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Introducing a Brand New Line of Big Island Grown Gummies!

Updated: Mar 17, 2022

Big Island Grown is rolling out 6 new and reformulated gummy flavors that include strain-specific options made with locally harvested ingredients. No Corn Syrup. No Gelatin. No Artificial Flavors or Colors. And now, no need to refrigerate. All our new gummies are packed with Aloha in our new 8 and 16-count tins.

These new gummies truly are a taste of Hawai'i as they include ingredients sourced from local, Big Island farms and vendors. Check out the new lineup hitting our Hilo, Waimea and Kona Dispensaries in the coming weeks.

Lilikoi-Olena (The Daytime Kine)

We reformulated this Big Island Grown favorite using locally harvested liliko'i fruit, liliko'i syrup from Hamakua Coast Premiums, and olena powder sourced from From Hawaii with Love. Previously medicated with distillate, our new Liliko'i 'Olena Gummies recipe is now infused with Tangie Live Resin, giving them some citrusy terps and the full spectrum, Sativa-like effects of the cultivar; making them especially great for daytime consumption.

Moe Moe Sleepytime (The Night Kine)

If you're in need of help sleeping, these are the gummies for you! These new Moe Moe Sleepytime gummies are made with chamomile flower, passionflower, locally harvested ginger and lightly sweetened with Big Island honey from Kupono Farms.

With 10mg THC and 6.5mg CBN in each, these gummies are like a cup of bedtime tea meant to bring you deep relaxation and restful sleep.

Since the new gummies no longer need to be refrigerated, a tin of Moe Moe gummies are perfect kept bedside.

Haupia Ube (The Dessert Kine)

Inspired by the flavor of Sweet Potato Haupia Pie, we formulated our Haupia Ube gummies using handcrafted Ube Syrup from our friends at Hamakua Coast Premium. These new gummies are rich, coco-nutty and just sweet enough with 10mg THC in each. Infused with Haupia Buns Live Resin, we find these strain-specific gummies perfect after dinner treats for pain relief and relaxation.

Fun Fact: The purple color in Ube comes from Anthocyanins; the same flavonoids in purple cannabis.