each week a new, fresh mango flavor
Mango-Rama Special: Mango Bread No Ka Oi + Fresh Mango Topping
When you have tons of mangoes, make Mango Bread! Flavored with cinnamon, this Mango Bread has chunks of local mangoes and if you look closely, zucchini. The mangoes and zucchini help to make the cake moist but light, similar to the way carrots make a carrot cake light but moist. The cake is mixed in mango gelato, and topped with fresh local Mango Topping for a hit of bright fresh fruit.
Decadent chocolate that tastes just like you are eating a chocolate bar could only be described as fierce. Not fiery as in spicy, fierce as in boldly chocolate. Our most popular flavor
Cookies and Cream
Classically simple. Milk flavored gelato (aka Fior Di Latte = Flower of Milk in Italian) mixed with lots of Oreos. Another favorite that is always available.
It's a classic, but for good reason. Vanilla beans harvested from vanilla orchids then cured and homemade vanilla extract made from the pods flavor this simple beauty.
Green Tea Oreo
A cult favorite. People love matcha green tea, and they love Oreos. Put them together and it’s genius. People wait all month for this week when Green Tea Oreo appears.
In Hawaii, black sesame is in many things savory and occasionally in a sweet, like a post dim-sum dessert. This flavor brings all those memories together in a smooth, toasty, nutty and unique flavor not typically found in ice cream. Definitely a cult favorite.
A favorite flavor in Hawaii that jogs everyone’s memories of lightly sweet almond flavored shortbread.
Why wait for something once a year if it brings you this much joy? Birthday cakes blitzed into this gelato mixed with rainbow sprinkles.
Coffee Fudge Swirl
We make our fudge like everything else, by hand. It starts with a deep french caramel base then combined with chocolate ganache. The result is deeply complex chocolatey gooey fudge. Then we drizzle ribbons of it into cold steeped, locally roasted coffee gelato. Grown up sundae flavors, yes please!
Mandarin oranges are combined with fresh locally grown Genovese basil for a refreshing, herbaceous and not too sweet sorbet.
When in Hawaii, you’re in the mood for tropical. Guava is that tropical fruit we love and reminds you, you’re in Hawaii.
This sorbet is made from fresh, locally sourced mountain apples. Sweet and floral, this sorbet is so popular, it has its own following!
Mango varieties grow in Hawaii the way apple varieties grow in Washington State. They fruit and ripen at different times and each have their own flavor profiles. From sweet tart pirie mangos to vanilla laden hayden fruits. We make our sorbet from a blend of mangos and try to recreate that “biting into a fresh mango flavor” with some citric acid to brighten the luscious fruit.
Chocolate Haupia is a favorite flavor of pudding pie in Hawaii. It has it’s own following totally separate from chocolate lovers and coconut lovers. This creamy vegan gelato is completely plant based but everyone loves it because it tastes exactly like the pie.