This large-format tiki drink comes in a massive skull glass filled to the brim with a fruity punch with a cinnamon kick that proves a crowdpleaser. Set for 3–4 people (or you know, more with supplemental cocktails), the long straws and fiery lime paired with the surroundings of Three Dots and a Dash make you feel like you might have just been transported away from Chicago. $65.
Technically, this one doesn't come to you flaming, but it's okay because the taste makes up for it. This no-frills cocktail is served in a lowball with big flavor. It's finished with a spritz of flaming absinthe and packed with golden rum, blanco tequila, mescal, strawberry wine liqueur, vanilla, black peppercorn and Angostura bitters. Between the strawberry and golden rum, this tangy drink is one that we certainly can't get enough of. $16.
Flaming rosemary is one of the best and easiest ways to incorporate flame into cocktails. The oils burn, giving the herb a smoky but herbal scent. Pair this with the cocktail that's filled with mescal, hibiscus, watermelon, Cointreau and lime and you've got a refreshing summer sipper with a nice mescal agave bite. $13.
Incorporating fire in the most interesting way, the Promontory Paloma is a grapefruit-bitter and citrus-packed drink made with charred grapefruits, which are turned into soda. It's fizzy, packed with tequila and reposado and has an amazing smell from the citrus garnish and mint. Stick us on the patio and we'll sit here all day with a carafe of this. $10 glass, $36 carafe.