Marlon Brando first spotted Tetiaroa while hiking in Tahiti while filming Mutiny on the Bounty in the early 1960s. It was here that he found a place of indescribable beauty and Polynesian authenticity.

The Tetiaroa Atoll is a place unlike any other. Built by volcanoes and preserved by coral, this is where nature, Polynesian people, and their culture come together to seamlessly coexist with a world-class resort, The Brando. Long before The Brando existed, there was Bob’s Bar.

It all stanted here, on this very beach, where Marlon Brando would come at the end of each day and ask his friend Bob to create a cocktail for him.

Violaine & Jeremy created the menu in the form of Marlon’s travel diary from Tetiaroa. Thanks to historical research and the archives at their disposal, this notebook tells the story of Marlon’s encounter with the island, with many anecdotes scattered throughout its pages.

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Bob's Bar - The Brando by Violaine & Jeremy

Bob's Bar - The Brando by Violaine & Jeremy

Bob's Bar - The Brando by Violaine & Jeremy

Bob's Bar - The Brando by Violaine & Jeremy

Bob's Bar - The Brando by Violaine & Jeremy

Bob's Bar - The Brando by Violaine & Jeremy

Bob's Bar - The Brando by Violaine & Jeremy

Bob's Bar - The Brando by Violaine & Jeremy

Bob's Bar - The Brando by Violaine & Jeremy

Bob's Bar - The Brando by Violaine & Jeremy

Bob's Bar - The Brando by Violaine & Jeremy

Bob's Bar - The Brando by Violaine & Jeremy

Bob's Bar - The Brando by Violaine & Jeremy

Bob's Bar - The Brando by Violaine & Jeremy

Bob's Bar - The Brando by Violaine & Jeremy

Bob's Bar - The Brando by Violaine & Jeremy

Bob's Bar - The Brando by Violaine & Jeremy

Bob's Bar - The Brando by Violaine & Jeremy

Bob's Bar - The Brando by Violaine & Jeremy

Bob's Bar - The Brando by Violaine & Jeremy

Bob's Bar - The Brando by Violaine & Jeremy

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