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The flavor of our Guava Butter is best described as "soft and elegant." With an eye-catching ruby color and sweet plumeria scent, you'll understand what everyone's raving about after your first taste. Absolutely amazing as a finish on BBQ, Ham, smoked meat, and everything breakfast!
Regular price $11.85 USD
Regular price Sale price $11.85 USD
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Customer Reviews

Based on 22 reviews
Edmund Kellett
My sister’s living on the mainland

I have three sister who live far away and I sent them a taste from home. They all said it is not Tutu’s but dam close. They loved them and I will need to send them yuor butters 2 - 4 times a year. Thanks for putting smiles on thier faces.

Kapeka Victor
Yummy Guava!

One of my favorite local fruit flavors, added to luscious Liko Lehua butter ~ over the moon delicious!
And my order was packed snug and safe and arrived very quickly!

Miranda Kwan
so yummy!

I made thumbprint cookies with the jam...absolutely yummy!

S. D. Shields
So Good

My wife bought a jar of this Guava butter when we were leaving Hawaii and when we got home we were blown away by how good it is!!! Now I buy several jars every year to give away as presents during the holidays...and of course a few jars for us.

Robin Borden
Guava butter

Shared with NY friends & family as Christmas gifts. Loved by all.


Liko Lehua Butter is the perfect addition to pancakes, bagels, ice cream, marinades, sauces, cheesecakes, salty or spicy foods and anything breakfast. Use it as a dip. Warm it and pour it on cheesecake and ice cream. Or put it on your partner… don’t worry its edible!

Liko Lehua Butters are handcrafted daily using local ingredients to ensure that every jar is ono (delicious). We hand pour, cap and label in small batches to ensure quality, freshness and flavor.

All of our gourmet butters are 18 months shelf stable. If the butter makes it past round one, make sure to store them in the fridge!

If you’re on Hawaii Island come and visit our store, Liko Lehua Café or Liko Lehua at the Farm in ʻŌlaʻa.