Shave Ice

A delicious ice cold treat on a hot summer day.

Why Do Hawaiians call it shave ice?

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Meaning shaved ice, kakigori grew in popularly from the seventh and ninth centuries A.D. To cool off, Japanese immigrants in Hawaii used their tools to shave flakes off large blocks of ice, and then coated it with sugar or fruit juice. In Pidgin vernacular, the refreshing treat became known as shave ice—not shaved ice.

Currently we offer 34 flavors which can be combined into endless delicious and refreshing combos. And because we love interesting flavor combinations, like Cola and Cinnamon Red Hots, Horchata with Coconut, Sour Grape with Sour Apple — we think you’ll love getting creative with your flavor requests as well!