All About Kaua'i
Kaua'i, our beloved home in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, is the fourth largest of all the islands in the Hawaiian Archipelago. From the gentle waves and breathtaking scenery of Hanalei Bay, to the dramatic coastline of the Na Pali Coast and the amazing views atop of Mount Waialeale, Kaua'i holds the titles for both the second largest ocean cliffs of the world, and the wettest known place on earth.
Fondly referred to as 'The Garden Isle,' it is also a very fertile land, producing a variety of fruit and other crop, including guava, coffee, sugarcane, mango, banana, papaya, avocado, starfruit, kava, noni, pineapple and macadamias.
With its wealth of legends and folklore, it represents the spirit of aloha like no other, a truth probably attributed to the fact that it was the only island amongst the Hawaiian chain that resisted domination from the reign of King Kamehameha leaving it relatively untouched by the traders in comparison to the other islands.
We hope that you may one day be able to visit us and experience the amazing gifts that Kaua'i has to offer.
If you cannot visit, we hope that you can taste a little bit of paradise in our nuts.