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By Sina Torner/ Last updated on October 9, 2022

First published onSeptember 30, 2022

Here's an overview of the best and most popular Tiki Cocktails. These tropical drinks will make you want to jump onto the next plane to the Caribbean in an instant.

Tiki Cocktails - or tropical cocktails as they should actually be called - did become a thing in the mid-1930s, when prohibition ended in the United States.

Since then, the fruity, sweet, Rum-based drinks have seen many ups and downs. -Mainly because the fruit juices make them excellent party drinks you can butcher with cheap spirits and overly sweet juices made from concentrate.

Plus, one of the evergreens in Tiki cocktails is grenadine - the bright red syrup made from pomegranates that has a bad reputation for being overly sweet and tasting artificial.

A good workaround is using homemade grenadine to maintain a more natural taste. If that's too laborious, go with quality syrup brands like Monin.

So, when you treat Tiki drinks with the same respect as you make an Old Fashioned, Negroni, and the other refined cocktail classics, you get some seriously delicious summer drinks.

Tiki Cocktails - the Basics

Tiki Cocktails are a bit difficult to define because they sprung from a fantasy of one - and later of two- individuals. So, unlike the name suggests, there's no actual cultural background behind the concept.

It's more a term that includes all sorts of drinks featuring tropical ingredients and radiating a beach vacation mood. That is also why there's a constant debate on which cocktail is Tiki and which is not.

The obvious way to look at it is to check which recipes were invented by the two Tiki legends Donn Beach and Trader Vic.

However, that would require you to know their recipe books in and out. And it would exclude modern recipes, as well.

So, it's easier to define a cocktail as Tiki by looking at its ingredients: They all have Rum, lime or lime juice, and sugar as the base.

There are exceptions, though. A Rum Sour, for instance, is not considered Tiki, even though it contains all three elements. A Painkiller, in turn, is considered Tiki despite working without the lime.

So, additionally, Tiki cocktails usually also feature fruity and sweet components, and often they have a pretty long list of ingredients and flamboyant garnishes.

If you want to know more about Tiki culture and how it came about, read this article onthe history behind Tiki cocktails.

List of the best Tiki Cocktails

This list of Tiki drinks is not complete. The number of cocktails Donn Beach and Victor Bergeron thought up is sheer endless.

But it should give you a good overview of the most popular creations and a good base for your next beach party.

1. Zombie

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The Zombie is one of the most legendary Tiki cocktails. Together with the Navy Grog and the Mai Tai, it is the so-called Holy Trinity of Tiki. Its long list of ingredients includes different types of Rum, Pernod, pineapple and lime juice, syrups, and bitters.

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2. Navy Grog

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The Navy Grog is one of the first cocktails in history, and was born out of necessity. Unlike most other Tiki cocktails, its list of ingredients is short: Rum, lime, water, and sugar syrup.

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3. Mai Tai

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Mai Tai is the third pillar of the Holy Trinity of Tiki. Trader Vic is credited with the invention of this beautiful blend of two types of Rum, Curaçao, lime juice, and orgeat.

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4. Hurricane

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The Hurricane cocktail is another fruit bomb with roots in New Orleans. It also lent its name to the famous Hurricane glass and contains three types of Rum, lime, orange, pineapple, passion fruit, sugar syrup, and grenadine.

With this cocktail, you have to be careful to get the balance right. It can turn out overly sweet really quickly.

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5. Dark n Stormy

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Featuring ginger beer, the Dark n Stormy is a welcome diversion from fruity Tiki drinks. Apart from the spicy brew, the recipe calls for Rum, lime, syrup, and Angostura bitters.

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6. Rum Runner

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The Rum Runner most likely was invented in a bar at Islamorada in the Florida Keys. It contains aged Rum, Giffard Banane du Brésil, Crème de Mûre, pineapple juice, lime juice, and grenadine.

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7. Bahama Mama

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The Bahama Mama is a relatively well-balanced Tiki cocktail. Apart from the standard ingredients like Rum, pineapple, and lime, it calls for coconut and coffee liqueur. The latter brings a hint of bitterness without taking away from the tropical vibes.

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8. Piña Colada

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A Piña Colada can be incredibly easy to make. But when you want to get it right, you need to put more effort into preparing the drink. The recipe for this iconic drink includes cream of coconut (not coconut cream), aged and unaged Rum, limes, and fresh pineapple.

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9. Painkiller

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Basically, the Painkiller is a Piña Colada spiked with orange juice. It is a little easier to make, though.

