Swizzle Sticks

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    Shangri-La, Tiki Bar & Restaurant - Turquoise

    Vintage swizzle from Shangri-La, Chicago which is now closed. This swizzle was produced in multiple colors.

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    The Bamboo Club Boozin' Baboon Swizzle - Green

    This is a green plastic swizzle featuring the Boozin' Baboon design by Doug Horne that was previously issued in mug form. There was also a matching yellow version produced at the same time. They were supposed to arrive in time for the release of the Second Edition Boozin' Baboon Mug (Green Glaze) but weren't ready till a little later.

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    The Bamboo Club Boozin' Baboon Swizzle - Yellow

    This is a yellow plastic swizzle featuring the Boozin' Baboon design by Doug Horne that was previously issued in mug form. There was also a matching green version produced at the same time. They were supposed to arrive in time for the release of the Second Edition Boozin' Baboon Mug (Green Glaze) but weren't ready till a little later.

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    Pub Tiki, Tiki Bar and Restaurant - Turquoise

    Pub Tiki had "1-1/2" incorporated into its logo tiki. The reason for this is unclear. There were other restaurants in this "Pub" chain, but this was the only Polynesian themed location. This swizzle shows the logo.

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    Brian Kesinger, Author - Green

    This is Victoria, a character in the book "Walking Your Octopus".

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    Brian Kesinger, Author - Purple

    This is Otto, the octopus from the book "Walking Your Octopus".

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    Air New Zealand, Airline - Teal

    This swizzle sports a Maori Hei tiki. Air New Zealand originated in 1940 as Tasman Empire Airways Limited (TEAL). The name was changed to Air New Zealand in 1965. The airline has produced many different swizzles and picks over it's history - Maori Hei tiki, kiwi bird, logo and images of landmarks.

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    Air New Zealand, Airline - Turquoise

    This swizzle sports a Maori Hei tiki. Air New Zealand originated in 1940 as Tasman Empire Airways Limited (TEAL). The name was changed to Air New Zealand in 1965. The airline has produced many different swizzles and picks over it's history - Maori Hei tiki, kiwi bird, logo and images of landmarks.

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    Air New Zealand, Airline - Yellow

    Swizzle shaped like a paddle showing a landmark.

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    Hugman's Oasis, Tiki Bar - Brown / Beige

    Swizzle stick from Hugman's Oasis, downstairs tiki bar at House of Má, San Antonio, TX. The swizzle features 3 skulls impaled on a spear.

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    Generic Mermaid - Yellow

    Mermaid with arm extended and wind blown hair. It looks similar to the type of figure your might see on the bow of a ship.

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    Shangri-La Mermaid Room, Hotel and Lounge - Amber

    Mermaid topped swizzle that was custom imprinted for many establishments.