Always delicious goods made by Butter Mochi Queen Daphne Kauahi’ilani Jenkins.

With ‘Ono Mau Goods pop up shop, Daphne crafts butter mochi and other onoliciousness inspired by flavors and experiences in her homeland of Hawai’i and in the diaspora, to share culture, nurture relationships, and cultivate community.

Daphne, a mixed kanaka maoli BIPOC woman with her hair in a bun holds a slices of furikake black sesame butter mochi up to the camera. Her expression is one of excitement. She’s is wearing a black shirt and black and white dangling earrings.
Daphne holds up a slice of furikake popcorn butter mochi.

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