Our acai ambassador Ksenia from Breakfast Criminals knows a thing or two about what makes a good acai bowl. Based in New York City, she started the Breakfast Criminals blog with a movement in mind. Her goal is to inspire people in every part of the globe to start every day with love, one acai bowl at a time. On her last trip to Hawaii she met up with our man Ryan and... More
Even though the acai bowl originated in Brazil and the purple superfood natively grown there, many of the acai obsessed first discovered acai here in Hawaii. In the land of vibrant tropical fruits acai fits right in, naturally complimenting the warm tones and tastes of sweet pineapple, sunrise papayas, and tart mangos. Where palm trees sway there are sure to be a few coconuts ready to harvest. For this weeks #TamborRecipe we took... More
Winter is a busy time of year for the North Shore of Oahu. Pro surfers and visitors from around the world flock to the shores of this 'Seven Mile Miracle' in search of waves and good vibes. What they'll also find are some of the best acai bowls ever. If you've experienced the North Shore during the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing, you'll know what traffic is slow along Kamehameha's two lane highway.... More
Brandon Campbell, or as most know him Laserwolf, is a surf and lifestyle photographer based on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii. He and his growing family are always up to something fun, whether in the ocean or on land. The last few months have been jam packed with work trips, family trips, a new classic truck project, and he's also been teaching his daughter Bali how to surf and skate.
This week we... More
Every 4th of July, hundreds of women, men, children, and even a few four legged pets hit the water of the North Shore of Oahu in the annual Da Hui Paddle Race. This event is in it's 38th year running, and it seems to attract more participants every Summer. There's two courses; the 4 mile Short course starting from Sunset Beach, and the 7 mile Long course starting at Turtle Bay Resort. Both... More
Being based in Hawaii, we're proud to partner with many local businesses throughout the islands. The Beet Box Cafe is one of our newer accounts using Tambor Açaí in their bowls and smoothies, but their healthy eats have been a staple to community for years. Located in the North Shore of Oahu, their abundant selection of all-day breakfast and lunch options will make choosing pretty tough. We've tried almost everything on their menu... More
With this being the first official week of Summer, we thought we'd kick it off with a island favorite. Today we're trading in the ceramics for a delicious edible option; papaya boats. Our friends at Banán Bowls in Honolulu Hawaii have got these on lock with their Tambor Acai + local banana blend and are a major source of inspiration for this DIY. Summer in Hawaii has us in... More
On the North Shore of Oahu, food trucks rule. You're at the beach all day, sandy and salty; what's easier than throwing on a tee [ shoes seem optional ] and rolling up to sit outside and enjoy some amazing food. One of our favorites is Pupukea Grill. Located just north of Foodland grocery store and across from Sharks Cove, this little blue truck has a lot to offer. We're huge fans, but don't just... More
The coconut is an amazing fruit. Here in Hawaii, we're surrounded by coconut palms baring an abundance of this tropical icon. So instead of reaching for the can to complete a smoothie, we took up the opportunity to give it a go ourselves. The result was delicious to say the least. It's by far become our favorite dairy alternative. Sure, it's a little more involved than turning the crank on a can opener, but we're... More
When it comes to protecting our beaches and oceans, a clean beach is a great place to start. There's nothing more appalling than the sight of a dirty beach littered with trash and waste. This is not just happening across Hawaii's most beautiful beaches, but on nearly every coast around the globe.
The ocean provides us with the essential basic elements of life our world. It not only produces half of the oxygen in the air... More