Doug combined inspiration from Witco hanging lamps and antique Asian lanterns into a unique drinking vessel that literally glows from within. Each mug comes with an LED light in its base and an LED ice cube to light up your drink. Marquesan inspired etchings grace the sides of the mug which is glazed in chocolate brown with a hand-painted copper green patina and has a real bamboo handle attached. There is also a first edition that was glazed in jade green.
This is a mug shaped like a cannon. It comes with its own firing stand made of bluish resin. Mug portion is 4.5" tall. Stand is 4" wide. Has an orange glaze wash finish. Used to serve the "Smoking Cannon" cocktail which includes bourbon, Barbados rum, sherry, pineapple, bitters, and cinnamon smoke. There are two versions of this edition. The previous version 1 has a brown firing stand and the cannon is lighter brown with a less orange wash (first 50 of edition). This version 2 has a bluish stand and the cannon is darker brown with a more orange wash (#51-150 of edition). Version 2 was released on November 19, 2018.
A mug shaped like Captain Mallory peering through a scope as he kneels on a rum barrel nearby a monkey and tiki. Designed by Doug Horne and sculpted by Patrick Vassar. This mug is easily mistaken for a statuette from the front as it avoids the cylindrical form of most mugs and has pass-throughs under the arm and leg of the Captain.
This is a mug shaped like a navy blue sea urchin. Designed by Shelby Allison (wife of owner Paul McGee) and Holden Westland of Tiki Farm. This is the fourth edition of this design, glazed in navy blue.
This white hiball with painted details was designed by Dirk Vermin and manufactured by Tiki Farm for Frankie's Tiki Room in Las Vegas, NV. The front of the mug features a topless four-armed wahine in a grass skirt holding a drink in one hand, a shrunken head in another hand. A third hand is on her head and the fourth is on her hip. The back of the mug has a tiki with a palm trees coming out of it with skulls where coconuts would normally be.
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 brown bowl was designed by Kevin Kidney and Jody Daily for the 50th Anniversary of the Enchanted Tiki at Disneyland. The tiki is based on Rongo who resides in the garden area of the Enchanted Tiki Room and was originally designed by Rolly Crump. Rongo is sitting on a small base with a leaf covered bowl perched atop his head. The bowl has two small tikis on the sides of the rim. This version is in a glossy light brown wipe-away glaze and the top rim is not flat, but stretched and elongated. Made of stoneware. This is an open edition.
This is a fogcutter shaped mug with Tikis trying to escape the lava coming over the rim. Brown wipe-away 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". This second edition of the mug (released 08/25/2014) is marked "2nd Edition" and has a brown wipe glaze as opposed to the all gloss brown exterior on the 1st Edition.
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 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 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 -- this mottled dark blue version and a 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 skull-like Tiki is inspired by the celebrations for Day of the Dead. First version was glazed in pale yellow with some wipe away on high points of brow, eyes, and teeth. This was quickly followed up with an orange and green version as well. Back features a spiral designed skull and cross-bones. Día de Muertos begins October 31 and ends November 1. Made in China by Munktiki Imports.
This is a mug shaped like a man's severed left foot covered with Tahitian tattoos. It is marked for The Reef (Caliente Tropics) in Palm Springs. It has a matte wipe glaze on exterior leaving an antiqued beige/brown finish with darker brown in recesses. Interior is red. Left side features a sea turtle tattoo and right side features a round Tahitian Tiki face, among other designs. 10% (17) have red toenails.
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 fogcutter shaped mug with Tikis trying to escape the lava coming over the rim. Blackish/dark brown wipe-away exterior glaze leaving an overall beige appearance with yellow 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". This third edition of the mug (released 08/2017) is marked "3rd Edition" and has a yellow lava glaze as opposed to the orange lava on previous editions.
This is a brown mug shaped like a large rum barrel whose interior is a volcano that is spilling over with red lava down the side. Matte finished green leaves and glossy brown wood with black hoops. Consortium Holdings designer, Dane Danner (Trader Dane), created this mug design.
