Is the ‘Kiwi’ really a Hawaiian drink?

The ‘Kiwa’ is not a Hawaiian Drink, but a local drink, and its popularity has been on the rise in recent years, especially with the holiday season in Hawaii.

So what’s so special about it?

As you might imagine, the “Kiwis” are not the same as the “Hawaiians,” who are from a different culture.

The name is a mixture of Hawaiian and German, with the Hawaiian word “kwiki” meaning “kiwi” and the German word “wirks” meaning a “wetter” or more of a drink.

The Hawaiian word for “kwi” means “knot” in English, and the word “wi” in Hawaiian.

So when the Kiwi is served at dinner, it’s called “Kwiki,” and it has the added twist of being served in a keg.

The Kiwis were born in Hawaii and they were brought to America by a Dutch immigrant who took over the island after it became a colony.

Hawaii has been known as a hot spot for the American and European cultures.

The island is home to the oldest known settlement in the world, the Oahu Village at Oahu, where a Dutch colony was founded in 1774.

It’s now home to more than 500,000 people, making it the second-largest island in the United States, behind Hawaii.

For decades, the island was a popular destination for the Hawaiian population, especially during the winter months when many Americans would travel to the islands in order to get some fresh air.

But after World War II, Hawaii became a refuge for refugees fleeing Japanese aggression, and a new wave of refugees from the United Kingdom and other countries began arriving in the island.

By the 1950s, the U.S. government, in conjunction with the United Nations Refugee Agency, established a program called the “World Relief” program to provide help to the people of Hawaii.

By the 1970s, that program had expanded to include hundreds of thousands of Americans who were fleeing the Nazis in Germany, the Soviet Union, and elsewhere.

Today, Hawaii is home more than 60 percent of the country’s refugees, and many of them were brought here as part of the World Relief program.

According to the World Refugee Assistance Commission, in 2012, more than 7.2 million refugees, including more than 11 million people from the European Union, arrived in the U, U.K., Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and South Africa.

That was a record number for the United World Refugee Camps, a program created in 2003.

According the United Way of Hawaii, the number of refugees in Hawaii reached 8.7 million in 2012.

In addition, the United Nation’s refugee agency reported in 2013 that the number was up to 10.6 million people.

The number of international refugees in the state was estimated at 12.5 million in 2013.

In the years following World War I, Hawaii was a U.N. refugee camp.

But the United National Congress of Refugees in 1944 banned all refugee camps from being established.

Hawaii became a U:UNHCR refugee camp in the 1970’s.

The U:URC was a humanitarian program created to assist refugees fleeing from the Nazis and other Third World countries, as well as people who had fled from communist dictatorships in the former Soviet Union.

The program operated from 1951 to 1983.

The U: URC provided aid to people fleeing persecution and conflict in their home countries, and also provided assistance in developing the country as a safe haven for refugees.

After World War Two, the American government moved in to establish a refugee program in Hawaii, and in 1978, the state became the first state in the nation to accept refugees.

Today, the Hawaiian Islands population is about 5 million.

Hawaii was once home to about 60,000 refugees, but today it’s home to roughly 12 million.

Hawaiian refugees have taken part in the global refugee crisis for decades.

The state of Hawaii has hosted nearly 7.6 millions refugees since World War One, according to the U: U.UNHCR.

The refugee population of Hawaii is approximately 11 million, according the U.: URC.