Disney Aulani Tropical Mai Tai

Disney Aulani Tropical Mai Tai

This is the authentic traditional Mai Tai recipe from the "Mai Tai" Bar at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel in Waikiki.

How to Make Mai Tais Like the Royal Hawaiian Hotel's

This is the authentic traditional Mai Tai recipe from the "Mai Tai" Bar at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel in Waikiki.

Mai Tai: White rum, dark rum, orange curacao, pineapple juice & orange juice

Mai Tai: White rum, dark rum, orange curacao, pineapple juice & orange juice

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The BEST Mai Tai - Mirage Vegas knock-off | This tastes EXACTLY like the famous Mirage Mai Tai. It is soooo delicious.

The BEST Mai Tai (Vegas Mirage knock-off)

The BEST Mai Tai - Mirage Vegas knock-off | This tastes EXACTLY like the famous Mirage Mai Tai. It is soooo delicious.

The best and booziest mai tai ever!! Perfect tropical summer cocktail!

The Best & Booziest Mai Tai

The best and booziest mai tai ever!! Perfect tropical summer cocktail!

diy MAI TAI recipe

diy MAI TAI recipe

Pip & Ebby - Pip-Ebby - The Best Mai Tai (Mirage Vegas knock-off)

The BEST Mai Tai (Vegas Mirage knock-off)

Pip & Ebby - Pip-Ebby - The Best Mai Tai (Mirage Vegas knock-off)

If Your Mai Tai Doesn't Look Like This, You're Doing It Wrong.  •  A true Mai Tai is neither bright red nor sweet. Here's how to make it right with rum, fresh lime juice, curaçao, sugar cane syrup, and  orgeat almond syrup.

If Your Mai Tai Doesn't Look Like This, You're Doing It Wrong

If Your Mai Tai Doesn't Look Like This, You're Doing It Wrong. • A true Mai Tai is neither bright red nor sweet. Here's how to make it right with rum, fresh lime juice, curaçao, sugar cane syrup, and orgeat almond syrup.

The Mai Tai cocktail was created in 1945 by Victor Bergeron, the genius of rum, also known as Trader Vic. The drink got its name when he served it to two friends from Tahiti, who exclaimed “Maitai roa ae!,” which in Tahitian means “Out of this world – the best!”

The Mai Tai cocktail was created in 1945 by Victor Bergeron, the genius of rum, also known as Trader Vic. The drink got its name when he served it to two friends from Tahiti, who exclaimed “Maitai roa ae!,” which in Tahitian means “Out of this world – the best!”

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