Anthropologist, archaeologist, farmer, and humanitarian worker.

Why do people go to Kava bars?

To drink Kava and get away from the type of vile people we commonly associate with booze bars.

I unequivocally condemn misogyny, transphobia, and homophobia. Please do not patronize Kava bars that preach hate, and proactively condemn those that do.

Bula,

Kavasseur

Just to clear up any confusion –

I have always advocated for properly labeled Kava. I believe that customers should be able to make informed decisions about what kind of Kava they buy and drink. If a customer wants Noble, they should be able to buy properly labeled Noble. If they want Tudei, the same. I wouldn’t want Noble-spiked Tudei, or vice versa.

Part of legitimizing Tudei is making a clear market for it. If there is market for Tudei, there is no incentive to “spike.” There are enough people out there trying to buy Tudei that there should be no incentive to mix it with Noble. In fact, Tudei can often be more expensive than Noble.

Bula, and enjoy this new chapter in Kava history!

Now that certain “loose ends” have been addressed, it’s time to move on to bigger and better things.

The Kavasseur website will now be focusing on reviews and fun videos. I will finish my “History of the Online Kava Community” as well. Some of those videos might trigger memories of recent frustrations, so certain people might want to avoid those.

Additionally, I am now fully supportive of Kava Forums. I hope it finds a positive way forward and I’m pleased to see it moving in a better direction. I hope it can once again become an unbiased source for crowd sourced information and Kava reviews.

Also, much more blogging from my guest author Senor Chuggs. And applications are open for others who might want to contribute!

Bula,

Kavasseur