Bright green puffer fish-shaped mug wearing a burgundy fez with black tassel. Has a matching full-sized mug, the "Mr. Fugu."
This is a bowl supported by three seahorses. Though the seahorse may appear as a cute little sea creature, in folklore it actually has a very powerful role. Seahorses represent eternal friendship, good luck, patience and persistence. In Europe, the seahorse carried the souls of deceased sailors, providing them safe passage and protection until they met their final destination. Around this bowl are strands of kelp and bubbles floating upward. The glaze is a wipe-away finish which gives good definition to Bai's sculpted details. This is the first collaboration between Tiki Farm and Bai Tiki. There is also a pink version of this bowl. This version is marked for Pagan Idol in San Francisco, CA., on the occasion of their one year anniversary (February 24th, 2016 -- February 24th, 2017).
Designed by Ivan Mora and manufactured by Tiki Farm. This mug is shaped like a large Ku stacked upon a smaller Tiki head with tentacles swirling around the front and jungle foliage, hibiscus blossoms, and palm trees decorating the back. The Pagan Idol limited edition is glazed in matte brown and the gloss green is their first open edition.
This mug is designed by Joe Vitale for Tiki Farm. Shaped like a tiki with red eyes, and a red painted flaming headdress. Two glaze color ways: brown or tan. Also comes in a shot size.
A mug shaped like a sea turtle drinking out of a Tiki Bob mug.
This pineapple shaped mug was produced for Trader Vic's. It is orange, has a straw hole in the lid and green leaves on top. Used to serve the "Pino Pepe Cocktail", a blend of pineapple and citrus juices, vodka, light rum and Trader Vic’s Rock Candy Syrup. Marked "Trader Vic's 2015" on the bottom.
This conga drum-shaped mug was designed by Squid and manufactured by Tiki Farm for the Conga Lounge in Oakland, CA. The mug has a wood grain look and has a moai mask on the front. The Conga Lounge closed its doors in 2015.
This mug was manufactured by Tiki Farm for Hula's Island Grill and Tiki Room in Monterey, CA. The mug features a full-body tiki whose fists meet in the center of the mug. He has long oval eyes that are squinted shut, a short flared nose and an open mouthed grin.
This brown mug was designed by Squid for Tiki Tom's Restaurant in Walnut Creek, CA. The tiki has football-shaped eyes with tiny pupils, a crooked grin and has both thumbs up.
This rum barrel mug was produced by Tiki Farm for Smuggler's Cove in San Francisco, CA. The barrel is green (with brown highlights) and has four straps. It reads "Smuggler's Cove" on the front in raised letters and "San Francisco" on the back. This is the "Farewell Edition" of this design and marks its retirement. Limited to two per guest and not available for mail order.
A mug shaped like a Ku Tiki head with a cracked skull stacked on top. Exterior has a brown oxide matte wipe-away glaze. This was Tiki Farm's first collaboration with Marco Almera and this Restaurant-marked version was preceded by a regular release in day-glow green from Tiki Farm. This version is marked for Three Dots and a Dash in Chicago and is used to serve their Painkiller cocktail.
A Marquesan styled Tiki mug. Nuku Nuku is a replica of a carving created by Bill. Glazed in a satin matte with a medium-hued brown glaze which is then wiped to allow the richer hues of the glaze to prevail in the recesses. This version was marked for Forbidden Island in Alameda, CA.
This mug is of the original Mr. Bali Hai, the mascot for the Bali Hai Restaurant in San Diego. This version of the mug was manufactured by OMC and bears the OMC sticker, and has a concave base marked "Mr. Bali Hai made Exclusively for Bali Hai Restaurant San Diego, Calif" printed on the bottom. Mr. Bali Hai is an oblong head with a bone through the nose and large white hoop earrings, with sleepily lidded eyes (eyes are usually brown, sometimes blue). The mug comes with a lid with two straw holes.
This is a classic Ku dredged from the bottom of the sea with barnacles, brain coral, and a fishing net still wrapped around him. Concept by Martin Cate and sculpted by Crazy Al. This is the open edition made in a light cream with a light green overglaze. Available only at Smuggler's Cove. Crazy Al also produced 48 artist proof versions of this mug in individualized multi-colored glazes.
A mug shaped like a grinning Tiki wearing overalls, a tall hat, and hanging out with his hound dog and a jug of moonshine. Glazed in green. Part of a three part "Hulabilly Clan" set, including Ernest T and Rock-A-Hula. Premiered at Tiki Oasis 2013.
