Okolehao isn’t made on a wide scale outside of this single product that also happens to be relatively rare, which I can certainly appreciate. It’s got a distinct vegetal taste, almost like some kind of drinkable aftershave—that’s better than it may sound. Think of Chartreuse. One problem I have is that the finish has a very intense burn to go along with the ti root taste. Haven’t tried using it in a mixed drink yet but I imagine it’ll be hard to find a balance between the very in-your-face alcohol, the subtle vegetal flavor, and whatever you’re mixing it with.