Food & Drink / Opened: Tea Farm Cafe, featuring a wide variety of…you guessed it, teas: black, green, pu-erh, rooibos.
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Ginger Mania at Whole Foods Kahala. Through 3/2, local, organic ginger varieties (i.e. the Big Kahuna), will be on sale for $6.99 a pound. The prepared foods counter will feature ginger, and there will be samples by PacifiKool, ginger cocktails with Kai vodka, and new ginger flavors by OnoPops.
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