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    Bloodthorn Tavern - Purple in 1 collection

    This swizzle stick was produced to accompany the Mystic Libations book which combines fantasy roleplaying with tiki style cocktails. It came in either purple or green.

    From Trader Brandon's website: "Created by former Walt Disney Imagineer Brandon Kleyla, and writer/actor Todd Stashwick (12 Monkeys, Supernatural), Mystic Libations is a collection of over 100 delicious cocktail and mocktail recipes from mixologist Roy Hanzal (Trader Sam's). But there’s more! Also included are in-world stories, an original RPG adventure inspired by Brio and Torrey's adventures, plus an exclusively created player sub-class! This book is certain to conjure a delicious new experience for your game nights!"

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    The Toasted Coconut is an island-inspired restaurant and bar in Houston, Texas. This swizzle is a silhouette of a mermaid swimming. The only details are the scales on the mermaid's tail.

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    This swizzle features a skull and crossbones along with 2 shrunken heads which top a bamboo spear. The spear design complements the company's witch doctor figurine.

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    Brian Kesinger, Author - Purple in 5 collections

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

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    Created during the 2020 Corona pandemic to celebrate home tiki bars and the lack of toilet paper. They're the brainchild of Denise Sanders, raising money to support the bartenders of Lei Low and 4 Kahunas!

    This version features text in all caps.

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    This is a purple swizzle stick featuring the Shaka sign hand signal.

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    Generic Palm Tree - Purple in 2 collections

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    Generic Paddle - Purple in 1 collection

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    The Beachcomber was a Canadian chain of elaborate Polynesian restaurants in the same vein as other popular chains like Kon-Tiki, Don the Beachcomber and Trader Vic's. Aside from this Winnipeg location, there were also locations in Calgary, Vancouver, Regina, Victoria and Edmonton.