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. There were locations in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Victoria, Regina and Winnipeg. The picks do not indicate any location.
Skull that looks like a jack-o-lantern It has a flaming crown and bones holding a shovel. This swizzle glows in the dark. This version is longer and narrower than their other version.
Swizzle features a "K" created using a tiki and foliage.
This version of the South Pacific paddle has logo artwork on the front side and no art on the back side. The tip of the paddle end is more rounded than other versions. The "T" in the logo text is shaped like a tree. The "i"s are shaped like a curved arrow or spear.
The House Without a Key is a novel that was written in 1925 by Earl Derr Biggers -- the first of the Charlie Chan mysteries. But it is also a real life place in Waikiki. The Halekulani hotel and its House Without A Key restaurant/bar began its life in 1907 as the Hau Tree Residential Hotel, a relatively modest establishment with a beachfront house and five bungalows. By the 1980s, the Halekulani hotel had grown, but the skyrocketing costs of Waikiki beachfront property made such a small resort impractical so it was sold to Japan’s Mitsui Corporation, which then created the “new” Halekulani around the old grounds and original building, with 453 elegant new rooms, updating it into a modern resort.
This swizzle features a couple under a palm tree and a curved stem with the Castaways logo.
The Castaways Resort was located in Florida from 1958 - 1981. The resort was home to the Wreck Bar and the Tahitian Bar. Over the course of their existence the created a prolific amount of swizzles for the resort and individual bars as well as combinations.
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.