Mai Tai. The ultimate tiki cocktail.
The Suit, Tie & Lei, an unusually bitter Tiki original from Chemistry of the Cocktail for Tiki Month.
The Pegu Blog presents a garnishing technique we call Kulahua's Orange Peel. Use it for all sorts of results like this flower.
The Fog Cutter Cocktail — A Tiki Charmer from Trader Vic
Shrimp Gyros with Tzatiki Sauce
The Zombie Cocktail — the Bad Boy of Tiki Drinks
An old-fashioned Mai Tai recipe, plus how tiki drinks and Chinese food go hand-in-hand
Creamy Cucumber Salad dressed in Tzatiki sauce
The Devil All The Time: A delicious passion fruit and tequila cocktail.
The Missionary's Downfall. A Tiki drink whose appearance and flavor is every bit as evocative as its name.
The 151 Swizzle is a particularly tasty use for the resurrected gem: Lemon Hart 151.
A Valentine's Day Tiki-style offering: The Pink Wink
The Tiki drink, Dr. Funk, actually predates the Tiki era, and is named from a real doctor.
The tasty Treasure Island Cocktail - a tiki experiment with whiskey, rum and more!
The Best Year is a Tiki drink judged the best cocktail of 1975... for what that's worth.
Trinidadian Punch. Looking for a delicious year-round punch? This tiki-inspired recipe is your answer.
The perfect Piña Colada!
Smokin' Volcano Chocolate Cake (literally) with gluten free option. Enjoy with a Sneaky Tiki cocktail!
The Pegu Blog starts winding down Tiki Month with the Reverb Crash, a 21st Century Tiki contest winner.
The Pegu Blog offers the OYO Lani, a new Tiki drink featuring OYO Honey Vanilla Bean Vodka.
The Port Light. A whisk(e)y based Tiki drink from the lost Kahiki Supper Club in Columbus, OH
Tiki Month continues at the Pegu Blog with this Tiki variant of the classic Pegu Club cocktail.
The Pegu Blog examines two of the many faces of Tiki drink, the Lapu Lapu.
Tiki Month at the Pegu Blog continues with the Coconut Kallaloo, a late-era Tiki drink, and some thoughts about what that means.
The Pegu Blog kicks off its Tiki Month 2011 with a Don the Beachcomber classic, the Nui Nui. It's an exotic blend of rum and redolent spices
The Mai Tai is one of the true classics of the cocktail world. Victor J. Bergeron first concocted it in 1944 behind the bar of his famed restaurant Trader Vic’s.
Blogging Beachbum Berry Remixed from Astro to Zadar starting with a recipe for Beachcomber's Gold.
The Zombie is a retro tiki bar favorite. It is a potent mix of three types of rum & a blend of fruit juices. The classic finish is to float a bit of 151 proof rum right on top.
The Night Marcher Cocktail
Sort of like a rum-spiked orange Creamsicle.
Tiki Cocktail: The Original Zombie
Dark Rum, coconut cream, and lime juice get blended perfectly in the Coconaut from Jeff "Beachbum" Berry's Grog Log.
Rum, pineapple, orange juice, lemon juice, and vanilla liqueur. What's not to like in the Beachbum's Own?
Equal parts gold rum, coconut rum, lime, orange, and pineapple, this tribute to Anaheim is a delicious tiki drink.