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Red Lobster Mai Tai

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Red Lobster Mai Tai is a fruity Hawaiian amalgamation. This classic rum amalgamation with pineapple, orange, lime, and grenadine is perfect for belting on a hot summer day.

It’s hard to describe the mass appeal of the Tiki culture during the 1940s and 50s. The mish- crush of Cantonese cookery and idealized Pacific Islander culture took America by storm, and Tiki bars began cropping up all across the US. Bamboo scenery, pseudo-Polynesian dolls, Hawaiian shirts, plot skirts- wearing waitresses, firebugs, and of course a kooky drink menu were de rigor at these Tiki-themed divans. One of the most popular Tiki drinks of the day was the Mai Tai. A rum- predicated emulsion with plentitude of tropical fruit ins. Although paramount Tiki bars have long since closed, the Mai Tai emulsion remains continually popular because it’s both nostalgic and freaking palatable. Try this Tiki Rum Mai Tai strategy the following time you want to get into the islet spirit.

What ’s in a Mai Tai Drink?

A Mai Tai is one of those drinks that begs bartenders to put their spin on the classic strategy. While the Mai Tais served at Red Lobster are a far cry from the originals at the fabulous Trader Vic ’s bar, they still taste like great and are more in line with what new-fashioned sots want in a fun emulsion.

A Mai Tai is all about the rum, and paramount bartenders prefer to use two different manners to make this drink. While this Mai Tai strategy calls for floating Bacardi Dark rum on top of the glass (a a suggestion that you should stick to), it does n’t mention what type of rum to use in the shaker. Traditionally, aged Jamaican rums were the most popular, but they can be a bit on the ultra expensive side. Good white rum is impeccably tolerable. The only hard and fast rule for the rum in this technique is avoiding seasoned or spiced rums.

Triplex Sec is an orange- spiced liqueur that helps to enhance the mixture and up its alcoholcontent.However, you can substitute an equal volume of Curaçao, Grand Marnier, If you do n’t have Triplex Sec.

Bartenders originally made grenadine soppiness with pomegranate juice, but uttermost salable sponsors these days use nothing other than dyed sorghum soppiness with spice. Its primary purpose in this technique is to add color, and if you do n’t mind a less visually entrancing drink, you can leave itout.However, find a brand that uses real pomegranate juice or make your own sappiness at home, If you decide to use it.

Mixing Up a Perfect Red Lobster Mai Tai Cocktail

Mai Tais need a good shake to emulsion fittingly. Fill a conflation shaker with fresh ice and all the Mai Tai elements except the Bacardi Dark rum. Hold the shaker with one hand on the bottom and, the other on top and shake horizontally for about 10 seconds. Strain the drink into a hurricane glass and setoff with a maraschino cherry and a pineapple shaft.

Tips for Making and Serving a Tiki Rum Mai Tai

Make a batch in advance for your coming party. Everyone loves Mai Tais, so to save time, consider mixing up a dozen. Added servings in a clean milk ewer and keeping it in the fridge. When someone wants a Mai Tai, shake the flagon and pour the drink and float the dark rum on top. Go crazy with the embellishers. The Tiki culture was known for going overboard on just about everything. 
Multiple free to go wild by adding a inelegant parasol or an eatable tropical flower to the glass to really impress your guests.

Red Lobster Mai Tai

Recipe by Restaurant RecipesCourse: DrinksCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Medium
Servings

1

servings
Prep time

5

minutes
Cooking time

5

minutes
Calories

278

kcal
Total time

10

minutes

Red Lobster Mai Tai is a fruity Hawaiian cocktail with rum. You can make this classic drink at home with this easy copycat recipe

Ingredients

  • 1 ½ ounces white rum

  • ½ ounce triple sec

  • ½ ounce lime juice

  • 1 ounce pineapple juice

  • 1 ounce orange juice

  • ½ ounce grenadine

  • ¾ ounce dark rum

  • 2 pieces chopped pineapple for garnish

  • 2 maraschino cherries for garnish

Directions

  • Pour white rum into a cocktail shaker.
  • Add triple sec.
  • Add orange juice.
  • Add lime juice.
  • Add pineapple juice.
  • Add grenadine.
  • Shake and pour into a hurricane cocktail glass.
  • Add ice.
  • Pour dark rum on top.
  • Garnish with pineapple and cherries.

Recipe Video

Nutrition

  • Serving: 1g | Calories: 278kcal | Carbohydrates: 26g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 7mg | Potassium: 124mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 21g | Vitamin A: 71IU | Vitamin C: 22mg | Calcium: 15mg | Iron: 1mg

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