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  • Kathy Horton

    Mai Tai recipe from Hawaii: Fill 2 glasses with ice cubes. Pour 1 1/2 ozs light rum and dark rum - 1/2 ounce orange liquor - 2 ozs pineapple and lime juice into each glass. Garnish with pineapples, lime slices, or maraschino cherries, if desired. Just before serving, top each glass with 1 1/2 ounces dark rum. Drink up!

  • Erika Heald

    Mai Tai cocktail

  • Lindsay Cain

    Mai Tai...perfect summer drink =)

  • Ellena | Cuisine Paradise

    A boozy Mai Tai with pineapple and lime and a holiday in Hawaii.

  • KPatt

    Mai Tai & Hawaii - Home - Pastry Affair 3 oz light rum, 6 oz dark rum (divided), 1 oz grand marnier (or triple sec), 4 oz pineapple juice (fresh) , 4 oz lime juice (fresh), limes, pineapple chunks & maraschino cherries for garnish.

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