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Getting the island vibe in your home is easier then moving to Hawaii with Prince of Scots Premium Barware. Create your own vacation paradise with Mid-Century Tiki Bar Experience you and your friends. The History of Tike can be traced to a man named “Don the Beachcomber”. Don traveled to the Polynesian Islands of the South Pacific and the Caribbean discovering Island-Style fruity drinks paired with Chinese food. The timing was perfect as prohibition ended in 1933 and Don opened a bar in Hollywood called "Don's Beachcomber". Trader Vics quickly followed which spread the popularity around the United States. The Tropical Themed Bars is where Tiki culture was born. Inspired by the art, style, and attitudes of Polynesia was fueled the postwar America. Tiki items added a subtle yet interesting bit of...
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Some say the mint julep was a medicinal drink enjoyed in the morning hours while others claim the mint julep was the cocktail of choice of the privilege classes which originated in the 18th Century. Make an Old Classic Modern with 5 Great Mint Julep Recipes!