Keiki Kaukau - 808 Milk Caps

The born-in-Hawai’i 90s fad is back and better than ever!! A perfect gift for keiki and nostalgic millenials alike, 808 Milk Capsfeatures an exclusive collection of 60 unique designs by 12 of Hawai‘i’s most celebrated contemporary artists! The set includes 2 engraved “slammers” made of recycled plastic, and is packaged in a slick and eco-friendly cardboard tube. 10% of the retail sale price of this product goes to Family Promise of Hawai'i, helping to transform the lives of housing-insecure families.

The game of milk caps originated in Hawai’i and became a worldwide phenomenon in the 1990s. It is loosely based off the Japanese card game Menko, and was originally played with actual cardboard caps from milk bottles, many labeled “Haleakala Dairy” or “POG” (Passion Orange Guava). To play, each player contributes the same number of caps from their collection, and they are mixed and stacked. Players take turns using the slammer to hit the top of the stack, winning any milk caps that are flipped over. Play "for keeps," for fun, or just to admire the artwork!

808 Milk Caps features original designs by the following artists:





Jack Soren

Kate Wadsworth

Kimberlie Wong

Kim Sielbeck


Nikki Oka

Punky Aloha

Ry Macarayan


  • Made in China
  • All Keiki Kaukau toys are third-party tested and meet or exceed safety requirements

About Keiki Kaukau

April Hail - Keiki KaukauCreated by Hawai‘i mom and former school teacher April Hail, Keiki Kaukau, “kid food” in local lingo, is a line of quality children’s products that reflect the unique mixed-plate culture of the islands. Their popular wooden play food sets showcase ‘ono favorites from laulau to shave ice, bringing a taste of aloha to keiki everywhere.

Keiki Kaukau offers beautifully designed toys, books, and games that serve as language learning tools and gateways to cultural discovery. The company also donates five meals to Hawai‘i Foodbank for every play food set sold. 

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