This is a round pearl shaped cup made of black plastic, marked "Trader Sam's" on side. It was issued for the grand opening of Trader Sam's Grog Grotto at the Disney Polynesian Resort in Orlando, Florida. When the Polynesian Pearl Cocktail is ordered (described as containing RumChata Cream Liqueur, Grand Marnier, and Cinnamon with Tropical Juices), a large glowing clam shell behind the bar lights up and opens as the bartenders grab a pearl to fill. One out of every 100 pearls is a black pearl, and the rest are white.
This red coral wipe-away glaze mug with black stitches is shaped like a slightly slumpy monster tiki, with bulging eyes, skeletal hands, and a bared grin full of teeth. Mug reads: "Frankie's Tiki Room Las Vegas" on back. The mug was designed by Big Toe and produced by Tiki Farm. It bears no resemblance to the first Frankie's Tiki Room Lava Letch mug, which was designed by Von Franco. This is the third standard edition color-way produced of this design (not including custom colored versions sold by the artist).
This is a mug shaped like a Lono Tiki from the chest up. Marked for the 3rd Anniversary of Bootlegger Tiki in Palm Springs, CA. It is done in a hip-hop style and the tiki has a gold teeth "grill" in front and a gold necklace featuring a small Tiki head pendant.
This ceramic mug looks like a mother elephant and her baby as might be seen while cruising the classic Jungle Cruise attraction during the popular "Jingle Cruise" Holiday Season, with the mother elephant sporting a Santa hat on her head and holiday lights draped over her body. As Tiki Farm's Art Director, THOR was part of a team that produced this piece, although not the sole artist involved. There is also a brown version for the Florida Trader Sam's Grog Grotto location.
This is a lidded skull mug, with the lid shaped like a pineapple top, marked for The Grass Skirt bar in Pacific Beach, CA. It is glazed in a turquoise blue with yellow and green pineapple top.
This mug by Joe Vitale and produced by Tiki Farm was inspired by Joe's earlier collaboration, "I Dream of Tiki" with its genie bottle shape. This mug has a much larger face, wood grain, and large round eyes with round pupils which are echoed by a series of dots encircling the top rim.
This is a rum barrel shaped mug with wood-grained slats, a riveted metal band at top and bottom, and a toucan perched on the side forming a handle. Online pre-order shipping August 2018.
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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.
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.
This mug was specially produced for the Halloween 2016 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 black finish over a natural glaze. There appear to be at least two slight variants, one with more of a brownish black glaze and one with a more brown glaze. This first edition was produced in a limited edition of 2500 pieces. A 2017 second edition was produced in a green wipe glaze. 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 brown mug shaped like a standing Tiki with brow line covering eyes and an open grimacing mouth lined with teeth. Manufactured by Tiki Farm for The High Roller Tiki Lounge in Solvang, CA. The High Roller Tiki Lounge is located in the back of the Sort This Out Cellars tasting room. This "Woodgrain Ku" is a customizable design not exclusive to a single locale.
Pearl-shaped mug resting on a half clamshell with barnacles. Pearl and shell are one piece. It is marked for The Reef (Caliente Tropics) in Palm Springs. The pearl itself is a gloss black and the clamshell is white.
This is a mug shaped like a saguaro cactus with a classic Tiki Bob face. The mug is mostly green except for the white face. It has two "arms". Released on 9/28/17 at Counter Intuitive (sister bar to UnderTow) in Scottsdale, AZ. Only available for purchase at the premises.
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 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.
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 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 drink vessel shaped like the Nautilus submarine featured in Jules Verne's novels, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea (1870) and The Mysterious Island (1874). It measures 6" high by 14.5" long by 5.75" wide. The Nautilus Cocktail includes Barbancourt Pango Rum, Appleton Estate Reserve Rum, Combier's Crème de Pêche De Vigne, Tropical Juices, and Falernum. The second edition of this design was released in December 2017 in a lighter/tanner brown glaze than the first edition.
