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Kava Pros Starter Pack

Kava Pros Starter Pack

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Kava Drink Starter Pack
(Shaker Bag Included $12.95 Value)

Many of us have heard about kava but are reluctant in invest $200 odd dollars for a full kilo. For this reason Kava Pros are offering you the chance to try kava for yourself for under $40. 

Kavapros premium kava consists of 5yr old kava root from Savusavu, Fiji so its strong stuff.
For your convenience we have included our Kava Pros shaker bag so you can mix like a pro. 

Starter Pack Jnr Includes:

  • 100g kava powder
  • Kava Pros Shaker bag 
  • You will need your own shaker bottle for this,

Introducing the Kava Starter Pack Pro 

  • 250g Kava Powder
  • Kava Pros Shaker Bag
  • 1000ml Shaker Bottle (plastic PC) for Shaking Your Kava
kava starter pack pro


How to Make Kava - Traditional Method

Step 1: Add 2-3 Tablespoons to the strainer bag. 
Step 2: Fill a basin with 600-800ml water
Step 3: Knead bag in water for aprox 3-4min until water is nice and dark. 
Step 4: Drink approx 100ml at a time in one go.
Follow up with another cup every 10-15min while you do other things.
NB. Don't sip the 100ml just drink the lot. Have the next 100ml shot about 10-15min apart.


How to Make Kava - Shaker Bag Method

Step 1: Add 2-3 Tablespoons to the kava pros shaker bag and zip up tightly.
<<Ensure the zipper is sealed all the way to the end>>
Step 2: Fill a normal shaker bottle up with 600-800ml water
Step 3: Shake bottle for 40 seconds until liquid is nice and dark.
Step 4: Drink approx. 100ml at a time in one go (Don't sip)
Follow up with another 100ml cup every 10-15min while you do other things.
<<Shake well before pouring each cup>>


Why Buy From Us

With so many kava brands coming into Australia it makes it hard to choose a quality product. Not anymore!

Not Your Average Importer

At Kava Pros we don't import crazy amounts of kava which means that our kava is always fresh. Australia is not a huge market for kava despite what many suppliers think. Importing hundreds of kilos is not going to get sold as quick. If not packed or dried correctly kava can go bad very fast due to high moisture content coupled with the Australian autumn & winter seasons. This is why we only import what we know we can sell and drink ourselves. 

Preparation is the Key

Kava Pros have been involved in the agro-processing industry in Fiji for over 2 decades the knowledge and experience in kava processing is second to none. We know all our farmers and process our own products. Kava Pros regularly inspect their facilities and never deal with backyard processors or middlemen. 

Kava Pros ensures all kava is processed and packed to international standards. Although we can't divulge our secrets to processing a superior kava product, the proof is always in the pudding. 

Packaging for Freshness

All our kava is vacuum packed so it stays fresh for longer. In Fiji much of our drinking kava is packed in paper bags. With the tropical climate most excess moisture in the kava is absorbed by the paper leaving less room for the growth of pathogens. Unfortunately in the Aussie climate this does not happen especially in the colder months. 
Any kava drinker in Australia will tell you that kava can develop a mouldy smell quite quickly. With thousands of kilos being imported into Australia without the proper preparation or packaging there will no doubt be tonnes of bad kava for sale right now. 

Don't get me wrong this smell usually never deters the kava enthusiast but those who are new to kava are in for a rude shock. 


WAKA - Lateral Root

This is the business end of the kava root where the majority of the kavalactones is held.
Its strong, hard hitting and a dark colour when mixed. If your kava looks dark in colour you can be sure it is a waka dominant powder. 


Lewena - Basal Root

This is the less potent part of the root system and located just above the waka and below the stem. Its smooth milky and plesent tasting though you will need to drink a lot more in order to feel the effect. 

Kasa - Stem (Buyer Beware)

The kasa is used by dishonest sellers to bulk up the weight of thier product and it is truly an ugly part of the kava trade. Kasa should only be used for replanting. When pounded up with waka and lewena there is really no way to tell what it is you're drinking. The only way to tell is when you feel sick and hungover the next day. 

Kava pros can confirm we never use kasa or stem in any of our kava products. 

Kava Pros do not buy or trade kava less than 3 years old. Kava Pros firmly believe that kava root should be left in the ground for an absolute minimum of 3 years.
We do not encourage our farmers to harvest their crop unless its at least 3 years old.

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