Get Zombied!

Looking for a new cocktail recipe? The Zombie is a mouthful of deliciousness! I know that in this cold weather, just the thought of a beach drink warms me up. So, for all of you Tiki-lovers, Tiki-wannabes and Tiki-hopetobes, this drink is for you!

Check out Small Screen Network’s how to make a zombie cocktail recipe.

Top it off with some of our fabulous tiki bar supplies, and show your friends what a real tiki party is all about.

Check out these favorite accompaniments:

Flamingo Cocktail Picks Sippin Safari Tiki Cocktail Book Tiki Party Music CD
Flamingo Party Picks Beachbum Berry’s Sippin’ Safari Cocktail Book Drew’s Famous Original Tiki Bar Party Music CD

And get sippin’!



  • Bruce Tomlinson March 17, 2008 @ 8:58pm

    In case you did not know Jeff “BEACHBUM” Berry is at the top of the heap when it comes to Tiki drinks. His never ending relentless research has brought back the Tiki cocktail to the glory it deserves. Robert Hess’s Small Screen Network puts out informative accurate videos that are of the highest quality on the net.

    Bruce Tomlinson

  • Hannah March 18, 2008 @ 7:41am

    Hi Bruce,

    Yes, Jeff “Beachbum” Berry is certainly the authority the in the world of tiki drinks! Some of us from KegWorks even had the opportunity to see him speak at this year’s Tales of the Cocktail 2007 in New Orleans.

    Thanks for stopping by our blog!

  • Colin Kimball March 18, 2008 @ 4:41pm

    Check out our great interview with Jeff Berry from Tales of the Cocktail 2007 here:

    See you at Tales in 2008!

    Small Screen Network

  • Hannah March 18, 2008 @ 4:46pm

    Sweet Colin, thanks for passing that on… can’t wait to watch!


  • Robert Hess March 18, 2008 @ 5:53pm

    People may roll their eyes when the topic of “Tiki” cocktails come up, but Jeff, and his growing set of books, do a great job at helping folks “rediscover” what Exotic Drinks are all about. “Sippin Safari” is a great way to help provide some background material on where some of these drinks came from. Should be required reading for any bartender, or home mixologist.


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