This is a mug shaped like Boba Fett, a bounty hunter, and one of the most prominent characters from the science fiction Star Wars films. Boba was hired by Darth Vader and also employed by Jabba the Hutt. He is a a man dressed in Mandalorian battle armor with helmet and rocket pack, holding a blaster cradled in front of him with both hands. This is one in a set of six (including Yoda, Chewie, R2-D2, Vader, Trooper, and Boba). They are a tikified re-imagining of the drinking vessels that might be used if the Mos Eisley Cantina in Star Wars was actually a tiki bar.
Mug shaped like a bone Hawaiian fish hook with scrimshaw carvings.
This small stackable brown skull mug has no lower jaw and is marked on reverse for Strong Water Anaheim. It was released at the same time alongside with a cobalt blue version. Both sold out online within the week.
A mug shaped like Rocket Raccoon (a genetically modified talking raccoon) from the Guardians of the Galaxy Marvel Comics film franchise. "Rocket Raccoon" stands proudly on a tree stump holding a laser gun. This is one in a set of six (including Baby Groot, Drax, Gamora, Groot, Rocket Raccoon, and Star-Lord). They are a tikified re-imagining of characters from the Guardians of the Galaxy film and comic franchise.
This is a mug shaped like a rum barrel with barnacles and seaweed clinging to the side. This second edition of the mug has a mottled blue over honey brown exterior glaze. Brown interior. It still says "first edition" on the bottom. Used to serve the Shipwreck on the Rocks cocktail made with Maker's Mark bourbon, freshly muddled lemon and mint with organic agave nectar.
This mug is based on a character from the Disney+ Star Wars series, The Mandalorian, and is named "Grogu" although he is often referred to as "The Child" or "Baby Yoda".
This version of the character is holding a soup bowl. There are other mug variants where he is holding a frog or is in "Force Pose" with his eyes closed. There are also a set of mini mugs where the character is holding the frog, eating the frog, or maintaining "Force Pose" with eyes closed.
This mug is based on the main character from the Disney+ Star Wars series, The Mandalorian.
The Mandalorian is basically a science fiction version of a Paladin/knight in shining armor. He lives by a set of rigid codes, one of which is never to remove his helmet. In the series, he becomes the protector of Grogu (often referred to as The Child or Baby Yoda) whose literal blood is sought after by the evil scientists of the old Empire who wish to make force-sensitive clones for their dastardly plans. The Mandalorian dresses in special armor made from Beskar steel which is from his home planet and is resistant even to direct laser blasts or hits from a lightsaber.
Hooch the Cat lounges in an empty rum shipping crate, a small Shriners' fez perched atop his head above sleepy eyes. Artist Doug Horne claims the mug is based on the urban legend of 'Hooch', a cat that frequented the shipyards (and bars) of Long Beach Harbor, CA during the World War 2; one with a taste for the rum frequently spilled by drunken sailors and dock workers. The cat is matte orange with a glossy red fez sitting in a matte brown crate, a light black wash picks out the details of the sculpt. The ends of the crate are adorned with labels for 'Rum Cat' aged rum.
This mug was sculpted by Kirby and manufactured by Taboo Island. The original Big Mo is the Moai carving just within the front door of the Tonga Hut. The mug is a faithful replica. The back of the mug reads "Tonga Hut" in vertical letters and gives the opening date of the bar, "1958." This "Snow & Ice" Blue version was limited to 25 mugs.
This is a goblet-like mug with a smiling Tiki face on the front, glazed in black with green highlights. This version replaced the light brown version that preceded it.