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10. Scorpion

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The Scorpion includes Cognac, which you won't often find in Tiki drinks. Apart from 0.75 oz of the French quality brandy, the recipe calls for 1.5 oz Rum, 2 oz orange juice, 1 oz freshly squeezed lemon juice, and 0.5 oz orgeat.All ingredients are blended with a cup of crushed ice.

11. Blue Hawaii

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The Blue Hawaii is a typical Blue Curaçao drink and sports a smurf-like color with a slightly tart taste.

It's a shaken mix of 0.75 oz Vodka, 0.75 oz white Rum, 0.5 oz freshly squeezed pineapple juice, 2 tea spoons of fresh lemon and 2 tea spoons of fresh lime juice, 2 tea spoons of simple syrup, and 0.5 oz Blue Curaçao.

12. Blue Hawaiian

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Often mixed up with the Blue Hawaii, these two cocktails are far from being the same as the Blue Hawaiian is a lot sweeter.

Both are blue-coloured Tiki Cocktails, but the Blue Hawaiian is a blended drink with 1.5oz white Rum, 1.25 oz Blue Curaçao, 1 oz Cream of Coconut, 3 oz pineapple juice, and only 0.25oz of freshly squeezed lime juice.

13. Jungle Bird

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The Jungle Bird is a Tiki drink with Southeast-Asian roots, or at least it was served there for the time, in Kuala Lumpur, to be precise. The unconventional mix features Rum, lime, Campari, pineapple, and demerara syrup.

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14. Cobra's Fang

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The Cobra's Fang is a terrific example of Donn Beach's approach to mixing drinks. It contains Rum, Velvet Falernum, Fassionola (Beach's almost forgotten secret ingredient), lime and orange juice, bitters, and Absinthe.

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15. Beachcomber

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The Beachcomber cocktail is a rarity in Tiki cocktail culture. It's an entirely colorless drink, traditionally garnished with only a lime wheel. To make it, you need 1.5 oz white Rum, 0.75 oz triple sec, 0.5 oz lime juice, 1 tsp of maraschino liqueur, and 1 dash of simple syrup.

16. Singapore Sling

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The Singapore Sling is actually older than the whole Tiki cocktail movement itself and does not contain Rum. But due to its tropical flavors, many consider it part of that category.

The list of ingredients for the Singapore Sling is long and complex, including Gin, Heering cherry liqueur, D.O.M. Bénédictine, Grand Marnier, wine, lime and pineapple juice, bitters, and soda.

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17. Fog Cutter

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The Fog Cutter is another of Trader Vic's inventions. The base of 1.5 oz of unaged Rum is mixed with 0.5oz Dry Gin, 0.35 oz Pisco, 0.5 oz Cognac, and a 0.5 oz Sherry float. 1.5 oz of Orange juice, 0.5 oz lemon juice, and 0.5 oz orgeat balance the otherwise very boozy formula.

18. Planter's Punch

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The Planter's Punch is another widely known Tiki drink, and it's also one of those easier to make. It only calls for Rum, lime, simple syrup, soda, and bitters.

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19. Three Dots and a Dash

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Donn Beach once thought up this drink and named it after the morse code for victory when WWII ended. It contains 2 oz dark Rum, 0.25 oz Allspice Dram, 0.25 oz Velvet Falernum, 0.5 oz fresh lime juice, 0.5 oz fresh orange juice, 0.5 oz honey syrup, and one dash of Angostura bitters.

20. Pearl Diver

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Last but not least another one of Donn Beach's Tiki creations: the Pearl Diver cocktail. It's made with 1.5 oz aged Rum, 0.5 oz Demerara Rum, 0.5 oz of Don's Gardenia Mix, 0.5 oz fresh lime juice, 0.5 oz fresh orange juice, and one dash of Angostura bitters.

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Blue Hawaii

A tropical Tiki drink made with Blue Curaçao

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Prep Time: 3 minutes

Course: Drinks

Cuisine: American

Keyword: blue curaçao, rum

Servings: 1

Calories: 211kcal

Cost: $2.10



  • 0.75 oz White Rum
  • 0.75 oz Vodka
  • 0.5 oz Blue Curaçao
  • 3 oz fresh pineapple juice
  • 2 tsp fresh lime juice
  • 2 tsp fresh lemon juice
  • 2 tsp simple syrup


  • Add al ingredients into you shaker together with plenty of ice

    0.75 oz White Rum, 0.75 oz Vodka, 0.5 oz Blue Curaçao, 3 oz fresh pineapple juice, 2 tsp fresh lime juice, 2 tsp fresh lemon juice, 2 tsp simple syrup

