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How do I get the most authentic Mai Tai possible at TVs, or my local bar?
WestADad
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Joined: Mar 31, 2009
Posts: 746
From: Tornado Alley
Posted: 2010-04-30 06:35 am   Permalink

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On 2010-04-29 16:06, Melintur wrote:
I'll be rude and answer for Blair, since it seems he, myself, and matt 'rumdood' robald each separately came to the same conclusion using modern ingredients:

1oz Appleton 12-year 'extra' Jamaican Rum
1oz Rhum Clement VSOP

Those are the rums you'll get if you order a Mai Tai 'Tiki Kon' style at Thatch. (Come Wednesdays for the Craig & Blair show)

p.s. For fun and leisure, check out Matt's post on rum combos:
http://rumdood.com/2009/01/26/a-month-of-mai-tais/

p.p.s It looks like rangda above shares our position on the matter. Mahalo!
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Craig 'Melintur' Hermann
Colonel Tiki's Drinks
TIKI KON 2010: Atomic Tiki : July 30 - Aug 1 : Portland, OR

[ This Message was edited by: Melintur 2010-04-29 16:08 ]



Hi Craig, thanks for the info. I enjoyed those two rums in my first Mai Tai last night. The second drink had St. James Hors D'Age and then a half ounce each of Smith & Cross and Appleton Estate Reserve. Very spicy and delicious.

Thanks!

Chris


 
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