• About Hawaiian Chili Peppers Small, big spice and concentrated flavor inspired this exceptional infusion. Hawaiian chili peppers are yellow and mature into a bright vibrant red, ranking as high as habanero peppers on the heat scale. Different from our other tropical infusions, Hawaiian chili peppers are available year-round and can be found throughout the tropical islands. Chili Pepper Tasting Notes – The perfect choice to spice up any cocktail. Experience stimulating aromatics of rich spice, complimented by fine smoky notes. This well balanced infusion adds pronounced heat and complexity, making any island inspired mixologist intrigued.
  • HAPA-Hawaiian-Coconut-Vodka-Cork
    Coconut Hawaiian Vodka captures the flavor of fresh, ripe coconut. It is handcrafted in small batches using natural ingredients, and pure Hawaiian water to produce a vodka like no other. Sipped straight or with your favorite juice, it's fantastic.
  • Our HAPA Vodka with the finest hibiscus flowers creates a wonderful tropical taste ideal for exotic cocktails.
  • Sugarcane and molasses come together in the world's first Hawaiian blended rum. A smooth balanced character imparts a delicate sweetness, signifying the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Enjoy over ice (with lime!) or enhance your favorite cocktail.
  • Hawaiian Vodka is handcrafted in small batches. Distilled from sugarcane for perfect purity. Natural ingredients and pure Hawaiian water produce a perfect vodka like no other. Exceptionally smooth and clean, it’s the toast of Hawaii.
  • Prized by Hawaiian kings since 1790. The Story of Okolehao - In Hawaii, alcohol was first made by English sailors as a beer from fermented roots of the ti plant in the 1780’s. In 1790 an escaped Australian convict brought distillation to Hawaii, using the ti root beer to produce a highly alcoholic  spirit which became Hawaii's only indigenous distilled spirit, Okolehao. Okolehao Transliteration - The name is from the iron try pots that were brought ashore from sailing ships and converted into stills, and literally meant "iron butt", from Hawaiian ʻōkole (butt) + hao (iron).
577 Pakala St, Honolulu, HI 96825

OPEN Wednesday – Sunday

10:00am ~ 5.00pm

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Island Distillers
Based on 25 Reviews
Al L.
Al L.
2018-10-23 22:36:29
The four of wanted to do something different, so why not some vodka tasting. With a reservation for the 11:00am time slot, we parked out front and entered...
Alexander G.
Alexander G.
2018-06-29 14:04:22
It's always fun to try something new, even when it's so close by. After a birthday lunch at Kona Brewing in Hawaii-Kai, I thought it was the perfect time to...
Gwendolyn D.
Gwendolyn D.
2018-05-27 23:42:58
Such a great tour! Having Veronica, Betty, and Rudy (or Ruth?) - the distiller's dogs - greet and accompany us on the tour was a special touch. I learned...