Ocean Vodka Organic Farm and Distillery
Ocean Vodka Organic Farm and Distillery

Ocean Vodka Organic Farm and Distillery

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4051 Omaopio Road, Kula, Maui, Hawaii, 96790

The basics

Daily guided tours and tastings provide insights into the farm’s organic methods of growing dozens of sugarcane varieties, as well as its meticulous vodka production process, and conclude with a tasting session. While drop-in visitors are welcome, and the farm can be easily visited by car from Kahului, Pukalani, and Kula, booking reservations is recommended. Travelers who don't wish to drive can take tours focusing on the farm and distillery, or on the Maui Upcountry region.

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Things to know before you go

  • The distillery’s gift shop sells vodka, souvenirs, and locally made products.

  • An open-air café serves cocktails, local produce, and Maui-style food from late morning to evening daily.

  • The farm hosts live music daily from early evening to closing.

  • Tastings are only for visitors who are 21 and over.

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How to get there

The farm is at the base of the Haleakalā volcano in Maui’s Upcountry, and is easily reachable by car. From Kahului, take the Hana Highway (Highway 36) south onto Pulehu Road and continue onto Omaopio Road. Look for signs for the Ocean Vodka Organic Farm and Distillery. Ample parking is available on-site.

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When to get there

The Ocean Vodka Organic Farm and Distillery is open daily and can be visited year-round. Tastings and tours are available daily from mid-morming to early evening every 30 minutes, and can be booked by phone or online. The café stays open a touch later.

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Visiting Upcountry Maui

The geographical heartland of Maui, Upcountry is at higher elevations skirting Haleakalā, the active volcano forming most of the island. The region is a popular day-trip destination for guided tours of farms, goat dairies, wineries, and distilleries. It’s also the territory of the paniolo, or Hawaiian cowboys, whose first generation learned from Mexican vaqueros invited to the island by Hawaiian royalty after the introduction of cattle ranching.

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