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The Mai Tai, a component study in Mixology
The Gnomon
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Joined: May 01, 2007
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From: MD-DC-VA
Posted: 2007-06-25 09:39 am   Permalink

I use Mount Gay Eclipse for my mighty Mai Tais.



This one was made with a jigger of Mount Gay Eclipse and a jigger of Coruba, plus a shot of Appleton Estate 12 year for the topper.



I use Bols Orange Curaçao, home-made orgeat (in this case my Emergency Orgeat Syrup) and home-made, kick-ass rock candy syrup.



Shaved ice, of course. Shaken ruthlessly, afterwards poured over the rocks.



These days I'm using key limes 'cause they are currently available (Washington DC area). When they disappear, I'll go back to Persian/Tahiti limes.








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