This mug was specially produced for the Halloween 2017 season. The mug depicts the three hitchhiking ghosts from Disneyland's Haunted Mansion in a stacked tiki totem design - Ezra (the skeleton), Phineas (the traveler), and Guss (the prisoner), complete with his ball and chain. It has a hand-wiped green finish over a natural glaze. The first edition was produced in a brown glaze. This 2017 second edition was produced in a green wipe glaze and 10,000 were issued with 2 per person per visit. Additionally, there were some misprints that although glazed in green say "Grog Grotto" on bottom instead of "Enchanted Tiki Bar" but difficult to tell how many. There is also a 2016 blue version and a 2017 red version that was produced for Trader Sam's Grog Grotto in Florida.
This is a mug shaped like a vertically leaping piranha with large sharp teeth. Designed and sculpted by Tim Wollweber (with Marcus Gonzalez). Used to serve the "Piranha Pool" cocktail which is described as "Strawberry Vodka blended with Pineapple Juice, Cream of Coconut, Strawberry Puree, and Blue Curacao." Released June 6th, 2018.
This is a light brown goblet-like mug with a smiling Tiki face on the front. The mug replaced the previous glass of the same design that had a slightly bluish green tinge to it, like an old Coca Cola bottle. In turn, it was replaced by a new color glaze edition, black with green highlights.
This is a mug shaped like a Tiki with diamond (rhinestone) eyes on front and a Tiki holding a diamond on back. Given out at the 60th Anniversary Celebration Tahitian Terrace Diamond Luau. Mug design by Marcus Gonzalez. Available in two different glazes, a mottled dark blue version and this, light blue version. The light blue one was limited to one per ticket holder for the event and came in the swag bag. The mottled dark blue one was available for open sale during the event and afterwards at Trader Sam's. The artist was available at the event to sign mugs in silver pen.
This is a goblet-like glass with a smiling Tiki face on the front. The glass has a slightly bluish green tinge to it, like an old Coca Cola bottle. It was issued for the grand opening of Trader Sam's Grog Grotto at the Disney Polynesian Resort in Orlando, Florida. It somewhat resembles the traditional glass two-faced Tiki mugs used at Trader Sam's in California and other locations. The cocktail for this glass is described in the menu as: "Light and Dark Rums, Orange Curaçao, Orgeat (Almond) Syrup, Organic Agave Nectar and fresh Lime Juice."
This is a mug shaped like a shrunken zombie head with black stitches on eyes & mouth. Wipe-away green glaze finish that leaves green detailing but white on high points. Orange interior and bottom. Designed by Tim Wollweber. Used to serve the Shrunken Zombie Head cocktail on the Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar menu, made with "reserve and aged rums, tropical juices, falernum and cinnamon".
This is a bowl supported by four Tikis. Straw holes in rim of bowl and well reservoirs at top of each Tiki for flaming overproof rum. 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. A second Uh Oa! bowl was released in 2014 with a very different design, marked "2nd Edition."
This is a fogcutter shaped mug with Tikis trying to escape the lava coming over the rim. Brown exterior glaze with orange interior glaze spilling out over rim. Used to serve the Krakatoa Punch cocktail on their menu, made with "Reserve and Spiced Rums, Tropical Juices, Orgeat, Sam's Gorilla Grog, and Hibiscus Grenadine". The second edition of this mug is marked "2nd Edition" and has a brown wipe glaze as opposed to all brown on the exterior.
A large Crocodile shaped Tiki mug inspired by the carved Crocodile boat prows in Papua New Guinea. It features a unique shape and cowrie shell eyes and ornamentation.
This is a loball glass featuring artwork by Tiki tOny and marked "UnderTow" on a driftwood plaque. The glass is printed on both sides in blue. It features an elaborate scene with a sea captain looking through a spy glass at a wrecked ship while riding a giant dodo. A skull, volcano, rum barrel, fish float, and Tiki also take part. Glass comes in 3 different colors: blue, green, or orange. This is the blue version.
This is a loball glass featuring artwork by Tiki tOny and marked "UnderTow" on a driftwood plaque. The glass is printed on both sides in green. It features an elaborate scene with a sea captain looking through a spy glass at a wrecked ship while riding a giant dodo. A skull, volcano, rum barrel, fish float, and Tiki also take part. Glass comes in 3 different colors: blue, green, or orange. This is the green version.
