Mai Tai

  • SERVING RECOMMENDATION: rocks or tiki cocktail glass over ice, crushed ice if available, and garnish with fresh mint leaves

Though the Mai Tai has been adapted throughout the years, the traditional recipe is a great combination of tropical flavors that we have recreated in our recipe, using a blend of Something Something Rum Blend XXV, our own bitter Curacao orange distillate, clarified lime juice, bitter almond extract, and sugar. 

  • SERVING RECOMMENDATION: rocks or tiki cocktail glass over ice, crushed ice if available, and garnish with fresh mint leaves 
  • BACKGROUND: The original Mai Tai was created in a tiki restaurant in California in 1944 by Victor Jules Bergeron, better known as Trader Vic. His goal was to create a new exotic rum drink inspired by the simplicity and success of the Daiquiri and Manhattan, and rumor has it that the cocktail was so popular it depleted the world rum supplies in the 1940s and ’50s. 

Though the Mai Tai has been adapted throughout the years, the traditional recipe is a great combination of tropical flavors that we have recreated in our recipe, using a blend of Something Something Rum Blend XXV, our own bitter Curacao orange distillate, clarified lime juice, bitter almond extract, and sugar. 

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