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Tiki mug - Skull (700ml/1500ml)

Article number 2936G
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Tiki mug - Skull (700ml/1500ml)

Order No 2936G

1 Glas - Tiki Mug middle - Totenkopf, (700ml)

Order No: 2937
€6.57 excl. Tax, equates to €7.82 incl. Tax* €7.82 incl. Tax, equates to €6.57 excl. Tax*

1 Glass - Tiki Mug big - Skull, 16.5x14.7x15cm

Order No: 2936
€7.59 excl. Tax, equates to €9.04 incl. Tax* €9.04 incl. Tax, equates to €7.59 excl. Tax*
Volume: 700ml/1500ml
Width: 13,7cm/16,5cm
Depth: 11,5cm/14,7cm
Height: 11,5cm/15,0cm
We complement our product line with two mugs in a shape of a skull whereby both sizes are made of transparent glass.
This wide Tiki mug is made of clear glass and is available in two different sizes. It appearance is based on a skull and as it seems to be smiling. The mug stands stable on the table. Further the rim is even and slightly rounded off. Use this skull Tiki mug for creepy cocktails like the Zombie (check out the recipe downwards). Moreover we recommend you this mug to Halloween partys, for classic Tiki bars and for further gastronomic establishments as well as for your private house bar. Your guests will be surprised!

  • 1 1/2 oz Golden Rum
  • 1 oz Dark Rum
  • 1 1/2 oz Pineapple Juice
  • 1 1/2 oz Pink Grapefruit Juice
  • 2 tspn fine sugar
  • 1 tblspn Lime Juice
  • 1/2 tspn Grenadine
  • 3 tspns Passionfruit Syrup
  • 1 tspn 151 Rum
    Shake all ingredients with ice cubes except 151 Rum and pour the drink in the transparent skull mug filled with ice cubes. Float the 151 Rum over it and garnish the Zombie cocktail with mint and fruits out.

    The golden age of Tiki was from the mid 1950s to the mid 1970s. It was the most strongest phenemonen in American pop culture because it became realised and visible in several areas. Whether music, anthropology, architecture, the fashion, the food, art or drinks, all get influenced by this Tiki culture. Therefore the Tiki culture spreaded out and touched the younger and the younger at heart likewise. America had a romantic relationship to this old Polynesian culture.

    Western explorers named the wooden or stone figurs across the South Pacific "Tiki". The Amercan fast and easily adapted the Tiki culture because the population were looking for distraction from the Cold War, rat-race, the Atomic Age and the past world war two America. The Tiki culture become stronger and a tropical feeling touched the towns and cities of the US. Polynesia was the incarnation of the real Garden Eden. Jean Jacques Rousseau said that the real simple, natural and uncivilized human being is the ideal. The legend of the Polynesian Garden of Eden was born.

    In the 1920s the "Hula Girl" became the dominant symbol of men´s realized dreams: passion, warmth, sex and uncomplicated love. Men liked this "Hula Girl" very much because it is the total opposite to war, fight and death. Therefore bowling alleys, restaurants, bars, apartments and hotels were build after the Tiki culture´s idea of Polynesian simplyness and escapism.
    The main symbols and main trends were:
    - the "Hula Girl"
    - the rum cocktail; especially after the prohibition, fruity and tropical rum cocktails were famous
    - in the late 1950s the ancient Hawaiian sport "surfing" became popular
    - the Polynesian gods, the so called "Tikis"
    So the modern America combined its own imagination of ancient exotic culture with its own culture. The launch of the today well known Tiki mug completed the whole Tiki culture during the 1950s. But no one knows when and where these, so called Tiki mugs were designed and firstly appeared.

  • Customerquestions to Tiki mug - Skull (700ml/1500ml)

    Customer: a customer at 7/13/2017 3:19 AM
    Question: Do you ship to the United States? I also need a bulk order of 50. Is that possible?
    Our answer: Yes, we do.
    Customer: a customer at 3/13/2015 4:38 PM
    Question: Sind diese Gläse spülmaschinen geeignet!
    Our answer: Ja, dieser Tiki-Becher (Art.Nr. 2937&2936) ist spülmaschinengeeignet

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