A fun and fancy riff on the Mojito that takes advantage of fresh mint!
A two-ingredient cocktail...one of which is beer... that's both potent and potable for Memorial Day fun.
A biscuity IPA combines with aged rum to make this deeply complex summertime coupe.
A margarita made with rum? Sacrilege! This isn't your normal rum, though.
Don't let the name fool you; this punch is silky, not creamy, and the recipe dates back to the 1600s.
Fresh carrot juice, rum, sherry and... edible dirt?... make this kitschy Nordic Tiki drink.
Earthy, savory, and gorgeous, butternut squash puree lends a wintry note to this sour-style cocktail.
Halloween is the perfect time to get freaky with tiki cocktails. Make the Evil Headhunter for your party: one at a time, or in a batch!
Spice-forward and not as sweet, this is a tiki cocktail for the late summer and early fall.
The signature drink of Bourbon Street gets a makeover for Minneapolis' North Loop neighborhood.
This island classic is easy to make from scratch, and easy to make in a batch for a party.
This ice cream cocktail from the Hi-Lo Diner in Minneapolis will have you questioning whether you need to wait until the end of the meal for dessert.
Burnt rosemary and cinnamon add a firey flair to this Tiki cocktail.
Coconut, tequila, pineapple, and lemon meld into a mild, nutty, toasted-coconut island sipper.
Part of a series that paired cocktails and several popular Girl Scout Cookies, this is designed to enjoy with Lemonade cookies.
Part of a series that paired cocktails and several popular Girl Scout Cookies, this is designed to enjoy with Caramel Delites.
Featuring St. Paul-made spirits, this fun and fruity tiki-inspired drink will perk up your winter blahs.
If your only experience with rum is in a Rum & Coke, you're missing the history of the most varied spirit in the world.
What's with this tiki-drink thing, anyway?