The East Coast’s longest running Tiki weekender is back in full force this June, featuring many familiar faces along with new features and entertainment for villagers to enjoy at the oceanfront Beachcomber Resort in South Florida.
After the suffering bastard of a year that was 2020, we were primed and ready for some relief and positive Tiki vibes. If 2020 was a house of horrors, then 2021 was a roller-coaster ride. But while we’re still mired in pandemic-related disruptions, many things achieved a “new normal” over the past 12 months. RELATED: …
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The Atomic Grog brings you good tidings with three new drinks inspired by Tiki’s dangerous classic, a ghoulish Mai-Kai original, and the rum world’s bearded Kriss Kringle.
Savor the complex flavors and stories behind the original deadly cocktail as we present two new Zombie recipes that feature the flavors and spirits of of France and Haiti.
Updated Sept. 22 Upon completion of The Hukilau this weekend at the Beachcomber Resort and The Mai-Kai, event attendees had one additional challenge: Sunday’s “Hereafter Party” dubbed The Final Destination at Death or Glory in Delray Beach. To bring the theme full circle, The Atomic Grog presented a Zombie to end all Zombies. See recipe …
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Has it really been 10 years? For a humble blog focused on Tiki culture and cocktails, that’s an eternity. After a decade of existence, we continue to be humbled by the recognition and continued support from peers and supporters. Even so, we hope that the best is yet to come. Special 10th anniversary recipe: Revenge …
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Two of the spirits and Tiki cocktail world’s most respected figures are putting their names on the label of an exciting new release: Beachbum Berry’s Zombie Blend from Hamilton Rum. It’s the first joint rum project for both and is expected to hit stores and bars across America this summer.
The historic Polynesian restaurant transported revelers to a socially-distanced celebration like no other, including an appearance by Appleton Rum’s Joy Spence.
Updated Oct. 15, 2020 NEW: The Mai-Kai celebrates Hulaween 2020 with drive-in movie party after closing for renovations The historic Polynesian restaurant transported revelers to a socially-distanced celebration like no other, including an appearance by Appleton Rum’s Joy Spence. FULL EVENT RECAP News: Latest on the temporary closing Photos: Hulaweeen Drive-In Movie scene, costumes Tribute …
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Belly up to the home bar for Daiquiris of Hope, an attempt to put a small but loving spotlight on those influential establishments that are unfortunately dealing with a potential business disaster.