Smuggler s Cove Exotic Cocktails Rum and the Cult of Tiki Cate Martin Cate Rebecca

Smuggler s Cove Exotic Cocktails Rum and the Cult of Tiki Cate Martin Cate Rebecca
Smuggler s Cove Exotic Cocktails Rum and the Cult of Tiki Cate Martin Cate Rebecca

MARTIN CATE is a rum and exotic cocktail expert and the owner of Smuggler’s Cove in San Francisco. Smuggler’s Cove opened in and has been named one of the World’s Best Bars (Drinks International, , , , , and ), Best Bars on Earth (The Sunday Times, London), Top Ten Food and Beverage Concepts of the Last Years (Cheers Magazine), Most Influential Bars of the st Century (Liquor), and America’s Best Bars (Playboy, and Esquire, ). Smuggler’s Cove was also awarded Best American Cocktail Bar at the Tales of the Cocktail Spirited Awards. A member of the United States Bartenders Guild (USBG), Martin conducts educational seminars and adjudicates rum and cocktail competitions across the United States, Europe, and the Caribbean. In , along with partners Alex Smith and John Park, Martin opened Whitechapel in San Francisco to bring the same passion for history and craft to the world of gin. He is also the co-owner of Hale Pele in Portland and a partner in Lost Lake in Chicago and False Idol in San Diego. In , REBECCA CATE inadvertently fueled Martin’s madness famously uttering words (which she thought were a joke) about making a spare bedroom a home tiki bar. Since then, however, she too has been swept up in the tiki fantasia, first as an enthusiast, then helping Martin open and run Smuggler’s Cove, while juggling a full-time career as a research psychologist “on the side.â€� Rebecca earned her PhD in personality and social psychology from The University of California at Berkeley in , and has spent over a decade leading large-scale studies of behavioral health interventions as well as topics related to retirement and longevity. The opportunity to coauthor this has allowed what had been just a weekend and vacation escape to turn into a full-time journey. Excerpt. © Reprinted permission. All rights reserved. Part One An Invitation to Escape The Birth of Tiki The Golden Era The Tiki Revival Part Two Smuggler’s Cove The Modern Tiki Bar Creating the Space Curating the Experience Part Three The Spirit of Rum Rum Through the Ages Understanding Rum Part Four Exotic Cocktails Mystique and Technique The Theater of the Exotic Cocktail Eight Essential Exotic Elixirs Part Five Creating Paradise The Tiki Look and Feel The Tiki Party Epilogue The Heritage of Tiki House-Made Ingredients Resources Bibliography and Additional Reading A Few of My Favorite Tiki Spots The Tiki The word tiki originated in New Zealand and the Marquesas Islands, where it can refer to a carving of a first man, a god, or a symbol of procreation depending on which culture it originated from. But eventually, mainland Americans appropriated the word to describe any Polynesian carving with a largely human form, exaggerated features, and a menacing visage. What’s more, mainlanders started carving the tikis themselves, occasionally with an eye to their South Pacific origins, but more often with a “whimsical and naïve attitude toward another people’s extinct religion,â€� as historian Sven Kirsten puts it. These artists were inspired to add their own flair and style to the carvings. Thus was born a new kind of tiki whose provenance lay in many lands and imaginations, and would later become a tenet of Polynesian Pop.Halekulani CocktailOpen the door to paradise with this s treat from the famous House Without a Key on Waikiki Beach. ORIGIN House Without a Key lounge, Halekulani Hotel, Waikiki Beach, circa s SOURCE Beachbum Berry’s Sippin’ Safari, adapted Smuggler’s Cove GLASSWARE Chilled coupe â�„ ounce fresh lemon juice â�„ ounce fresh orange juice â�„ ounce pineapple juice â�„ ounce SC Demerara Syrup  â�„ teaspoon SC Grenadine  â�„ ounces bourbon dash Angostura bitters GARNISH Edible orchid Combine all the ingredients in a cocktail shaker with cracked or cubed ice. Shake and double-strain into a chilled coupe and garnish with an edible orchid on the edge of the glass.

 

Smuggler s Cove Exotic Cocktails Rum and the Cult of Tiki Cate Martin Cate Rebecca
Publisher: Ten Speed Press; Illustrated edition (June 7, 2016) 

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