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Vote for the Next Shaka Tea Flavor

Vote on the next flavor that Shaka Tea will be launching later this year & win.



PHOTO courtesy OF: Semira N Nikou


Shaka Tea the first line of bottled iced teas brewed from Hawaiian māmaki and sweetened only with a touch of organic juice and fruit purees wants to thank Honolulu Magazine readers for voting them "Best Iced Tea" by giving YOU the chance to vote for their next flavor!


As a bonus, Shaka Tea is also giving you the chance to win some awesome prizes, like:


- One (1) $250 Hawaiian Airlines Gift Card

- One (1) year's worth of Shaka Tea (12 cases)

- Two (2) Shaka Tea prize packs: 1 mixed case and stickers


Running until July 31st, Shaka Tea will select randomly winners each week. All you have to do is cast your vote, selecting which flavor combo you think should be the next flavor of Shaka Tea's Hawaiʻi-grown māmaki iced teas!




OFFICIAL RULES  1. Entries must be received by July 28, 2017. 2. PacificBasin Communications and Shaka Tea is not responsible for late, lost or misdirected entries. 3. No purchase necessary. 4. Entrants must be 21 years of age or older.  5. Employees of PacificBasin Communications, AIO LLC and its affiliates or contest sponsors and their immediate household members are ineligible. 6. A random drawing will be conducted from all qualified entries to determine winners. 7. Winners do not need to be present to win. 8. Winners will be notified via email. 9. All prizes will be awarded. No cash substitutes. 10. Some restrictions may apply. 11. All federal, state, local taxes and license fees are the winners’ responsibility. 12. Winners may be required to execute an affidavit of eligibility, release and indemnity. 13. Winners consent to use his/her name and likeness for promotional purposes by PacificBasin Communications without compensation. 14. You are agreeing to opt-in to the HONOLULU Insider e-newsletter.


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