As pool season approaches its time to get ready for one of the first big events of the year. Tiki Caliente 8 is May 12-15 in Palm Springs and this episode is our first of three featuring music, info and much more about this weekend long shindig. Starshine and Sunshine are sipping coffee/coconut infused rum while discussing their plans for the upcoming shenanigans of room parties and room crawls. Also, get some info on the upcoming LIVE recording of this podcast along with the Quiet Village podcast and TC host Rory Snyder at Don the Beachcomber on April 30th. And much more...
Join Sunshine and Starshine in the Zen Tiki Lounge for cocktails and shenanigans. While drinking Mexican Xanax and eating handfulls of nuts we take you on a journey to the island of Lesbos. Haven't been to Lesbos? Well its about time you went. If its good enough for the Pope its good enough for all of us.
Join us south of border for a tasty drink with a sleepy name. Mexican Xanax is sweet, smokey and intoxicating. Before settling in for a good nights rest we recommend stirring this up and sipping while you get in that last episode of Love Boat reruns or Fantasy Island. Theres no better way to relax.
After long days and grueling nights of pushing cookies on the throngs of shoppers at the local grocery store, this is what moms across America should be drinking when they finally get home. Finally a cocktail that really does taste like a Samoa cookie, not too sweet and just boozy enough.
We all dream of a tropical destination that isn't on any map and no one remembers how they got there. You may try to recall the exact longitude and latitude but this was a once in a lifetime trip. Memories are your only take back. Except for the quintessential island libation you were greeted with. Go back to the warm sandy shores and pristine waters with the Forbidden Atoll drink in your hand. Mildly sweet coconut and pineapple juices shaken with three rums and a hint of the elixir that only the green fairy could capture.
The Sea Slug comes to us from the shores of Brazil. Although no one has seen this elusive creature in over 40 years, it is said that drinking this beverage in its honor can cure illness and improve sexual stamina. We just like the refreshing creamy texture and sweet and sour combination of tropical juice and South American Cachaca. Enjoy the Sea Slug on the beach or in your favorite dark corner.