As our Society consumes large amounts of kava and as we care about the quality and safety of the kava we drink, we import some of the world's finest kavas directly from carefully selected suppliers located in the best kava-growing regions of Oceania.
In response to numerous requests, in 2014 we decided to open this small online shop to share the kavas we drink with others who look for high-quality, pure and potent noble kava.
Our kava roots are sourced from small, and in many ways exceptional, kava farms located in the best kava growing areas of Hawaii, Samoa, Fiji, Vanuatu and Tonga. All of our hand selected and meticulously processed kavas encapsulate the essence of the unique characteristics of the best varieties cultivated in these diverse regions.
We are proud to be New Zealand's only Certified Noble Kava Vendor. Our kavas are regularly tested and approved by T.K. Group Labs, using methods accepted by the U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention and leading kava experts. This way we know that we only consume and sell genuinely noble and pure kava roots of outstanding quality and potency. We strongly believe that these truly are the best kavas available from anywhere in the world.
We usually sell three types of kava: heady (more uplifting, cerebral, day-time kavas), heavy (deeper, night kavas), and balanced (harmonious combinations of the two types of effects). We aim to offer kavas in three distinct forms: the traditional grind, instant and micronised. You can read about these different types and forms of kava products and the key differences between them on our Kava Types and Forms page. You can also find more information about kava on our About Kava page. If you need instructions on how to prepare kava, visit our Kava Preparation page.
All prices are in New Zealand dollars and include GST. We also accept payments in selected digital currencies. Contact us for details.
We charge a flat rate of $5.99 per order to anywhere in New Zealand. We aim to dispatch all orders within two working days.
Our kava products are meant to be used for preparation of traditional Pacific beverages and not as remedies for any health problems. If you do suffer from any kind of illness, take any medications, require treatment or health advice, or have any health concerns, you should consult your qualified medical professional whether you can safely use kava.