During the 1940s and ‘50s, tropical drinks were a sensation, cooling down sweltering adults across the country. We can thank Ernest Raymond Beaumont Gantt of Los Angeles bar Don the Beachcomber and Victor Bergeron of the Trader Vic chain for popularizing these refreshing sippers. Our list is a combination of some classics and house concoctions.
With a heavy dose of 94 proof Sailor Jerry Rum and a kick of ginger too many of this concoction could put hair on your lip
This one is going to be famous. Get on board and make this your "go-to" drink!
This cocktail created by Aku Aku's Eric Solomon is becoming famous!
Made with 44* North Huckleberry Vodka and House made Japapeno blackberry syrup.
This classic recipe was created in San Francisco's East Bay in 1944 by legendary California restaurateur Vic Bergeron of Trader Vic's fame.
A potent blend of 3 diff Bacardi Rums – It's Strong and Evil –Be Careful!! This one will sneak up on you.
Hint of banana and coconut with Plantaion Rum - this one will get you hanging from the rafters.
Made with Sailor Jerry Spiced and Sugar Island Spiced Rums. It's smooth and sweet and perfect. A must for the coconut lover!
She will hit you like the legendary 50 Year storm!
Florida natives know what we mean when we call this one "A Category 5"
Made of 6 different rums and exotic juices and of course topped with Bacardi 151.
Available in 32oz (2 ppl)
or 48oz (up to 4 ppl)
Pupule (crazy) Punch
18 ounces of 4 rums and tropical juices including a topping of Bacardi 151 you may want to take your time with this one. We LIMIT 2 per person
Made with a mix of Bacardi Gold, Myers Dark, Mango rums and fresh juices. It would be just too damn dangerous to serve in a bowl.
Angostura 5 year and Bacardi 8 year with a hint of coconut and fresh juice. This mama knows how to party!