Tour times at The Ocean Vodka Organic Farm and Distillery have increased due to visitor demand. Tours are now running seven days a week, every half hour starting at 9:30 am with the last tour running at 4. The property is open 9:30 am – 5 pm for visitors.
Ocean Vodka samplings are offered after daily tour times in a designated tasting area bordering one of our organic sugar cane fields. Entrance to tours is $10 a person for those 12 years and older ($25 including a lunch meal), and includes a sampling with take-home souvenir Ocean Vodka shot glass for those 21 and over.
True to Ocean Vodka’s organic and sustainable commitment, the Ocean Vodka Organic Farm and Distillery Tour educates guests on the importance of organic farming for the conservation of land and ocean, green manufacturing and the production of spirits. Our lesson to teach? You can act responsibly with the environment and your health in highest priority, and still produce a superior product at a competitive price.
We are closed on the following holidays: 4th of July, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas, New Years Day and Easter Sunday. Please note: 24 hour cancellation policy on tours booked with lunch service.
For more information and to schedule a tour, please email Shonna Pinheiro at Shonna@OceanVodka.com or call 808-877-0009 or 866-77-OCEAN (866-776-2326).
You can also book online here: http://oceanvodka.com/tour-reservations/
Areas covered in tours of the Ocean Vodka Farm and Distillery are: Sustainable farming practices with its abundant fields of sugar cane; Green manufacturing processes in its 6,000 square foot solar-powered warehouse and bottling center; Organic spirits production using 60-foot column still distillation; and local history of sugar cane farming with species identification. The state-of-the-art Ocean Vodka Organic Farm and Distillery utilizes solar panels to power 100% of the operations of the distillery and facility. The sugar cane is organically farmed on the rich, volcanic soils without the use of synthetic pesticides or herbicides, and mature sugar cane stalks are hand-harvested for processing. The Martini Garden, a garden designed specifically for martini lovers, highlights fresh, local ingredients such as Kula lavender, local citrus, passion fruit, pineapple and strawberries.