The Mexiki cocktail made by Petar Marinov, bartender at the Monkey Beach Club Tenerife at the Canary Islands (Spain). The Tiki culture is back to the cocktail scene, best known for its rum drinks. Tiki glasses are perfect to recreate classic tequila based cocktails. Tiki and tequila are both alive and kicking.
2cl falernum syrup
2cl freshly squeezed lime juice
3cl grape juice
1cl pineapple juice
4 dashes of lavanda bitter
*Petar’s suggestion: Tequila Don Julio
Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker filled with ice, shake and strain into a tiki glass, previously filled with ice cubes. Decorate with fresh herbs or sliced dehydrated fruit. Add a flower on top of the cocktail for a tropical look.