This is a loball glass featuring artwork by Tiki tOny and marked "UnderTow" on a driftwood plaque. The glass is printed on both sides in 24 karat gold with a blue detailing (black detailing on other three color-ways of this glass design). It features an elaborate scene with a sea captain looking through a spy glass at a wrecked ship while riding a giant dodo. A skull, volcano, rum barrel, fish float, and Tiki also take part. Glass comes in 3 different regular edition colors: blue, green, or orange. This, however, is the limited edition 24 karat gold version.
This is a loball glass featuring artwork by Tiki tOny and marked "UnderTow" on a driftwood plaque. The glass is printed on both sides in orange. It features an elaborate scene with a sea captain looking through a spy glass at a wrecked ship while riding a giant dodo. A skull, volcano, rum barrel, fish float, and Tiki also take part. Glass comes in 3 different colors: blue, green, or orange. This is the orange version.
A mug shaped like a "suito" Japanese drinking gourd but carved in a Marquesan style. It can be used as a flask (comes with a cork). The color is dark gold and brown. The figure is holding an asian coin in a patinaed green color. Pre-release was on 9/25/17 for the TiKi AZ group with public sales officially starting on 9/26/17. Only available at UnderTow.
This is a mug shaped like a tattooed monkey. He is sitting with his arms around his knees and has jade green tiki head earrings in each ear. His tail wraps around in a spiral in back.
A mug shaped like a panther skull.
This is a mug shaped like a skull with no lower jaw and an octopus inside -- tentacles streaming from the mouth cavity and one lazy eye staring from the right eye socket.
Crustaceans cover the rest of the skull, marked "Strong Water Anaheim" on reverse.
These sold out online on 03/15/2021 and the Doug Horne scheduled signing was 3/18/21 from 5-8 PM.
This is a mug shaped like a seahorse. It was also made in a blue, "red", and a green version through the Munktiki Imports line. The Munktiki Imports versions are smaller than the original seahorse mugs produced in a LTD and SLTD by Munktiki.
This mug is shaped like a wooden Tiki head with an angular figure eight shaped mouth lined with teeth. The mug was designed by Dane Danner and based on the Tiki behind the bar carved by Bosko Hrnjak. Glazed in tan and produced/manufactured by Munktiki Imports. Released during Tiki Oasis 2018 along with the orange version.
Dating back to the 12th or 13th century, located in Angkor Thom, the faces of the Khmer temple in Cambodia have long watched over adventurers and explorers. Trader Brandon designed this mug to look like the replica stone face located in Disneyland's Jungle Cruise ride. Available in two glaze colors: green (directly from Trader Brandon's web page) and brown/tan (from Kon Tiki Tucson). Produced by Munktiki Imports.
This mug from the Black Lagoon Room depicts an Orange tentacled creature poking out of the top of a common Chinese Food takeout carton. The mug has a lid designed to garnish with chopsticks. The first edition of this mug was available in a "Spicy" (Orange) or "Mild" (Green) color option. It was announced the second edition would be available in an "Extra Spicy" (Red) and "Leftovers" (Blue)
Designed by B-Rex (Brian Rechenmacher) and manufactured by Munktiki Imports. This mug features one of B-Rex's tiki faces as mask on the from of the mug cup. Also came in a Green coloration.
Designed by B-Rex (Brian Rechenmacher) and manufactured by Munktiki Imports. This mug features one of B-Rex's tiki faces as mask on the from of the mug cup. Also came in Blue coloration.
A mug shaped like a sea captain long dead and now a skeleton but still wearing his hat, an eyepatch, and uniform encrusted with barnacles and seaweed...with an eel sliding around his front and a crab on his back! The Captain is Dead Man’s Isle’s mascot and this mug is for the bar's signature drink. The mug comes in three color variants: Ghostly Blue with Hand Paint, Green Seaweed Slime Wash, and Porcelain white (whose translucence allows for colored LED ice cubes to give the mug a ghostly appearance).
