Roselani Ice Cream Factory and Ali’i Kula
Lavender farm - Maui, Hawaii
Ice Cream started with Grandpa Manuel Nobriga in 1932.
In 1970, his son, “Buddy,” selected the name
Roselani. Today, in the very same Wailuku location, Kathy
Nobriga Kim continues her family’s tradition of
making mouthwatering ice cream from scratch.
something about ice-cream that’s produced by a family-run
business that spans several generations…you can taste
all the special love and care that such a tradition has
In this Episode, join us as Kathy takes us on a tour of
the ice cream making process, as she prepares a fresh
batch of Green Tea Ice Cream (YUM!). Then she tells us
the secret to eating ice cream at its optimal time.
But probably the best part of Roselani Ice Cream is that
they search out the very best in the regions providers of
luscious and sustainable tropical fruits from around Hawaii,
blending this with the freshest local dairy and making this
into a creamy, swirling sensation that dances down your
same episode we take the time to go Up Country Maui to the
Ali’i kula Lavender Farm where we meet Lani, who takes
us on a tour of this vast Lavender farm! Perched high upon
the mountain side overlooking all of Maui, the Lavender
(although not indigenous to Hawaii) grows in forty-two varieties!
warm hospitality and gentle Aloha spirit welcomes visitors
from all around the world, providing the most delicious
Lavender teas, mixed with Lavender Honey and home-made Lavender
Scones that fill your senses with the purest form of light
purple colors. Ali’I Kula Lavender farm is the most
perfect place to stroll, relax, unwind and take in the aromas
of a rainbow of flowers!
mixed Roselani and Ali’i Kula Lavender farm together
into one episode, because Roselani actually uses Ali’i
Kula’s Lavender to create a very special flavor of
Tropical Mango and Lavender Ice Cream! Thus the perfect
fit of flavors and family tradition that spans the highest
point of Maui, down to sea level! Enjoy!