VACATION IN A GLASS
Watch the waves roll in while sipping a Mai Tai.
Meaning “good” in Tahitian language, the Mai
Tai became famous in the 1950s and 60s and
is now synonymous with tropical vacations. Try
The St. Regis Princeville Resort’s twist on this
classic with the Coco Mai Tai. A blend of Old
Lahaina Silver Rum, Malibu Original, Whaler’s
Dark Rum, and POG (pineapple, orange and
guava) Juice. So ‘ono (delicious)!
COMMITMENT TO FRESH,
The St. Regis Princeville Resort’s Sommelier,
David Putnicki, loves meeting with farmers to
sample the local ingredients he can utilize in his
handcrafted cocktails. All syrups are made from
scratch daily to ensure the best and freshest drinks
on the island to elevate your cocktail experience.
The Watermelon Chili Martini at Kauai Grill
incorporates a house-made watermelon and
Hawaiian chili pepper syrup made from chili
peppers sourced from the garden at the resort.
The syrup is blended with vodka, ginger liqueur
and lemon juice creating a refreshingly wonderful
ARTISANAL SALTS GARNISH
The St. Regis Princeville Resort cocktail team is
proud of their house-made flavored salts they use
to garnish cocktail glasses and add an extra burst
of flavor to their drinks. The signature Kauaÿi
guava wood smoked sea salt rims the glass of the
Aloha Mary and their unique blend of ginger salt
rims the Ginger Margarita available at the Kauai
Grill. The house-made artisanal salts are made
weekly in small batches to ensure freshness and