Hawaii is the home of the pineapple! We invite you to experience our enticing blend of butter, sugar and caramelized fresh pineapple. Open this jar and you'll immediately remember casual mornings at the breakfast table in Hawaii. We always have a bottle ready to glaze our Spiced Holiday Ham!
I really wasn’t sure what to expect. I liked a local fruit butter and wanted to see if pineapple was an option. I bought a sample pack and larger pineapple butter container. It is on the pricy side if you live on the mainland. But I’m glad I tried it. The pineapple is sweet and light. Tastes wonderful on crackers. Easily spread and nice consistency. I found its scent was pretty light and had a nice color. Despite the price of shipping, I will likely be buying more.
Have been buying these jars of goodness for the last 10 years. Fantastic on a toast or to make a flavored buttercream frosting for a cake.
I have ordered several different Liko butter flavors and pineapple butter is another onolicious flavor. I have a hard time decided which flavor I’ll be using each day. You can use on all kinds of bread, pancakes and French toast.
Liko Lehua’s Pineapple Butter is out-of-this-world delicious, like all of their other fruit butters!
We live on Island 6 months a year, and I got hooked on all the Liko Lehua butters. They have so much flavor and spread well on my english muffins. When we are on the mainland and I’m out, I have it shipped, and they do a fantastic job wrapping them well. 6 to a box is perfect. Trust me, you’ll be glad you ordered plenty. Mahalo 🌺
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.