Our goal is to serve every part of the community that we love. We serve Hawaiian farmers by using locally sourced fruits to produce our handcrafted lemonades. We serve our customers by providing refreshing drinks that are a source of pride as a locally created and owned business. We serve our community by providing jobs to young people and investing in their future success.
It all started with a passion for serving our community, thoughtfully crafting gourmet lemonades, and a desire to locally source everything we make. My wife grew up on a farm, and almost everything her family grew was stored in mason jars.
So we had an idea, why not take a mason jar . . . and make a straw hole . . . and the story spread.
Ever wonder why our lemonades taste so fresh? Its because they are! Our crafting process begins in our commercial kitchen where we prepare the local fruits and produce we've gathered. Everything from peeling mangos to labeling our bottles and jars, we've got a hand in it all.
With produce from local farmers, we're able to create unique and gourmet flavors. Whether it’s Da Green Lemonade with locally grown Kale, our Makai Watermelon Basil with Big Island seedless watermelon and Kumu farms basil, or our Lychee Strawberry or Mango lemonades which are all sourced locally, we strive to provide uniquely crafted flavors that feature Hawaii’s finest fruits. We have chosen not to pasteurize our drinks, so that you can get the most nutrition and live enzymes possible, from every handcrafted drink.
At Da Lemonade Stand, we embrace community. Each of our lemonades are handcrafted with farm fresh local produce and made to order. With over 15 flavors to choose from, we've got something refreshing for everyone.
Come, sip, and enjoy!
1279 S KIHEI RD, HI 96753
(AZEKA MAUKA CTR)
43 S. KAM HWY 1 WAHIAWA, HI 96786
We believe it’s good to know WHERE your food comes from, and it’s even better to know WHO your food comes from. By sourcing our fruits and produce locally, we establish and develop relationships with our growers in the community. We love that our lemonades are a great way for us to connect the producers of the land with you!
We value the land and it's importance in the heritage and history of the Hawaiian culture. As we work to build a sustainable business, our goal is to source 100% of our ingredients within the Hawaiian Islands. As we grow, our farmers grow, and we are able to honor our communities by selling handcrafted lemonades that honor the people of the land.
Our Kokua program was born out of our value for community. This program was set up to give a % of our profits to a different cause within our communities on Maui and Oahu. Each month we select a new organization or cause that aligns with our core values and shares our passion for the community. Whether it’s a public service organization, like our local Fire Department, or a cause such as the Hawaii Children’s Cancer foundation which serves young kids, we are honored to play a role in the health and and well being of the people of our community. It's our partnership with our community and with our customers that will make our island a prosperous land for future generations.
Recently we were apart of 'Project Kokua for Hawai‘i Island' at the the beautiful Maui Tropical Plantation; benefiting the families and farmers effected by Hurricane Iselle. Over 25 of Maui's culinary top chefs participated in the event raising over $25,000 for hurricane relief efforts and we were fortunate to be able to provide our lemonades there as well.
"Hawaii is a unique place - though we are not connected by land, we are connected in our aloha, our desire to want to help one another and our way of life. In a time like this, we all come together to kokua where we are able." - Chef Jojo Vasquez, The Plantation House Restaurant
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