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Navy Grog

With its trio of rums at a full measure a piece, this maritime sour is one of the punchiest drinks on the classic roster of Tiki cocktails.

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Three Dots and a Dash

Rhum Agricole and Allspice Dram play a huge role in what is one of the most complex of all classic Tiki drinks.

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Missionary's Downfall

Recipes for this venerable Tiki classic vary enormously and are often confused with the Aku Aku which this drink morphed into at the hands of its creator,

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Nui Nui

Cinnamon and pimento spiced golden rum with refreshing citrus. Balanced, cooling and delicious.

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Royal Daiquiri

Adapted from a recipe created circa 1950s by Don The Beachcomber.

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Shark's Tooth (by Don Beach)

This cocktail should be blended so the ice is dissolved to chill and dilute the drink which should end up with a long-lasting frothy head.

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Powerful funky rum and delicate cinnamon spice partially tamed by rich fruit and sweetened clove.

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Beachcomber's Daiquiri

Basically a frozen rum margarita.

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Doctor Funk

With its very generous dose of rum and absinthe, too many of this rum-laced liquorice-like tasting cocktails and you'll need your very own doctor.

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Mai Tai (Beaumont-Gantt's recipe)

It is claimed that Ernest Raymond Beaumont-Gantt first served this drink in 1933 at his Don The Beachcomber's bar in Hollywood, California. This is some

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Rum Barrel (by Donn Beach)

A foamy head hides a tasty (and be warned) rum laced, tangy fruity drink.

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Blue Hawaiian

A blue-rinsed PiƱa Colada.