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After the Luau

After the Luau

The other day, we made a caramelized pineapple syrup by cooking chunks of pineapple on the stovetop with a little bit of sugar, then combining that with more sugar and water to make it into a usable syrup. The syrup was good, but after a little bit of experimentation, we decided that adding some…
Boo Loo

Boo Loo

The Boo Loo is a tiki drink with a fun-to-say name - and a name that can get quite difficult to say after you've had one or two! It's a drink that those who frequently reference the Grog Log will be familiar with, but it's also on the menu at the…
Modern Missionary

Modern Missionary

The Missionary's Downfall is a classic tiki drink that is one of our favorites, especially in hot weather. Invented in 1948 by Don the Beachcomber, the cocktail combines fresh pineapple, mint leaves, peach brandy, lime juice and rum (of course) with ice and blends it all together. The resulting drink…
Blue Bird

Blue Bird

The Jungle Bird is a great example of a tiki drink that isn't particularly sweet. There are other tiki drinks that aren't fruit forward, of course, but the Jungle Bird is a particularly good example because it uses a generous amount of Campari, a bitter Italian aperitif that gives the…