The iced, tiki answer to hot buttered rum.
A near-perfect example of the cocktail.
The Japanese cult favorite gets the Garibaldi treatment.
The British-born modern classic.
The Canchánchara combines aguardiente de caña, honey, lime juice and water.
More fireside than poolside.
Simpler than most tiki cocktails—it only contains five ingredients—the Jungle Bird is rumored to have been created in the late 1970s at the Kuala Lampur Hilton.
In Quentin Tarantino’s 2012 antebellum film, Django Unchained, a variation of this standard tiki drink appears—never mind the fact that tiki was not invented until the 1930s.
Reiner's version of the classic has become a staple at her Brooklyn bar of the same name.
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