Each Travel menu is inspired by a different country from around the world. These countries may not have a well-known cocktail tradition, but we find inspiration from their flavors, history, peoples, and passions, and we look at them through the lens of modern cocktails. While taste is a subjective sense, it is so linked to memory & thought that we hope it transports you to another time & place, if only for a moment.
These drinks look like tiki drinks & taste like tiki drinks, but they aren’t tiki drinks because they weren’t created in the mid 1900’s in a tiki bar — they were created by us! So we call them “tropical,” and you should expect modern and off-the-beaten path flavors, unexpected techniques, and a ton of fun.
These classic tiki drinks were created in the old days by people with names like “Donn the Beachcomber” and “Trader Vic”, resurrected by people with names like Jeff “Beachbum” Berry, and enjoyed by people with names like yours. They are strong, textured, and approachable.
Return of the Curse of the Creature’s Ghost
Sinister concoction of exotic rums with golden raisin, red wine, citrus, & spices.
A potent, textured punch with blanco tequila & pisco, peach, citrus, & herbal peruvian emoliente.