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Natural choices abound at botanical garden shop

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COURTESY TANYA M. KEARNS, KOHANA AND ZAK NOYLE

KoHana Hawaiian Agricole Rum is a new product distilled locally using Hawaii sugar cane. Sold in 375-milliliter bottles, it comes in three varieties: Kea (80 proof, $30), Koho (86 proof, $45) and Koa (110-125 proof, $75). The limited-run Kim Taylor Reece Koho Artist Series in an etched bottle is $125.

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Tanya M. Kearns repurposes burlap coffee bags into purses, backpacks and clutches from her home in Makaha Valley. The Hobo bag ($130) is about 19 by 13 inches.

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Give a piece of Zak Noyle art with his $32 limited-edition T-shirt collaboration with the RVCA surf-skate brand.

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GEORGE F. LEE / GLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM

Le‘ahi Love, a new Honolulu brand started by lifestyle specialist Lacy Matsumoto, offers body scrubs and salts that exfoliate and rejuvenate the skin.

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KRYSTLE MARCELLUS / KMARCELLUS@STARADVERTISER.COM

Foster Botanical Garden has a little gift shop where you can find ornaments made of string and shells from Micronesia ($5.50 to $7), among other treasures.