Vintage Passionfruit Retreat Basket

$58

The Basket:  The Vintage Passionfruit Retreat Basket includes the fan favorite Vintage Passionfruit & Lime Premium Body Wash, Lotion and Oil--all full sized 8.5oz each--tucked into a traditional Hawaiian gift basket along with a Lilkoi Passionfruit Dark Chocolate handcrafted bar.  Perfect for a tropical spa bathing experience for yourself or a lucky recipient.  Share the aloha and we will include a gift card on request (with a hand written note if you leave us a note on checkout).

The Vintage Trio: The Passionfruit & Lime Vintage Trio includes 3 of the top-selling items from this well-loved Collection:  Body Wash, Massage Oil and Lotion. This is a full-size Vintage Trio, each product 8.5oz..  Fresh, sweet, tart, intensely exotic, tropical citrus, fruity aroma. Lilikoi and Lime Fragrance Oil will leave your hair and skin as fragrant as Hawaii's delectable wild fruit.

The Chocolate: This flavor is inspired by by the tangy lilikoi or passionfruit!  50% Vegan dark chocolate is paired with the sweetly aromatic tang of lilikoi to create this sumptuous, sweet treat. 

Each bar is crafted in Oahu from ethically sourced cacao and the highest quality ingredients.  Shar Tuiasoa of Punky Aloha Studio is the talented local artist behind the cover illustration.

The Story of Lilikoi:  When the seeds of passion fruit first came to Hawaii from Australia in 1880, they were planted in the East Maui district of Liliko'i and the name stuck. Inside, the fruit is filled with an aromatic mass of juicy pulp and edible seeds. The juice, with its distinct tangy flavor, is a popular ingredient in Hawaiian cuisine, used to make sauce, candy, ice cream, tea, or in cocktails and shave ice.

  Please see individual bar for more details.

Each bar is crafted from ethically sourced cacao and the highest quality ingredients in Oahu.  Shar Tuiasoa of Punky Aloha Studio is the talented local artist behind the cover illustration.

The Story of Lilikoi:  Historical accounts suggest Mangoes first arrived in the Hawaiian Islands before 1825. In Hawai’i the fruit thrives with over 500 varieties across the islands! Mango season is a highlight of summer in Hawai’i and brings a pleasant sweet to the heat. It is widely consumed fresh or preserved through pickling, chutney, and sauces.


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