This mug was sculpted by Kirby and manufactured by Munktiki Imports. The original Big Mo is the Moai carving just within the front door of the Tonga Hut. The mug is a faithful replica. The back of the mug reads "Tonga Hut" in vertical letters and gives the opening date of the bar, "1958." This blue wipe version and a beige version were both manufactured by Munktiki Imports in 2018, marking a shift in manufacturing from the earlier versions by Taboo Island, and released during Tonga Hut's 60th Anniversary.
This is a mug shaped like a poi pounder with a Tiki face and a rounded bottom. Glaze color varies.
This is a mug shaped like a poi pounder with a Tiki face and a rounded bottom. It has a matte black exterior and was available in two different colors of interior glaze (half in brown basalt and half in orange satin).
A coconut mug with a skull-like face. This is an open issue design that will be released in limited glaze editions. The "Vintage Wood" is the first glaze edition of this design.
The first edition of Meanie Moby was limited to 50 numbered mugs, in 4 different colors: 20 sea blue whales, 15 violet grey whales, 10 sunset pink whales, and 5 mystery whales (Each of the five had 24k gold decals and the decals varied slightly between each of the five). This second, Sea Salt Edition, features a ghost white cetacean sporting a bevy of black nautical tattoos hes picked up while scouring the seas for his peg-legged adversary. Red eyes. Premiered Sunday, August 18th, 2019.
Take a deep draught from the Monkey Cup, adventurer - you have crossed many miles of jungle to get here, and this elixir is your reward!
Discovered deep within the rainforests of VanTiki Island, this ancient chalice sports the skull of an extinct and heretofore unknown monkey. When sipping from this ancient vessel, you are sure to note the curious rattle emanating from the simian cranium. Locals say the sound is the rustling spirits of those who drank too deeply from the chalice. Others posit that a small forest spirit has been trapped within the bone by a long dead kahuna. Adventurer, we leave it to you to find out the true source of the sound. I imagine it will take plenty of, ahem, intoxicating research.
The Monkey Cup stands 4.5 inches tall, and the upper bowl is 5.5 inches in diameter. It will hold just shy of 12 ounces of fluid. This musical mug has several ceramic beads cunningly tucked into the skull chamber, and emits a rattle when used. Made entirely by us, by hand, in our Eugene Oregon studio using only food safe glazes. Marked with the edition number on the base.
This mug was produced by VanTiki in April 2020. VanTiki's Description: "This curious cocktail container is modeled after the most unique of all the pounders of Polynesia: the ring pounder, or pohaku puka ku’i poi, found only on the island of Kauai. This traditional tool is used to mash taro root into poi - and its puka (Hawaiian for hole) allows two hands to easily lift the stone implement. Scaled to match the stone artifacts in the Bishop Museum collection.
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This is a mug shaped like a tattooed skull perched upon a tortoise.
The name for this design was inspired by a song performed by Iggy Pop off of his 1977 album “Lust for Life”… the song title… “The Passenger”.
This is a mug shaped like a cannon. It comes with its own firing stand. Mug portion is 4.5" tall. Stand is 4" wide. Has a verdigris bronze glaze finish. Used to serve the "Smoking Cannon" cocktail which includes bourbon, Barbados rum, sherry, pineapple, bitters, and cinnamon smoke.
A dark brown full-body Ku style Tiki standing atop a block. Created by Danny Tiki Diablo Gallardo, for the opening of UnderTow in Phoenix, AZ. Released on 12/21/2016 through an internet sign-up (20 sold/reserved per day with pick up at bar) with the remainder put up for sale starting in January 2017 at the bar.
A mug shaped like a jungle bird's skull with orange beak. There is a black beaked version as well.