Take-A-Way Gourmet | Week of 06/03/20

The pretty, sunny weather is great, but does it have to be SO hot?!
We can’t invite you into our cooler, but we can send you home with a bit of frozen happiness.

Featured this week:
*Locally Made Cocktail Syrups*
from Slow Island Food & Beverage Co. on Kauai
*Ravifruit Frozen Puree*
many flavors to choose from

Save yourself a trip to the big box stores! Order ahead and we will bring to your car.

Our will-call hours are Monday to Friday, 9:00am-2:00pm
All orders must be placed in advance using our online form (scroll down for the link) or by calling us at (808) 841-8071, between 8:00am and 2:00pm.

For your health and safety, NO WALK-IN ORDERS accepted. Once we receive your order, we’ll be in touch to confirm availability, schedule pickup and collect payment.

Chill Out

Who could go for something cold and sweet right about now? We love Tasaka Guri Guri on Maui, and since we can’t get there right now, we were inspired to create our own version of their delicious sherbet using Ravifruit frozen puree. It’s not quite like the original, but it’s simple to make and so refreshing!

Click here for the recipe, as well as recipes for easy margaritas, mojitos and daiquiris.


Ravifruit Puree

Great for making cocktails and mocktails, jellies and baked goods (do we hear some lilikoi bars calling our name?)

1kg – $14.75/ea.


Bring the Bar to You!

Photo by @gkpantry

Our friend Gida Snyder on Kauai has developed a line of award-winning drink syrups, using local ingredients and made fresh right here in the Islands. These small-batch syrups are perfect for your socially distanced pau hana. 

Slow Island Food & Beverage Co. Syrups

Handcrafted soda and cocktail syrups made on Kauai. Several flavors to choose from. One 8-oz. bottle averages 12-16 drinks.

8 oz. – $16.99/bottle (all flavors except Yuzu Citrus – $17.99/btl)

Photo courtesy Gida Snyder

Follow-Along Cocktail Lesson

Follow along with Slow Island Food’s Gida Snyder on Instagram (@gkpantry) for a weekly virtual cocktail-making lesson, Thursdays at 5pm. This week’s drink is the Jungle Bird; you’ll need her POG Syrup to make it. Recipes are posted after the virtual lesson, so don’t worry if you can’t grab your syrup from us before Thursday; you can catch up later and still make the drink.