Hand crafted in ceramic, these colourful and quintessentially Polynesian mugs depict everything that Tiki culture is about – tropical themes from the island nations of South East Asia. Thankfully our Tiki drinking vessels are made from ceramic and not from wood or bone as it is believed the original versions were – although they definitely didn’t call that Tiki.
The term Tiki came from an American man called Donn Beach who ran a restaurant called Don the Beachcomber and served 30 different drinks, in many different vessels although nothing like the Tiki mugs we recognise today – hollowed out coconuts and pineapples is as close as you would have got to what we recognise today.
These delicately crafted ceramic tiki mugs are our spotlight for the month! Spice up your Mai Tais with these unique mugs! Or put a spin into your Singapore Sling to make it yours ! Do visit us at our showroom @ PANDAN INDAH to take a look and experiment with the mugs yourself ! Contact us for more info or to get a quotation