Aloha! My name is Kazemaru and I am excited to introduce my new chocolate company, ALOHA FEELS.
We have created a special dark chocolate bar from 100% Hawaiian grown cacao that is grown on my 18 acre cacao orchard located on the beautiful Hamakua Coast on the island of Hawaii. The Hamakua Coast is often referred to as the Napa Valley of Chocolate because it has the ideal environment for growing cacao trees.
The first 250 cacao trees that were planted in 2013 have already been producing cacao just after two years, an unusually early occurrence! Most trees start bearing in three to four years. Many notable experts in the field of cacao growing visit my farm because of their interest in these super thriving trees. We raise our trees completely naturally using no substances that are harmful to the earth. In fact, we think this is one of the secrets to our amazing chocolate as good quality always starts on the farm.

Food of the Gods

The cacao tree’s official botanical name comes from the Greek words Theobroma Cacao which literally means “food of the gods”. Cacao is a true superfood and is well known for its health and aphrodisiacal qualities. Studies have shown it to have a beneficial effect on blood pressure, stress levels, cholesterol levels and inflammation, just to name a few. Cacao contains over 300 phytochemicals and has powerful antioxidant power.
Best of all, cacao releases endorphins and raises serotonin levels, often felt as happiness and bliss.

Would you be interested in having a cacao tree planted in your name?

I am forming an Aloha Feels chocolate club and the first 250 members to sign up (or sponsor) will automatically have a cacao tree planted in their name. The trees will be named and numbered so that they can be identified as specifically being dedicated to a member. A certificate will be provided with each tree and photos of the trees will be available in the members login area.

If you’re interested, enter your email below so that all the delectable details can be sent to you……
Aloha (love) really does feel like chocolate!

Deliciously yours,


Aloha Feels