This is a bowl supported by three Tikis (with hands up to heads for a see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil motif). Well reservoirs at top of each Tiki for flaming overproof rum. Light brown glazed interior and exterior. Used to serve the Uh Oa! cocktail made with light and dark rums, orange, passion fruit, guava, and grapefruit juices, falernum, cinnamon and freshly squeezed lime juice. This is identical to the second edition of the Uh Oa! bowl used at the Sam's in Disneyland, but it is marked on the bottom for the Sam's Grog Grotto in Orlando.
A mug shaped like a Tiki with arms at sides, a slightly uptilted head, triangles on cheeks, and a skull at waistline. This brown mug was sculpted and manufactured by Tiki Diablo (Danny Gallardo) for the 10th Anniversary of the Forbidden Island tiki bar in Alameda, CA. Based on a Barney West PNG style tiki.
This is a mai tai double lowball glass or "old fashioned" glass with the Forbidden Island logo of crossed Tiki torches on the front and marked "Ten 10 Year Anniversary". Graphics around glass have a nautical map look with sea monsters, fish, and ships. Released on April 24, 2016.
A mug shaped like a Tiki head with large concentric circles around almond-shaped eyes, a small nose, and open mouth which serves as a reservoir for dry ice and light cube. This mug design made its debut on Sunday April 23rd at 3pm, as part of Forbidden Island's 11th Anniversary celebration. It was made in two regular glazes (green or brown). The 11th Anniversary cocktail for this mug was created by Becca Morris and features Hamilton 86 and Hamilton 151 Rums. The mug was sculpted and manufactured by Tiki Diablo (Danny Gallardo). This glaze version in bone white with details picked out in a brown wash was limited only to staff members.
This is a mug shaped like a diver in an old-fashioned dive suit opening a large pirate's chest underwater. The chest is perched on a footing covered in starfish, barnacles, and other undersea life. The first half of this edition (300) were released and sold at Forbidden Island on Sunday, August 5th, 2018.
This is a mug shaped like a Fijian Mermaid sideshow gaffe. The Fijian mermaid (also Fiji or Feejee mermaid) was an object comprising the torso and head of a juvenile monkey sewn to the back half of a fish. It was a common feature of sideshows, where it was presented as the mummified body of a creature that was supposedly half mammal and half fish. Designed by THOR and produced by Tiki Farm. First released in blue for the First Anniversary celebration of Three Dots And A Dash. This version is glazed with a purple hand-wiped glaze, leaving much of the mug white, but picking out details in darker purple.
This skull mug features a distressed-wiped style skull adorned with red hand-painted eyes and rose-enwrapped skull & heart iconography on the reverse. The skull is perched upon a pedestal featuring skeleton lovers front and back.
This is a lidded pineapple mug covered with tiny skulls. It somewhat resembles the entrance to the bar, whose wall of skulls is illuminated in blue light as you walk down the stairs. Brown exterior with glossy green leaves at top. There is also a yellow version.
This is a tall rectangular mug with three sides made of bamboo and glazed in tan/beige and one of stacked skulls glazed in blue. It is made to resemble the entrance to the bar, whose wall of skulls is illuminated in blue light as you walk down the stairs. There is an "Easter Egg" of sorts honoring Paul McGee (formerly of Three Dots) at the bottom of the wall where a skull has Mcgee's signature beard. The back reads: "Three Dots and a Dash, Chicago, IL." Used to serve their house cocktail, the Three Dots and a Dash.
The Tiki Bandit was designed by Squid and manufactured by Tiki Farm for Frankie's Tiki Room in Las Vegas, NV. The mug is brown and shaped like a slot machine with a tiki face and an open mouth full of change. The arm is bamboo with a skull-shaped knob. There are two slightly different versions -- the first issue with red letters and a later issue with green letters.
This is a mug shaped like a pink sea urchin. Designed by Shelby Allison (wife of owner Paul McGee) and Holden Westland of Tiki Farm. This is the third edition of this design, glazed in pink.
This is a Tiki mug resembling a steam whistle and marked for Cutwater Spirits. Glazed in iron oxide brown. Released August 10th, 2017.
This is the modern version of the Mai Kai shrunken head mug, and has the details painted under the glaze, while the vintage version has the details cold painted over the glaze. Hair of head is pulled back into a ponytail handle, blue decorative facepaint, yellow spears through ears, and stitches over lips.
