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What is a Kava Bar? Sip, Relax, Connect: The Kava Bar Experience
The Star Of the Show: Kava
At a Kava Bar, you may witness a collective scene huddled around the bar, each individual cradling a coconut-hewn shell brimming with Kava, an homage to its Fijian ancestry. The ‘kavatender’ lifts his shell high and bellows, “Shells Up!” The chorus responds in kind with an enthusiastic “BULA,” shells elevated, before each participant takes a hearty sip or gulps down their portion of kava. Each quaff is an open invitation to decelerate, to immerse oneself in conversation, to foster connections with those in your vicinity. In a world that incessantly urges us to quicken our pace, Kava extends a gentle plea to pause and appreciate.
Melodies float on the air, perhaps the soft strumming of a guitar or the captivating tune of a ukulele, the rhythm delicately threading its way through the hushed murmurs of dialogue. Art, a visual feast, blankets the walls, a testament to the Polynesian heritage of kava, marking a fusion of island lore and American ingenuity.
What is Kava
Kava, kava kava, awa, ava, yaqona or sakau are all names used for an ancient tropical shrub (plant) from the South Pacific. The Kava beverage is a relaxing, chilled tea using the roots and has been enjoyed across islands in the South Pacific for thousands of years.
Drinking Kava promotes happiness and peace in your mind, soul, and body. Kava is neither intoxicating, like alcohol, nor does it create restlessness, like coffee. It has a 3,200-year history of use as a safe and effective way to promote a state of mental well-being accompanied by marked physical relaxation. Expect to feel relaxed, at peace, and ready to socialize.
How Does Kava Taste?
We’ll be straightforward: Kava taste like mud. Its very earthy and it takes awhile to get used to the taste. Kava is traditionally chased with a slice of pineapple or juice, along with plenty of water to stay hydrated.
If the taste of Kava is too much for you, a popular option is to mix it with a splash or two of Coffee creamer.
Many Kava Bars also offer flavored Kava cocktails, shots, soft drinks, and edibles.
Canned Kava Drinks (Shop Here) are flavored and usually don’t taste like kava at all.
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