Louisiana native Ernest Raymond Beaumont Gantt opened a bar named Don the Beachcomber back in 1934 after being inspired by his travels in the South Pacific. The bar was a tropical-themed bar and restaurant in Hollywood, California, complete with flaming tiki torches and rattan furniture. The drinks menu was potent and rum centric.
The Honey Boy Tavern Tipple is a creation of Daniel Noble from the Ramblin Rascal Tavern in Sydney. Herbal Jagermeister compliments a dark rum which is then sweetened with honey syrup.
A riff on a classic Old Fashioned. Essentially a Rum Old Fashioned with a apple juice float. The Jamaican dark rum’s caramel notes play well with the tart freshly pressed apple juice.
First made popular in a New Orleans bar, Pat O’Briens, back in the 1940s. The drink was named after the glasses that the first drinks were served in (still known as the hurricane glass).