Plastic drink sipper based on the chanting Tikis inside the Enchanted Tiki Room in Disneyland. These were distributed by the Dole stand out front and used to serve pineapple juice in. A limited number were made to celebrate the Enchanted Tiki Room's 50th Anniversary.
This is a stock green tiki mug from Dynasty, like the Orchids R-5. The design has a tiki with almond-shaped slanted eyes, and a small mouth full of jagged teeth. Zig zag design along top rim.
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.
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 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 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 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 the new version of Frankie's Tiki Room's Malekula mug, and it bears no resemblance to the earlier one. It is a black moai, including shoulders, with Frankie's Tiki Room on the back ("Frankie's" is in bright blue letters). The interior glaze is bright blue.
Common two-faced glass with smiling face on one side, angry on the other. This is the most common version, short and clear, without markings.
A squatting Tiki mug holding a drum in front and with a ribbed back that is intended to be used as a "guiro" musical instrument. This version is brun (brown) but there is also a grön (green) version. ÌXTAHUELE is a Swedish exotica band playing in the acoustic, original style of Martin Denny and Arthur Lyman. They come from Gothenburg; a damp, foggy harbor town that ever since its founding in the early 17th century has been an international melting pot and that has been associated with exotic, faraway destinations ever since the days of the East India Trading Companies.
This brown tiki mug was designed by Drew Brophy for Tiki Farm. Features a California surf take on Ku, with large grin and toes.
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 brown matte mug with recessed black glaze was manufactured for the Kona Club in Oakland, CA. The tiki is a full-body Ku with eyes that arch downwards and a wide smile and upturned chin. The body has an almost abstract wavy appearance.
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 matte brown and produced/manufactured by Munktiki Imports.
This is a standing, full-body Tiki Mug with a hand-wiped brown finish over natural glaze. Tiki has slitted eyes, a bow-shaped mouth, and clenched fists resting on legs in front.
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 large lidded rum barrel mug was produced by Munktiki Imports for Smuggler's Cove in San Francisco, CA. The barrel is brown with black bands. White lettering. Removable lid has straw hole in top.
This rum barrel mug was produced by Munktiki for Smuggler's Cove in San Francisco, CA. The barrel is light brown with four tan gloss bands. It reads "Smuggler's Cove" on the front in raised letters and "San Francisco" on the back.
Whereas the earlier Tiki Farm Goof Mug design was based on the artwork on the matchbook from Christian's Hut in Corona Del Mar, this more primitive-looking version is designed to resemble the actual Goof on the roof of the Bali Hai. The mug is shaped like a man's head with pointed teeth. He is grinning and wearing a tall headpiece that flares at the top. His hat, teeth and earrings are white, and his right eye and hat have red accents. This is the second version of the Primitive Goof and is an open edition to be sold at the Bali Hai restaurant. It differs from the previous version with its matte glaze and the addition of a gold tooth.
This is a mug shaped like the Jungle Cruise boat from Disneyland's Jungle Cruise ride. It features a Captain in front with some netting and fish floats hanging from the boat roof and a tiki mask in back. It serves 2-3 drinkers. Multicolored glaze with mostly brown but some yellow and green. White interior. Measures: 4.25"H X 4"W X 7.25"L. Sold as a pre-order online with later pick-up. Not numbered. Comes with drink card for the "Jeep Turnover" cocktail consisting of 2 oz Appleton Aged Rum, 1 oz Giffard Banana Liqueur, 3/4 oz fresh lime juice, 3/4 oz guava nectar, and 1/2 oz passion fruit syrup.
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.
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 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 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 is a mug shaped like a shrunken zombie head with black stitches on eyes & mouth. Mottled blue glaze. 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 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.
Common giveaway mug from Trader Vic's, a brown coconut with white interior, raised white letters saying "Aloha!" on the front, with raise white letters saying "Trader Vic's Since 1934" on the back.
This green glass with a gold metallic base was made by Imperial Glass Company for Trader Vic's. Morgantown Glass Company was occasionally contracted by Imperial Glass to produce these if their production line was at capacity. The glass has "BIG SHOT" embossed on the bottom and looks like a bullet casing. Was used for serving Gun Club Punch, today a ceramic version is used in the restaurants. This green colored glass was meant to match Winchester ammunition and it was also available in red glass to match Remington shells.
This Trader Vic's mug was used for serving the Samoan Fog Cutter. Mug is tall and wider at the top and bottom, sand colored, and shows a girl in a hula skirt, a girl playing a ukulele, and a reclining beach bum. Marked "Made only for Trader Vic's USA" on the bottom. Early versions may have been manufactured by Redwing Pottery. Later versions were made by Tiki Farm (starting in 2009) with same design and marking on bottom but with a "Made In China" sticker on bottom as well. The Tiki Farm versions are noticeably crisper when it comes to the glaze/paint details and the rum barrel is labeled "Trader Vic Fine Old Rum" in full on the barrel.
This mug is a reproduction of a vintage Trader Vic's item, and has a distinctive shape: straight sides on a ceramic loball come down to a jutted lip around the base. The sides are painted with colorful scenes of a man chasing (and eventually catching) a woman. This modern reproduction by Tiki Farm has a totally glazed bottom, the bottom on the vintage version is unglazed.
This simple tumbler is used by Trader Vic's for serving the classic Mai Tai. The glass is clear, with a white printed design inspired by tapa cloth. At the side of the design, "Trader Vic's" is in vertical letters.
This ubiquitous ku mug is wooden and has a handle. These were manufactured in the Phillipines and have a multitude of variations including proper names in the mouth.