The Best Tiki Accessories Available on the Internet

Get crunk, island-style.

  • Get the fundamentals down with this vintage drink menu from the legendary tiki bar, Trader Vic's. Available at Ebay
  • And you can actually learn to make all those drinks using this book, which is basically the encyclopedia of tiki cocktails. Available at Amazon
  • These small-batch, bitters, inspired by the classic tiki ingredient falernum, will kick your island drinks to the next level. Available at Awesome Drinks
  • This voodoo tumbler is modeled after the original used to serve the Trader Vic's "Voodoo Grog" cocktail. Available at Ooga-Mooga
  • These tiki bar mugs have their own mini tiki bar to hang out at. Meta. Available at Amazon
  • Bamboo bar stools come in handy when you've had one-too-many pina coladas. Available at Ace Hardware Express
  • Stir your drink while you think about someone actually hand-making these shrunken-head swizzle sticks. Available at Etsy
  • Or mix your cocktail with this modern version of the classic swizzle stick. Available via The Swizzlestik
  • Personalize your bar with this chalkboard sign, emblazoned with a (probably drunk) parrot. Available at KegWorks
  • Dress up your tiki-themed affair with these festive lights. Available at KegWorks
  • Don't let the unsettling smiles fool you—these totem gods can be your friendly salt and pepper shakers. Available at Etsy
  • No tiki bar is complete without a tiki-head bubble machine. Available at Party City
  • Chill at the bar on this sculpted tiki stool. Available at Hayneedle.com
  • Make sure you're stocked up with this straight-from-the-source orgeat (almond syrup) for the perfect Mai Tai. Available at Trader Vic's
  • Colorful ceramic mugs to match all your fruity, tropical drinks. Available at World Market
  • Sip from this scorpion bowl while you ponder what the hell is holding it up. Available at Ebay
  • You can tell all your friends that this tiki mug is limited-edition vintage. Available at Liberty Vintage 4th Street
  • This tray will give drinks a tiki-style foundation at your bar. Available at Ebay
  • This tribal mask is an ideal addition to your tiki bar decor. Available at Aniika
  • Even though the tiki heads do not look impressed, your punch will look impressive in this scorpion bowl. Available at Ebay

Admit it. You’ve spent years dreaming of having your very own tiki bar, a mini oasis complete with flaming tropical drinks, shrunken heads, and Trader Vic’s paraphernalia for days. As temperatures dip and days spent drinking in the sun become a distant, it’s time to make that dream a reality. We’ve compiled a list of kitschy glassware, funky bitters, and other items that will help you crank up the island vibes.

Click through the gallery to see the accessories you’ll need to start building your tiki dream.

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