This tumbler was based on the original glass used at Trader Vic's to serve the Voodoo Grog and is manufactured by Tiki Farm. Tumbler is glossy black, with gold painted tiki masks in relief around the sides, and gold rings around the base.
Originating from Papua New Guinea, the design of the Trader Vic's mask logo was introduced in 1951 and since has been the symbol of Trader Vic's known around the world.
This mug was manufactured by Dynasty Wholesale. it is a reproduction of the original Trader Vic's Suffering Bastard. The tiki is a moai. he is squatting and is holding his head as though hung over.
This brown mug is based on the Orchids of Hawaii R-1 Warrior mug, but it's made by Dynasty Wholesale, and it's smaller.
This blue mug was designed by Flounder, sculpted by Squid and manufactured by Tiki Farm. The mug is shaped like a robot with jet packs. He has a tiki face with round eyes and a figure eight shaped mouth. The first 252 pieces were released without the Tiki Farm fire decal.
This is a ceramic hiball glass featuring an Ewok celebration scene from the decisive battle between the Rebel Alliance and the Empire on the forest moon of Endor, including the Death Star and other ships overhead with Ewoks cheering below. The "Ewok Celebration", commonly known as "Yub Nub", is also the title of a 1983 song featured in Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi. Secluded in a remote corner of the galaxy, the forest moon of Endor would easily have been overlooked by history were it not for the decisive battle that occurred there. The lush, forest home of the Ewok species is the gravesite of Darth Vader and the Empire itself. This mug was released on May 31,2019 at Disneyland's Galaxy's Edge Oga's Cantina. The Yub Nub cocktail features: "Malibu Pineapple Rum, Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum, Citrus Juices, and Passion Fruit."
This is the second year of the hatbox ghost mug. in 2019, the WDW Grog Grotto mug had the empty hatbox and its face in place. This one was white with a blue wipe.
From BarConic's website:
"Our BarConic® Tiki Drinkware Head Hunter Tiki Mug has the resemblance of a mid-century craftsman’s touch, sculpted to create a vintage look of a vintage head hunter with a brown, handsome glaze finish. This mug is completely smooth and has rounded edges making it safe for anyone to use."
This mug is an unauthorized version of the Tiki Farm Whack-Whak! mug designed by Philippe Tilikete, but smaller in size and with small differences in the sculpt and glazing (for instance, the armbands are not glazed in orange like the original).
These salt & pepper shakers are shaped like slender moai, with a light green finish, and are marked "Kahiki Supper Club" in black on the bottom.
These salt & pepper shakers are from the Kon-Tiki Ports chain, owned by Steve Crane. They are two round-headed tikis, with hands making a thumbs-up gesture at the belly. Marked "Kon-Tiki Ports" on the back.
This white skull mug was manufactured for the Hawaii Kai. It has a handle, hollow eye sockets and nose cavity. It is missing three teeth and is marked "Hawaii Kai" on the front.
The design of this mug is borrowed from Thor Heyerdahl's Kon Tiki boat, which used the design of a South American sun god, Kon Tiki. Forehead has three sunray-like dashes, lips are two horizontal lines. OMC sticker on bottom. This is the tall version, there is also a shorter version.
Stylized moai design, tan/light brown color, with coffee-bean-like eyes, nostrils, and lips. Vertical "dashes" are indented into the mug all over. Marked "Kahiki Mug No. 1 Columbus, Ohio".
Classic Suffering Bastard design in miniature with satin black exterior, white interior. This design is commonly called the Suffering Bastard, though it was originally marketed as Mai Tai Joe. Trader Vic's originally sold these in sets with a matching decanter. Later, modern-day reproductions were also made by Tiki Farm, which have a black interior. This version was made in 2017 for Trader Vic's and manufactured in Thailand and sold through Trader Vic's website.
This mug is commonly called the Suffering Bastard, though it was originally marketed as Mai Tai Joe. Trader Vic's originally sold these in sets with a matching decanter. Later, modern-day reproductions were also made by Tiki Farm, which have a black interior. This version was made in 2015 for Trader Vic's and manufactured in Thailand.