Beachbum Berry’s Total Tiki

Beachbum Berry’s Total Tiki

By Doudoroff LLC

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2014-04-15
  • Current Version: 1.2.6
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 68.81 MB
  • Developer: Doudoroff LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    5/5 ( 85 Reviews)
  • Price:
    $9.99
Beachbum Berry’s Total Tiki App Ratings: 5
5
Total 85 Reviews

Beachbum Berry’s Total Tiki App Description

Beachbum Berry’s Total Tiki is the definitive reference for classic and contemporary exotic mixed drinks on your iPad or iPhone. This unique entertainment resource—the sequel to our five-star Beachbum Berry’s Tiki+—presents exquisite drink recipes researched and meticulously documented by the authority on Tiki cocktails and “Polynesian Pop” exotic drinks: Jeff “Beachbum” Berry. Beachbum Berry is the author of “Sippin’ Safari,” “Beachbum Berry Remixed,” “Beachbum Berry’s Taboo Table” and other books that have resurrected exotic drinks for the current day. - 250 top notch drink recipes including authoritative recipes for the Zombie, Mai Tai, Painkiller, Scorpion and scores of less-known, brilliant refreshments—no bad drinks here! - Over 200 inspiring vintage and contemporary drink photos! - Check off the ingredients you’ve got and this app will show you which drinks you can make - Filter the recipes on multiple criteria with just a few taps - Flag recipes and tag favorites; create custom lists of recipes - Annotate recipes with comments and cumulative likes and dislikes and build up a chronological history of your explorations - Ingredient definitions included - Sync your ingredient inventory, favorites and flagged, custom lists and journal entries across our entire suite of apps and over as many iOS devices as you like, using our free sync service - Universal app, works nearly identically on both platforms Please enjoy responsibly and in moderation!

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Beachbum Berry’s Total Tiki App Reviews

  • Really useful tool

    4
    By sethlong
    Great app with excellent features. I love that it not only lets me store an inventory of my ingredients and shows what I can make, but also shows me appropriate substitutes and recipes that I’m just one or two ingredients short of. One bug: the journal function won’t show my text as I type or when I’ve saved a journal entry and try to edit it. I can only read my journal entry text on the journal entry list view. Gotta type and edit blind.
  • Tiki bar MVP

    4
    By budesigns
    This app is a fantastic resource. I love the ability to track my bar inventory and see what recipes I can make. The search, filters, and cross-references make it easy to hone in further and find the perfect recipe. I love the backstories and illustrations that accompany the recipes, and the app is fun and attractive overall. I've only come across a few shortcomings. - A current issue I'm having is that the recipe pages no longer show my notes above the recipe. I still can find them in my journal, at least. (It started happening after I switched phones, and the newest note I added actually does display on the recipe, so maybe it's something to do with using a new device?) - When drafting journal entries, the app's nav bar covers the first 2+ lines of text, (on iPhone 8+, just the first line was missing. On the iPhone XR — taller screen — almost 3 lines are blocked by the nav bar.) so I can't see what I'm typing at first. My workaround is to hit Enter three times before typing anything. The blank lines are removed from the now once it's saved, so that's good. - The ability to add photos to notes/journal entries would be really cool.
  • Nobody Beats “The Bum”

    5
    By Brandaid64
    This app is a fantastic resource for the “fine art” of tiki cocktail mixing. A great way to keep track of your ingredients on hand and every recipe that you can create with said ingredients. Highly recommend this app. Well worth the price, whether you’re an experienced bartender or a novice.
  • One of the Best

    5
    By RoyWagner
    If you are seriously, or even casually, interested in making good cocktails, any or all the cocktail apps from Martin Doudoroff are well worth getting. They all share information, including the ingredients you have, between the apps. As a mixologist, I have tried many cocktail apps. Martin’s are the best. The user interface is excellent. The notes included from many of the great mixologists are very informative. The apps are all based on the leading mixology books and text material. Try one, add more. Enjoy and cheers!
  • Best Tiki resource

    5
    By Sam Kling
    I love cocktail books, have dozens if not hundreds, but the Mixology Tech apps- particularly this one, Martin’s Index & Wondrich’s Punch Index- are indispensable. It’s easy to keep track of my HUGE inventory across all of the apps, great for inspiration when you’re overwhelmed with options like I often am, but folks growing their bar will love the feature that tells you the next most useful products to buy to expand you’re repertoire. Also, I’m getting real recipes, not some Esquire or GQ or Playboy simplifications. We all know Don gave magazines fake recipes!
  • Solid.

    5
    By Ahdiflelkabamd
    I don’t spend money on apps or write reviews but I’m making an exception for this. If you like cocktails at all, much less tiki, this is a valuable resource.
  • The Crown Jewel of Drink Apps

    5
    By Mai Tai Jim
    Don't let the $10 price dissuade you, this app is astonishing in its content and user interface. The drink descriptions, Berry's comments, and the photographs are worth it price even if you only end up making a few drinks. It is great fun trying new libations, and the ability to add notes for any drink is perfect for adding my tweaks to certain recipes and portion adjustments for making larger quantities, nothing like making two quarts of Zombies right?
  • My 2nd drink app purchase from this publisher

    5
    By Mac & HT Guru
    Though I've made and enjoyed numerous drinks and cocktails over the decades, I never went very far beyond a few comfortable favorites, that is, unless I was sitting at a competent bar somewhere and could order a drink that was outside my comfort zone! Along with "The Bar Book" (Kindle version) by J. Morgenthaler, and this publisher's Easy Cocktails (Shaken and Stirred) app, I feel I've received a fairly inexpensive, but surprisingly thorough, mixology starter course -- that is, inexpensive if you don't count the liquor store bill! Features such as the ability to track your available ingredients (including across their various apps via the included sync service), making journal entries, and knowing what drinks you can build given your current inventory (or with one or two more ingredients), made the cost of this app a non-issue for me. Very useful. Basically, this is what one good cocktail might cost you at a decent Tiki bar! I've only tried a couple of the recipes so far, but am looking forward to many more. I hope lots of fellow drink aficionados will also purchase these apps, such that the publisher will maintain and update this suite of apps for many years to come.
  • Tikiphiles unite! Beachbum Berry has brought the Tiki to your smartphone!

    5
    By bkinnan
    Look no further for your favorite "authentic" Tiki cocktails. This app has it all - Donn Beach, "Trader Vic" Bergeron and Jeff "Beachbum" Berry have converged to bring you their recipes to your home. Not only does this app have an impressive repertoire - it also boasts a beautifully designed GUI. Aloha to everyone involved!
  • Absolutely essential, Indispensable even

    5
    By El TigroX
    Fantastic app that will both instruct and inform as you wade into the wide world of tiki drinks and concoctions. This app taught me nearly everything I needed to know to prep single drinks, as well as brush up my knowledge and skills for parties with friends. Absolutely worth the cost, along with some solid bar equipment. Before you know it, you'll be measuring and making like a pro. Download it, have fun and enjoy it!

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