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Ka Wai Ola

The Water For Life

RISING OVER MAJESTIC VOLCANOES

IN THE MIDDLE OF THE PACIFIC

BORN OF A LEGEND

TEARS OF LOVE

ALOHA IN EVERY SIP

The spirit of a place and its people

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The Taste of Paradise

 

Hawaiian Springs 330mL 24 Count

Hawaiian Springs

Perfectly sized for little lunches or outdoor parties!

• 11.2 Fl. Oz. per bottle, 24 bottles per case.
• Natural Artesian Water
• Bottled at Keaʻau, Hawaiʻi

Hawaiian Springs 500mL 24 Count

Hawaiian Springs

Easy grab and go size when you are always on the move!

• 16.9 Fl. Oz. per bottle, 24 bottles per case.
• Natural Artesian Water
• Bottled at Keaʻau, Hawaiʻi

 
 

Hawaiian Springs 750mL 15 Count

Hawaiian Springs

This refreshing bottle fits conveniently into most car cup holders!

• 25.4 Fl. Oz. per bottle, 15 bottles per case.
• Natural Artesian Water
• Bottled at Keaʻau, Hawaiʻi

Hawaiian Springs 1 Liter 12 Count

Hawaiian Springs

Easy grab and go size when you are always on the move!

• 33.8 Fl. Oz. per bottle, 12 bottles per case.
• Natural Artesian Water
• Bottled at Keaʻau, Hawaiʻi

 
 

Hawaiian Springs 1.5L 12 Count

Hawaiian Springs

Plenty of At Home Refreshment!

• 50.7 Fl. Oz. per bottle, 12 bottles per case.
• Natural Artesian Water
• Bottled at Keaʻau, Hawaiʻi

Happenings

The Lei, An Infinite Circle of Aloha
The Lei, An Infinite Circle of Aloha

November 28, 2016

It is still one of my best childhood memories that I cherish in my heart even after many years have passed by. A big strand of yellow plumeria lei placed on my neck upon my arrival at the airport. A slightly dewy and velvety feeling against my nape, the sweet island smell instantly shrouding in my world…my sister and I shrieked and danced around as if we received a gold medal.

A weary feeling of jet lag was long gone, and a lingering discord from trivial arguments such as who’s going to take the window seat were amended, from the shared joy of a welcoming lei. And it was the same for hundreds of others who arrived from all over the world. Everyone was welcomed. Everyone was smiling, both the givers and the receivers.

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Disney Moana Soundtrack + Hawaiian Springs Giveaway!
Disney Moana Soundtrack + Hawaiian Springs Giveaway!

November 23, 2016

Hawaiian Springs is teaming up with Disney to give away the new Disney Moana soundtrack + a case of Hawaiian Springs (500ml 24 count) to 5 lucky winners each week up until Christmas!

The soundtrack to the new Disney film, MOANA, is available now! Featuring music from - Lin-Manuel Miranda, Opetaia Foa‘i, Mark Mancina and end credit tracks performed by Alessia Cara and Jordan Fisher. Order at http://disneymusic.shop.musictoday.com!

Make sure to check out Disney's Moana featuring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson & Auli'i Cravalho now in theaters!

Enter here!

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All Hawaii Stand Together
All Hawaii Stand Together

November 18, 2016

The Kamehameha children's choir rehearsing with Brother Noland and Friends for tomorrow's Hawaiian Classics show at the Hawai'i Theatre. Sponsored by Hawaiian Springs, tickets available at the Theatre's website...

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Hoʻoilo Season Has Come!
Hoʻoilo Season Has Come!

November 18, 2016

In the Hawaiian calendar, a year is divided into two seasons: Kau, the warmer dry season which lasts for eight lunar months and Hoʻoilo, the cooler wet season which lasts for four lunar months. The arrival of Hoʻoilo season is marked by the first appearance of the Makali'i or Pleiades, a blue cluster of stars in the eastern horizon after the sunset. This usually happens on Nov, 17th of every year. After confirming a thin crest of the Hilo moon, the first phase of a new moon, slits into the night sky, it is official.  

During this time of year, we are gifted with more rain. Instead of warm-colored foliage covering the hills and mountains, in Hawaii, we welcome new growth sprouting out from the soil, turning all the islands ever greener. Streams become more alive, and ponds invite more Koloa (Hawaiian ducks) with abundant water. Ancient Hawaiians planted taro, banana, and sweet potato in this season, being grateful for Lono, the god of harvest, rain and fecundity.

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