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Mai Tai Pictures
mikehooker
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From: Austin
Posted: 2016-07-02 2:51 pm   Permalink

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On 2016-07-02 10:59, cvcgolf wrote:
You are using some great products right there.. What is the rum on the left?.. Do you always use Grand Marinier?.. I need some good curacao recommendations.. Been using Senior & Company which is great but they might not have it at my local stores next time.. I need a back up plan just in case it's gone..

[ This Message was edited by: cvcgolf 2016-07-02 11:00 ]



Looks like Clement XO on the left. I use Senior curaçao when I'm putting an agricole rum (typically Clement VSOP) in my Mai Tai. I'll use creole shrub if I put a Demerara rum (typically El Dorado 12) instead of an agricole. i still haven't experimented with Pierre Ferrand dry curaçao nor have I stepped up to Grand Marnier or other orange flavored liqueurs. I really should.


 
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