From the Vendor: Bula (pronounced boolah) is a Fijian word meaning “life” and is commonly used when meeting, much like the Hawaiina aloha. In addition to a greeting, it is used to wish someone happiness & good health. When drinking kava in Fiji, it’s traditional to raise your coconut shell full of kava and exclaim “Bula” just before drinking.
Our Fiji kava has a similar strength and texture to our Vanuatu kava and individual preference is largely a matter personal taste. If you’re new to kava and aren’t sure which one to try, consider ordering our kava root sampler which contains a half pound of each of the two varieties and then decide for yourself which one you like best!
Fiji Kava Profile: Enjoy a fragrant rich peppery taste which encourages a relaxed sociability
As with all our kava varieties, only the prized lateral roots are used, which makes this waka grade kava contain the most concentrated source of kavalactones. You can rest assured that no leaves, stems or aerial plant parts are ever used. Drinking the strained liquid from macerated lateral roots agitated in water is how kava has been safely consumed for hundreds of years. So go back to your roots and enjoy kava the way nature intended it!