  • Shake for 10 - 15 sec until your shaker feels icy on the outside

  • Strain into a cocktail glass over ice cubes or crushed ice


Serving: 6oz | Calories: 211kcal | Carbohydrates: 26.3g | Protein: 0.5g | Fat: 0.1g | Sodium: 3mg | Potassium: 165mg | Sugar: 22.5g | Vitamin C: 16mg | Calcium: 28mg | Iron: 0.3mg

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3 comments on “The 20 best Tiki Cocktails”

  1. Tropical itch?


    1. Also a good one and definitely one I will consider for the next update of this list 🙂


  2. The 20 best Tiki Cocktails | Cocktail Society (23)
    Hello mates, fantastic article with a nice selection of tiki deliciousness. Cheers


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What is the original tiki drink? ›

Invention of the Mai Tai: 1940s

Trader Vic combined pineapple juice, liqueur, and light and dark rum to create the ultimate Tiki cocktail.

What is the Holy Trinity of tiki? ›

In the beginning, in the Tiki garden of Eden that is the Caribbean, the holy trinity of Tiki cocktails was founded by combining rum, sugar and lime. Those three ingredients make up the basis of a wide array of drink spinoffs, but it all comes back to the Cuban daiquiri.

What alcohol is best for tiki drinks? ›

You want to make great tiki drinks? First, start with rum. Not every tiki drink is rum-based; you'll find recipes that call for gin, Scotch and other whiskies, pisco and other brandies, and tequila, just to name a few. But tiki is inspired by the tropics, and rum's the winner in the tropics, so start with rum.

What are some tiki ingredients list? ›

So there you have it – Angostura bitters, Falernum, a dropper vial of Pernod, grenadine, sugar and honey are the primary must-have ingredients.

What are the oldest tiki cocktails? ›

Ernest Gantt, better known as Donn Beach, opened Don the Beachcomber in Southern California in 1933. He became known for his “Rhum Rhapsodies,” the first tiki drinks. They were elaborate and theatrical, featuring fresh juices and housemade syrups and could have upward of 10 ingredients.

What is the oldest tiki bar in America? ›

Trad'r Sam is the oldest operating tiki bar in the world. Since 1937. Yes, you read that right. 4 years before Pearl Harbor.

Is Tiki a Polynesian or Hawaiian? ›

Tikis can be traced back to ancient Polynesian culture, which explains their influence on the Hawaiian mainland. According to Maori customs and traditions, Tiki represents the first human being on earth. Parallelly, tiki also refers to stone or wooden carvings in humanoid form.

Is there a female Tiki? ›

At Mangaia, Tiki is a woman, the sister of Veetini, the first person to die a natural death. The entrance to Avaiki (the underworld) is called 'the chasm of Tiki'.

What does a pineapple Tiki mean? ›

It is most commonly defined as "power" but it also means dignity, serenity. It sometimes means bravery and often implies humor and pride. But there is no evil, no cruelty in Mana. * This is a beautiful piece of art! These Tikis were carved with great attention to details.

Why do tiki drinks use crushed ice? ›

Also called “nugget ice,” the chunks are a fair bit bigger than the really finely-crushed ice used to make snow cones and fluffy “shaved-ice” drinks. And, since they're bigger, the pebbles melt relatively slowly, which is perfect for keeping a long, tall and juicy tiki drink from becoming a big slushy mess.

What alcohol is Captain Morgan tiki? ›

Captain Morgan Tiki Mango & Pineapple is made with delicious Captain Morgan rums and natural pineapple and mango flavours. Its lower ABV of 25% makes it perfect for those long summer days. Flavours of ripe pineapple hit you first, then the smooth and juicy mango arrives for a double fruity finishing flourish.

Is Captain Morgan tiki rum? ›

Captain Morgan Tiki Mango & Pineapple is inspired by the flavours of the tropics. It is made with iconic Captain Morgan rums and natural pineapple and mango flavours. The flavours of ripe pineapple hits you first, then the smooth & juicy mango arrives for a double fruity finishing flourish.

What are the essentials for tiki cocktails? ›

Some tropical fruit such as guava, kiwi, passion fruit, mango or banana don't go amiss. And perhaps a dash of bitters, Angostura or Pimento fit the theme best. Remembering the rum punch routes of tropical cocktails, spices such as nutmeg, cinnamon and clove also play an important part in many a tiki cocktail.

