Since 1932, a family business in Wailuku, Maui has been making what lots of Hawaii folks say is "da bes" (the best) ice cream in the world: Roselani. The name Roselani is an Americanization of Maui's official flower, the Lokelani, or "heavenly rose".
Run by three generations of the Nobriga family, Roselani ice cream is part of a 117 year old company, Maui Ice and Soda. They have never sold out to a big corporation, like so many successful small businesses do these days, and their ice cream has become a favorite throughout the islands of Hawaii. With flavors like Mango 'n Cream, Kona Mud Pie, Classic Macadamia Nut, and Banana Nut Crunch, they offer a taste experience you won't find anywhere else but in Hawaii.
Their orginal favorite, however, appears to be in trouble. "Haupia" is a Hawaiian pudding like dessert made from coconut milk, and Roselani Haupia Ice Cream has been a long time best seller. But recently, the supply of coconut milk, which used to come from the Philippines, frozen with no preservatives, has dried up. They used to use about five tons of it every year. Cathy Norbiga Kim, who runs Roselani, has not yet found a replacement supply that meets her high standards of quality and flavor. She will not compromise their product and has stopped making the Haupia flavor for now. So "no more da kine" Haupia ice cream, at least until a new source of coconut milk is found.
You can read all about Roselani on their website here: Roselani Tropics. Their history page is quite interesting with some great old photos for those who like learning about Maui in the last century.
And just so you don't feel too sad about missing out on their Haupia ice cream, here is a link for a recipe for haupia dessert from the Culinary Arts Program at Maui Community College: The Wonderful Hawaiian Haupia. So ono (delicious), you know.