Vanuatu kava

24 Sep A Local’s Guide To Drinking Vanuatu Kava. Posted at 23:47h in culture, travel secrets by Alex. 4 Likes. Share. If you plan on drinking a couple of “shells” of Vanuatu kava while on holiday (it’s traditionally served in half coconut shells), then you need to read this blog. Vanuatu is one of the most interesting, diverse and mysterious of all the Melanesian archipelagos in relation to culture and their use of Kava. With 80 of the 118 species of kava growing in Vanuatu kava use is a way of life. With both historical and contemporary ceremonial usage, kava is also seen as a cash crop, a means to convey wealth. The roots of the plant are used to produce a drink with. We are a family owned company based in Port-Vila, Vanuatu, SW Pacific, and we have been involved in the kava industry for more than 12 years, organising the export of up to 300 t of dry kava per year to various markets (New Caledonia, Fiji, Hawaii, USA , China). Vanuatu Borongoru Kava. Vanuatu Borongoru is the perfect kava to drink for stress relief or to reduce feelings of anxiousness. Vanuatu Borongoru is the heaviest kava in our shop. It is very relaxing, so best for drinking in the late afternoon or evening. We searched high and low in the motherland of kava drinking to bring you the best, freshest Vanuatu kava available. There are approximately 100 different kava strains in Vanuatu, all offering different effects and taste. Ground kava root drying in the sun. In Vanuatu people drink fresh kava. They grind the kava root the day they want to drink it. In contrast other in other Pacific island nations, the kava root is first ground and dried. Consequently, most agree that the kava in Vanuatu is the strongest, however that is quite a controversial statement. Vanuatu Borogu Kava. Vanuatu Borogu Kava is the most popular variety of kava in Vanuatu, served in most of the nakamals, (kava bars), on the islands, for good reason. When you drink Vanuatu Borogu Kava you’ll enjoy feeling lighter, happier and more mentally relaxed, and then gradually start to feel the stress release from your body too. Kava or kava kava (Piper methysticum: Latin 'pepper' and Latinized Greek 'intoxicating') is a crop of the Pacific Islands. The name kava(-kava) is from Tongan and Marquesan, meaning 'bitter'; other names for kava include ʻawa , ʻava , yaqona , sakau , seka , and malok or malogu (parts of Vanuatu). People in Vanuatu today are debating kava's contrary functions: traditional sacred substance on the one hand, and cash crop and contemporary political icon on the other. Drinking Kava. Kava is a particularly appropriate symbol of Vanuatu's custom and national identity. About Our kava. We work directly with farmers from across Vanuatu including the islands of Epi, Santo, Pentecost, and Malekula, to bring you noble varieties such as Melo Melo, Borogu, Borongoru, and more!.

Vanuatu kava
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