Traditional Tiki Drinks

Traditional Tiki Drinks

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Classic Mai Tai $12  

The most famous tropical drink in the world and it was invented only 8.5 miles away at the original Trader Vic’s in Oakland in 1944. Aged Appleton Estate rum from Jamaica, lime juice, orance curacao and orgeat. Aloha from Oaktown!

Island Mai Tai $11  

For those who prefer the popular Hawaiian-style Mai Tai, the addition of pineapple juice and a dark rum float is like a “Brady Bunch” tropical vacation in a glass! Beware the Tiki, though…

“Planet of the Apes” $10  

(formerly “Banana Mamacow”)
Crash land happily on an exotic world populated with a primal blend of fresh bananas, coconut, cream and silver rum. An intelligent simian favorite.

Boo Loo $13  

Careful – this smooth blend of pineapple and honey is deceptively delicate but decidedly delicious and will sneak up on you…Boo! Served in a generous 20oz goblet.

Chamborlada $13  

Drink your dessert! A potent pina colada with a float of luxurious black raspberry Chambord richly rewarding served in a healthy 20oz goblet.

Macadamia Nut Chi Chi $10  

This chi-chi will have you doing the cha-cha! Vodka, pineapple, coconut and macadamia nut liqueur combine for a sweetly refreshing respite from reality.

Monkeypod $11  

Flavors of tamarind, coconut and lime swing together in perfect harmony through juicy jungles of your pleased palate, in this original cocktail created by the “Monkeyman” Derek Weaver.

Navy Grog $11  

Robust and spicy, this cocktail pays tribute to Admiral Edward “Old Grogram” Vernon, who first introduced “grog” into the British Royal Navy in 1740. A nautical mix of exotic spices, several rums, tart citrus and a little of the ol’ heave ho.

Painkiller $10   $12   $14  

From the Soggy Dollar Bar on the tiny island of Jost Van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands, this world-famous creamy blend of Pusser’s Navy Rum pineapple, orange and coconut with a hint of spice is the perfect cure for whatever ails you.

Rum Runner $11  

Beep beep! A wily tiki classic created in 1972 at the Holiday Isle Resort by “Tiki John” Ebert. Blackberry brandy, creme de banana, lime juice and overproof rum may send you over the edge…

Shark’s Tooth $12  

Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water…Don the Beachcomber’s famous recipe thrills with Appleton VX, Mt. Gay Eclipse, pineapple, lime and grapefruit.

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