What is the main ingredient in tiki drinks? ›

The most common by far is lime juice, followed by others such as pineapple juice, grapefruit juice, lemon juice, orange juice and rarer juices. If you read cocktail guides online, you'll see a lot of noise insisting that these juices MUST be fresh squeezed.

What makes a tiki drink a tiki drink? ›

A tiki drink is a category of cocktails that are often made with rum and are usually colorful, fruity, and lavishly garnished.

What is the oldest cocktail in America? ›

Peychaud used Sazerac De Forge et Fils brand of cognac, an Absinthe rinse, sugar, and his house-made bitters. Peychaud called his concoction the Sazerac Cocktail because of the spirit he used and the vessel he served it in. Therefore the Sazerac Cocktail created by Peychaud, is known as the oldest cocktail in America.

Where is the birthplace of tiki? ›

Tiki is more than just a class of drinks. It's an exotic culture built on an elaborate fantasy. It makes sense, then, that Los Angeles is where the idea was born and raised.

Why is it called tiki? ›

The term Tiki comes from the Maori mythology. The Maori are indigenous Polynesian people of New Zealand. According to their religion, Tiki is the first men created by Gods. Ever since the old days, Polynesian tribes carved images in trees of Gods.

Are tiki only found in Hawaii? ›

Tiki culture is an American-originated art, music, and entertainment movement inspired by Polynesian, Melanesian and Micronesian cultures. Inspired by Oceanian art, influential cultures to Tiki culture include Australasia, Melanesia, Micronesia, Polynesia, the Caribbean Islands, and Hawaii.

Who created Tiki culture? ›

Modern Tiki Culture

The first bar and restaurant with focus on Tiki culture was opened in 1934 by Ernest Raymond Beaumont-Gantt. Beaumont-Gantt later changed his name to Donn Beach to match the name of his restaurant, “Don the Beachcomber.” The restaurant featured exotic drinks, flaming torches and Cantonese cuisine.

What does tiki bar mean in English? ›

Noun. tiki bar (plural tiki bars) A drinking establishment or restaurant with an exotic tropical theme, serving elaborate cocktails.

What are the 4 Hawaiian tiki gods? ›

There are four major gods, KU, KANE, LONO and KANALOA. Demi-gods included Pele and many others. The complexities of the relationships between all Hawaiian gods are explained in many legends.

What are tiki faces called? ›

Although they are called “masks” and were sometimes meant to protect and empower wearers, traditional Tiki masks were less frequently worn on the body than displayed as statues or decor in the home or the community.

What do tiki faces represent? ›

What are Tiki Masks? Tiki masks are hand-carved wooden masks that, in their original intent, were used to stand in for deities, protect their users from evil spirits or even increase the mask wearers' fertility and luck. They served many purposes, both in the privacy of people's homes and in everyday life.

Are Tikis Samoan? ›

Tiki is a Maori mythological figure. The Maori are New Zealand's indigenous Polynesian people. Tiki are the first men created by Gods, according to their faith. Polynesian cultures have carved pictures of Gods in trees from the beginning of time.

Can men wear Tikis? ›

These are pendants worn round the neck by both men and women. They are usually made of a type of greenstone, which the Maori call pounamu, and take a human form. Hei-tiki are highly valued and personal, they are passed down from generation to generation and often given special names.

What does a smiling Tiki mean? ›

Traditional polynesian tiki's all have different meanings in their faces. If the eyes are looking up the tiki will offer protection. The eyes looking down brings good luck. The mouth of the tiki can be smiling to show happiness or open to bring peace.

What does Hala Kahiki mean? ›

In Hawaiian, a pineapple is called “hala kahiki”.

This is because the Hawaiians thought the pineapple resembled the “Hala” fruit. “Kahiki” means foreign, hence pineapples became “foreign Hala's in Hawaiʻi.

Is Pina Colada a Tiki? ›

The pina colada is often considered a tiki classic, even being hailed by some as “the most beloved cocktail to emerge from the tiki era.”

What is a New Zealand Tiki? ›

hei-tiki, small neck pendant in the form of a human fetus, used by the Māori of New Zealand as a fertility symbol. Usually carved of green nephrite or a jadelike stone called pounamu that is found along the western coast of the South Island, hei-tikis normally are worn only by women.

What size ice is best for shaking cocktails? ›

One-inch cubes are just the right size for shaking. Though we often don't think of it in these terms, ice is one of the main ingredients in every cocktail, and if we care about the quality and format of our spirits and juices and so on, we ought to care about the quality of ice.

