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Our signature grog is an enticing mix of lime, pineapple, two rums and a secret blend of spices. Available in our KapuTiki mug


Mai Tai


Born in Oakland at Trader Vic’s in 1944, this quintessential tiki drink combines Appleton Jamaican rum with lime, orange curaçao, and orgeat.


For those who prefer the popular Hawaiian-style Mai Tai, the addition of pineapple juice and a float of dark rum. A vacation in a glass.

Top Shelf   

For the advanced Mai Tai drinker, the elite version features the very funky Doctor Bird Jamaican rum, lime, local orgeat and a dry orange curaçao.




Don the Beachcomber’s lethal combination of white, Jamaican, and overproof rums is tempered with citrus, spice, and a dash of absinthe. We are not responsible for your eaten brains.


The more approachable younger brother still comes packing three rums, but includes plenty of citrus, passion fruit, and pineapple. Take care: this one will still bite you!




Rum, lime, and sugar served up. All you need in life.


Papa’s punch add grapefruit juice and a touch of maraschino liqueur to the classic trio.


Perhaps the most tropical fo the three, this features Plantation Pineapple Rum.




A tasty grog of Lost Spirits Navy rum, lime, falernum, and other wares.


Robust, spicy, and bitter, this grog has three rums, citrus, a house blend of spice, and a bit of the ol’ heave-ho.


This approachable grog will charm its way into your hold with Koloa spiced rum, apricot brandy, and a cannonade of citrus.

Painkiller    to

Available in three strengths. How much pain are you in?

From the Soggy Dollar Bar, this world-famous blend of Pusser’s Navy Rum, pineapple, orange and coconut is the perfect cure for what ails you.

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