Vermontiki, made in Vermont with fun
Vermontiki, made in Vermont with fun

In Polynesian cultures of the Pacific Ocean, "tiki" is a name given to large carvings of humanoid form. These carvings often serve to mark the boundaries of sacred places and ward off evil spirits.

Vermontiki was born out of a love for the tropics and funky design. It's kind of a long story but...several zombies later, we had an idea.

These glasses are designed by Amy Anselmo and Jonah Spivak in Vermont and are printed on American made glass with lead free enamels in Bennington and sold at a bunch of great local places, such as Hawkins House Craftsmarket, The Left Bank, Bennington Farmers' Market, The Beverage Den and HN Williams, to name a few...

They are great for everything from smoothies, to umbrella drinks to your favourite microbrew.

They are best washed by hand, and shipping is crazy expensive, but the prices on the shop page include the shipping if you live too far from paradise, I mean Vermont.

maaka, the protector of the ocean
maaka, the protector of the ocean

kura, the firewalker
kura, the firewalker

marika, the protector of the forest
marika, the protector of the forest