What shaped ice is best for drinks? ›

Ice cubes have a large, thick surface which is ideal for almost all cocktails because it prevents them from melting too quickly, so you can enjoy a perfectly chilled drink without it losing its original flavour. They're also the perfect size and shape for cocktails that need to be either shaken or stirred.

What shaped ice is best for cocktails? ›

"Two inch by two inch cubes…are used for neat spirits of spirit-forward cocktails where you want very little dilution," Stryjewski says. "Cocktails like the Old Fashioned or Negroni can really benefit from a big cube."

Is Captain Morgan a whiskey or vodka? ›

Captain morgan is a brand of rum produced in Jamaica by Diageo .

Is Captain Morgan a bourbon or whiskey? ›

Captain Morgan Bourbon Whiskey - Arlington Wine & Liquor.

Is Captain Morgan a rum or vodka? ›

The result was a refreshing white rum with a subtle and sweet taste. You can get the true taste of the Captain from his selection of rum drinks, including his Captain Morgan Dark Rum, Captain Morgan White Rum, Captain Morgan Original Spiced Gold and many more.

What mixer goes with tiki rum? ›

The serving suggestion for this tasty new tipple is to mix it with lemonade and serve over ice.

What rum does Jack Sparrow drink? ›

Black Pearl Rum

Sparrow's obsession with his beloved ship, the Black Pearl, is one of his defining traits. So, it's no surprise that he'd reach for a rum that reminds him of his vessel. Black Pearl is an American silver rum made from molasses sourced in New Orleans.

Is Captain Morgan a brandy or Whisky? ›

Captain Morgan White rum is a light-bodied rum aged for less than a year and then filtered to remove its colour. While many white rums are un-aged, there is no general rule as to ageing time. This type of rum is blended into cocktails like the Mojito or Daiquiri or accompanied by popular general mixers.

What is the origin of the tiki? ›

Originating from the Marquesas Islands, Tikis are also present in most islands of the polynesian triangle. The most famous are probably the “Moai”, the monumental statues of Easter Island. Half-man, half-god, the Tiki symbolizes a mythical character who created human beings. Polynesians used to worship and fear it.

Where did tiki drink originate? ›

The quintessential tiki cocktail, the Mai Tai, was concocted at the original Trader Vic's in 1944. He began opening franchises outside of California, beginning with The Outrigger in Seattle, WA in 1949.

Is tiki a Polynesian or Hawaiian? ›

Tikis can be traced back to ancient Polynesian culture, which explains their influence on the Hawaiian mainland. According to Maori customs and traditions, Tiki represents the first human being on earth. Parallelly, tiki also refers to stone or wooden carvings in humanoid form.

What are the 4 tiki gods? ›

The four major Hawaiian Tiki Gods are Ku the God of War, Lono the God of Fertility and Peace, Kane the God of Light and Life, and Kanaloa the God of the Sea. Ancient followers worshiped these Gods through prayer, chanting, surfing, lava sledding and even human sacrifice.

What does a tiki symbolize? ›

They are intended to represent deities or ancestors, each of whom has a different history and powers. Among the most often represented deities are: Tiki Kane, the almighty god who created the earth and the universe. Tiki Ku as God of War.

Who is the father of Tiki drinks? ›

Don the Beachcomber, the father of the Tiki drink movement, aptly named this drink after the surge in flight advancements during the 1940s. According to Jeff "Beachbum" Berry, a modern-day Tiki researcher, this cocktail inspired other aviation cocktails such as the Astronaut, Space Pilot, and the Jet Pilot.

Are tiki drinks Hawaiian? ›

Tiki drinks may have been inspired by Hawaii and other “exotic” places, but they actually originated in the imagination of one man in Los Angeles: Donn Beach. It was Beach, an erstwhile bootlegger shut out of his restaurants on the U.S. mainland, who brought tiki to Hawaii.

Is Pina Colada a tiki drink? ›

But the pina colada is not a tiki drink. It did not originate in the fevered island fantasia of an erstwhile Texan or through the relentless cocktail experimentation of a savvy bar mogul.

What is a Hawaiian tiki? ›

Hawaiian Tikis are spiritual figures who use their big, scary mouths and menacing expressions to frighten away evil. Their headdresses vary and have different meanings according to the shape. Tiki sculptures can be used inside or outside and become a great conversation piece.

Is there a female tiki? ›

At Mangaia, Tiki is a woman, the sister of Veetini, the first person to die a natural death. The entrance to Avaiki (the underworld) is called 'the chasm of Tiki'.


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