This is a 3-sided bowl supported by Tiki drums. it has the Monkey Tiki Drummers and the central figure from The Enchanted Tiki Room on the sides of the bowl. Brown glazed interior and exterior. Designed and sculpted by Tim Wollweber (with Marcus Gonzalez). Released June 6th, 2018. Used to serve the Uh-Oa! cocktail which was previously served in the Uh-Oa! Bowl. The cocktail is described as containing "light and dark rums, orange, passion fruit, guava, pineapple and grapefruit juices, falernum, cinnamon and freshly squeezed lime juice."
This is a mug shaped like a classic Kane Tiki. Features a red wipe-away glaze. Marked for Bootlegger Tiki in Palm Springs, CA.
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.
Based on a Coco Joe's resin & "lava" Lono tiki figure, this mug replaces part of the headdress with an old fashioned microphone. The black "Lava" version was released for the 100th episode celebration of the Desert Oasis Room held at the Tiki-Ti. Sculpt by Patrick Vassar. A brown "HapaWood" (Half Wood) version with black chrome microphone was released afterwards in a smaller edition of 50 pieces. This version, as an artist proof, varies and is unique in color and decoration.
This is a mug shaped like the Hatbox Ghost from the Haunted Mansion attraction, holding an empty hatbox. There is a reverse version of this mug with the ghost's skeletal head inside the hatbox and a vacant space under the hat that was issued for Trader Sam's Grog Grotto in Florida. Both versions are white with a wash wipe-away glaze to pick out sculptural details. This version is bone with a brown wash. Inside is brown.
This is a mug shaped like the Hatbox Ghost from the Haunted Mansion attraction, holding its skeletal head in a hatbox. The ghost has a vacant space beneath its actual hat. There is a reverse version of this mug with an empty hatbox and the head in place under the hat that was issued for Trader Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar in California. Both versions are white with a wash wipe-away glaze to pick out sculptural details. This version is white with black wash. Inside is black.
This is a mug shaped like the monkey tiki drummer from Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room. Designed by Tiki tOny and manufactured by Tiki Diablo. Issued in two colors, this brown version and a blue version. These mugs were pre-ordered and sold online before being manufactured and shipped out in several batches as they were completed.
This is a mug shaped like the monkey tiki drummer from Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room. Designed by Tiki tOny and manufactured by Tiki Diablo. Issued in two colors, this blue version and a brown version. These mugs were pre-ordered and sold online before being manufactured and shipped out in several batches as they were completed.
This mid-century modern coconut mug features a wrap-around atomic pattern and is glazed in a gloss cyan blue on the outside with a white interior glaze. Comes in a custom collectors box with an original drink recipe card and cocktail ornaments. Manufactured by Munktiki Imports.
This is a hiball mug featuring a Papua New Guinea style tiki faced shield on one side that has a second small tiki that forms the nose of the mask. On the other side, the smaller figure is carrying the mask like a surfboard. Designed by Marcus Gonzalez with sculpt by Tim Wollweber. The drink it serves is called "The Tangaroa Cooler" and features Hendrick's gin, orgeat, falernum, Angostura bitters, and juices of grapefruit and lemon.
Whack-Whak the grumpy headhunter has tiny round eyes and a lined face. He stands amidst a pile of skulls, dressed only in a loincloth, and holds a gold glazed bottle opener. This is the second glaze rendition of this design. It was made and branded for Three Dots and a Dash. It is listed in their menu to serve the "Strip & Go Naked" cocktail which includes London Dry Gin, Passion Fruit, Tangerine, Lemon, and Pale Ale.
This is a mug shaped like an orange-billed toucan perched atop a jungle ruin with Mayan/Olmec stone heads, a tree stump, and jungle vines below it. There are two distinct versions. Version 1 is known as the glossy version, which has the standard colors and is numbered # 1-200. Version 2 (which says v2 on the box) is known as the matte version and has different colors numbered # 201-250.
A mug shaped like King Kamehameha from waist up with arms crossed and wearing a red cape held with Ku Tiki pendant in front and a red headdress. High-fired stoneware made in the USA. Manufactured by Eekum Bookum (John and Janet Mulder). Numbered on bottom and only available at event which was restricted to 600 people.