Dec 28, 2011
One of our wonderful customers wrote this excellent review after trying Boroguru for the first time.
I really like the packaging it comes in. It comes out of the shipping box looking like something that could hold it’s own sitting next to some sevruga caviar. Really it looks good. When I cracked open the bag and took my first whiff I immediately recognized that classic Vanuatu Kava smell. But...
Dec 7, 2011
It is an exciting time at Bula Kava House. I don’t think there has ever been a more necessary blog entry. We have new menu items, new retail products, and an awesome new to go option. This of course is all in addition to the much stronger kava mentioned in the last entry which has been getting rave reviews.
Right around Thanksgiving we added kava jars for folks wanting to drink kava outside of the...
Nov 21, 2011
I’ve tried the kava at other kava bars and I’ve always maintained that what we serve is as strong or stronger. It is true that we have used very tightly woven strainer bags which do not allow very much sediment to pass through but that has always made our kava quite drinkable. If you’ve ever had kava served at any sort of traditional ceremony you know that the kava that is drank there is...
Nov 12, 2011
A few people have asked me as of late what the chemotypes are for the different kavas we sell. For those of you not familiar with chemotypes, a brief explanation: The active ingredients in kava are a series of lactones particular to the kava plant. We call these active ingredients kavalactones. There are 15 kavalactones overall, the six kavalactones that are most prevalent in all kava rootstocks were...
Nov 4, 2011
Just a quick note about a few more sites with a lot of kava information:
I’ve been involved in a lot of kava discussion within this forum recently, and have gotten some good input, feedback, and information. It’s called The Kava Lounge. Check it out.
I’ve also created a “lens” on Squidoo devoted to kava. It has some links and articles that I found relevant.
Have a looksee at...