Celebrate the H-OLA-days with healthy cocktails!


Entertainment season is here, with no shortage of get togethers, cocktail parties, and gift exchanges - with lots of good food and drink to go with. Even when we’re indulging - especially when we’re indulging - there’s always room to support your health with antioxidants and immune boosting superfoods, especially noni juice. As we gear up for the holidays, we’re sharing five of our favorite cocktail recipes (alcoholic and non-) to keep your spirits high and your health in top form.

The Tulsi Tipple

This nonalcoholic cocktail gives you lots of antioxidants, just a bit of natural caffeine, and a festive holiday feel.

½ cup Hawaiian Ola Tulsi Berry coffee leaf tea
½ cup cranberry juice
Fresh cranberries, for garnish
Rosemary sprigs, for garnish

Combine the tea and cranberry juice in a highball glass. Top with crushed ice and garnish with fresh cranberries and rosemary.

South Shore Sunset

This drink is a bit like a Tequila Sunrise - only without the alcohol and with a tropical twist.

½ cup guava juice
½ cup Hawaiian Ola Turmeric Pineapple sparkling noni
1 Tbs. jaboticaba syrup (or other fruit syrup)

Fill a tall glass with cubed ice. Add the guava juice, then carefully pour in the sparkling noni to minimize mixing of the two layers. Add a swirl of syrup on top. Enjoy the “sunset” as the syrup permeates through the drink!

Mauna Kea Mule

Our headquarters are in the shadow of Mauna Kea, the dormant volcano on Hawaii Island. We designed this drink as a local spin on the Moscow Mule.

¾ cup Hawaiian Ola Turmeric Ginger sparkling noni
1 ½ oz (1 shot) Ocean vodka
2 lime wedges

Fill a copper mug or large rocks glass halfway with ice. Add the sparkling noni, then the vodka. Squeeze the lime wedges into the drink and stir gently to mix.

Pineapple Old Fashioned

We've updated a classic cocktail with a tropical twist!  

2 thin orange slices
Angostura bitters
½ cup Hawaiian Ola Pineapple Punch sparkling noni
1 ½ oz (1 shot) bourbon

Place the orange slices in the bottom of a rocks glass and add two dashes of bitters. Gently tamp with a muddler or the end of a wooden spoon, until the orange slices have released some of their juices and essential oils. Add 1-2 large ice cubes, the sparkling noni, and the bourbon. Stir gently to mix.

Dabney Gough