This blue Delft style wipe away glazed mug is manufactured by Tiki Farm for the Forbidden Island tiki bar in Alameda, CA. The tiki has large slanted eyes and a toothy grin. The mug has palm texture on the tiki's forehead and back. The Delft blue glaze made its debut at FI in March 2016.
This mug is shaped like one of the little lava people, the A'a'po'e, who help to keep Pele from blowing her stack by cooling her with their everflowing lava. This mug resembles the fountain statue on the left as you enter Hale Pele, with its bowl of cooling lava held in both hands. The Tiki has slanted coffee bean-shaped eyes, a slotted mouth with small tongue protruding, and spiral designs on chest and legs. This Open Edition comes in 2 variants, apparently: both a solid gloss glaze of orangish salmon and a lighter salmon orangish wipe-away glaze. It is from the Munktiki Imports line (from Fuhua Porcelain Factory of Dehua, China). This is the fifth color-way of the Open Edition, released 03/2017. The first one was in coconut brown, the second was a sea green color, the third was in a gloss greenish brown, and the fourth was in a gun metal metallic gray. There is also a Limited Edition (in several color ways) and a Super Limited Edition (that has a tri-color gradation from top to bottom of yellow, then orange, then red). The mug's signature drink, the A'a'po'e, is described as: "an amazingly quenching and tasty blend of pot-still Jamaican rum, piney gin, spices, and tropical fruits."
This pink elephant mug was manufactured by Munktiki. He is wearing a fez and his trunk is pointed up in the air as he holds a Moai mug. Never Forget to Get Drunk is written on the back of the mug.
A mug shaped like a Tiki head with large concentric circles around almond-shaped eyes, a small nose, and open mouth which serves as a reservoir for dry ice and light cube. This mug made its debut on Sunday April 23rd at 3pm, as part of Forbidden Island's 11th Anniversary celebration. It was made in two glazes (green or brown). The 11th Anniversary cocktail for this mug was created by Becca Morris and features Hamilton 86 and Hamilton 151 Rums. The mug was sculpted and manufactured by Tiki Diablo (Danny Gallardo).
This turquoise mug is manufactured by Tiki Farm for the Forbidden Island tiki bar in Alameda, CA. The tiki has large slanted eyes and a toothy grin. The mug has palm texture on the tiki's forehead and back. Glazed in a glossy turquoise. Premiered 09/13/2018.
The Forbidden Sub mug depicts a gray submarine lifted out of the churning ocean depths by a huge orange tentacle. Labeled with the “Forbidden Island” logo on one side, this mug measures 8″ wide by 4″ tall and has a capacity of 18-20 oz. A recipe card for a cocktail named "Infinite Coastline" is included with the mug. The mug went on sale Monday, September 7th, at 12:00pm PST and was limited to two mugs per person. Limited to a run of 500 pieces.
A rectangular bowl made to look like the boat centered in the pool at the Tonga Room where the band plays. Depicts band members, hula dancers, and happy customers drinking cocktails on each side. Marked "S.S. Tonga San Francisco" on back. Primarily gloss brown glaze with red, blue, green, and yellow details.
This is a mug shaped like a Tiki with a porthole on the reverse that you can see through. A large anchor design on the reverse also. Glaze is a sort of blue rutile with brown and white coloring as well. Thanks to a removable clear inner chimney glass and a flashing LED cube, this mug allows you to view and illuminate your drink of choice. The ceramic outer mug measures approximately 7.5" tall and the inner plastic mug approximately 6.5".
This hiball was produced for Lost Lake in Chicago, IL. It has a light blue/green print on frosted field and has images of fish, pineapples, and anchors, as well as tapa inspired geometric lines and shapes. Back side features recipe for the signature Lost Lake cocktail
A mug shaped like a grinning Tiki made out of a rum (or moonshine) barrel, playing a bass, and wearing a hula skirt. Glazed in darker gloss brown than first version as an exclusive for Mahalo Tiki.
This brown mug is manufactured by Tiki Farm for the Forbidden Island tiki bar in Alameda, CA. The tiki has large slanted eyes and a toothy grin. The mug has palm texture on the tiki's forehead and back. The brown version was retired on 9/12/07.
This is a mug shaped like a lidded barrel with bands and a star on the lid, made for Longitude in Oakland, CA. Designed by Tiki Kaimuki and made by Munktiki Imports. This Regular Edition is Longitude's signature mug. Released on January 27, 2015. There was also a Special Edition mug with gold bands and detailing on lid. Longitude closed in 2017.