Island spirits

Alum Jason Brand '93 talks about his decision to retire from Wall Street and open his own business in Hawaii in this Cornell Alumni Magazine story. 

"Living and working on the Hawaiian island of Oahu, Brand runs a craft distillery that makes high-end rum from local heirloom sugarcane," the story explains. "Dubbed Ko Hana (Hawaiian for 'work of the cane'), the libation is made in small batches—generally from only one plant variety at a time—and sampled by the public in the island’s only tasting room for spirits."

Read the full Cornell Alumni Magazine story.


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