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I enjoy crafting Tiki cocktails with all kinds of flavour combinations, as they are vibrant, fresh and fruity. Tiki cocktails are often served over crushed ice, which makes them ice cold and refreshing.

I absolutely love to experiment with Tiki garnish. The term “less-is-more” should not be used whilst garnishing a tiki cocktail. Go wild, have fun and enjoy!

You can use all kinds of spirits for your Tiki cocktails, however Rum is obviously the most used base spirit. In this post, I will display some Tiki recipes with different spirits.


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Tiki cocktails

Tiki cocktails - Thikey
Thikey

50 ml whiskey
30 ml fresh organic lime juice
20 ml whiskey liqueur
20 ml homemade pink grapefruit syrup
Dash abbotts bitters

Method: Shake with crushed ice & pour into a chilled glass topped with more crushed ice
Garnish: Lime peel, dehydrated grapefruit and cinamon stick

Tiki cocktails - Mexican pool
Mexican Pool

60 ml tequila blanco
30 ml fresh organic lime juice
15 ml falernum
15 ml blue curacao
Dash grapefruit bitters

Method: Blend with ice & pour into a chilled glass
Garnish: Dehydrated lime & mint

Tiki cocktails - Contiki
Contiki

60 ml cognac
30 ml fresh organic lime juice
20 ml orgeat
15 ml falernum
Angostura bitters (floated)

Method: Shake with crushed ice & pour into a chilled glass, top with more crushed ice
Garnish: Lime peel, toasted coconut and dehydrated pitahaya

Tiki cocktails - Thunderstorm
Thunderstorm

70 ml rum Bonpland XO
30 ml fresh organic lime juice
20 ml cointreau
15 ml pink grapefruit syrup homemade
10 ml passionfruit syrup
Angostura bitters (floated)

Method: Shake with crushed ice & pour into a chilled glass, top with more crushed ice
Garnish: Dehydrated grapefruit, dehydrated orange & lemon balm

Have you tried to make tiki cocktails with other spirits than rum?

Tell me about your experiences in the comments below.

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