Don’t expect a glass of fruit juice. We take the classic from Trader Vic’s and add a float of black rum.
Three kinds of rum and a hint of absinthe, with a blend of fruits and spices. No wonder the original menu had a warning. “No more than 2.”
Famously refreshing. We keep it classic with London dry gin, Benedictine and Cherry Herring.
Tropical fresh pineapple, blended with lime, honey, Demerara, Jamaican and overproof rums.
Try it in a fresh pineapple........$6
Our first signature cocktail. House-infused coconut overproof rum, rhum agricole, blended with our coconut syrup, house dram, lime and of course a black rum float. Served on FIRE.
Dates back to pre-prohibition. Our version has aged Jamaican rum, a blend of fresh citrus, rich Demerara syrup and a touch of absinthe.
Bourbon lovers not to be left out - from the Halekulani Hotel in the 1930’s comes this tropical cocktail with a blend of Knob Creek, lemon, orange and pineapple juices.
This classic is a balance of black rum, passion fruit and lemon.
3 oz of Jamaican aged rum, our house allspice dram and lime. This cocktail does pack a punch.
London dry gin with citrus, passionfruit, velvet falernum and our house Orgeat - surprisingly refreshing.
This 1970’s classic is not sweet. Campari, black rum, pineapple and lime juice. Well balanced and delicious.
Blended aged rum with passionfruit, orange and lime. This fruit-forward cocktail is one of the staff favorites.
Fresh strawberries, coconut cream and pineapple balanced with a Rhum Agricole base.
A fun and fruity mix of pineapple, orange, house coconut cream and a bold navy rum.
Created during WWII by Donn Beach, the name is Morse code for “Victory.” Raise a glass.
Pot-still Jamaican rum layered with banana liqueur and cinnamon. We go ape for this one.