Entertaining

Shake Up These Tiki Drinks

How to make fresh cocktails with a tropical point of view.

Serve tiki drinks at your next party and guests will feel like they’re on vacation. Just ask Chad Austin, beverage director of Palm Spring’s new bar, Bootlegger Tiki. In this video, he shares two recipes for drinks that are dangerously tasty. Up first is The El Chapo, which combines mezcal, lime and pineapple juice with grenadine, honey syrup and chile liqueur. And then there’s The Kingslayer, made of two types of rum, Campari, lime and pineapple juices, as well as spices. Pour them in our tiki stacking glasses to really up the Aloha factor.

The El Chapo

Ingredients:
1.5 oz illegal Mezcal
.75 oz lime juice
1 oz pineapple juice
.5 oz grenadine
.5 oz honey syrup
.5 oz Ancho Reyes

Preparation:
Pour ingredients into a shaker. Fill with ice, then shake vigorously. Add tropical flowers for garnish.


King Slayer

Ingredients:
1 oz Atlantico Private Cask Solera rum
1 oz Smith & Cross Navy Strength rum
.75 oz Campari
.75 oz lime juice
1 oz pineapple juice
1 oz Donn’s Spices #1

Preparation:
Pour ingredients into a shaker. Fill with ice, then shake vigorously. Use strainer to discard ice; finish with a tropical flower.

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