Mai tai

Mai Tai

  • 1 ½ parts Bacardi Superior rum

  • ½ part Cointreau liqueur

  • ¼ part lime juice

  • 1 ½ parts pineapple juice

  • 1 ½ parts orange juice

  • 1 dash grenadine

  • 1 part Bacardi Black rum

  • 1 whole lime

  • 1 bunch of mint

  • ice, cubed

1. Put lots of ice and all of the ingredients into a shaker and shake for about 20 seconds to chill the liquid really well



2. Strain the mix over ice (you could fill your glass with ice and pour the mix straight in, or - to look extra flash - strain it over ice separately and then add to a glass containing fresh ice). If you still have the limes you squeezed earlier, use a wedge as a garnish with some mint

Mai tai

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Mai Tai is Tahitian for “good”, but we think this tropical cocktail is better than that – it’s South Pacific sunshine in a glass! Get your grass skirts on.
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Method

1. Put lots of ice and all of the ingredients into a shaker and shake for about 20 seconds to chill the liquid really well

2. Strain the mix over ice (you could fill your glass with ice and pour the mix straight in, or - to look extra flash - strain it over ice separately and then add to a glass containing fresh ice). If you still have the limes you squeezed earlier, use a wedge as a garnish with some mint

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  • 1 ½ parts Bacardi Superior rum

  • ½ part Cointreau liqueur

  • ¼ part lime juice

  • 1 ½ parts pineapple juice

  • 1 ½ parts orange juice

  • 1 dash grenadine

  • 1 part Bacardi Black rum

  • 1 whole lime

  • 1 bunch of mint

  • ice, cubed