"Two flavors of rum combine with pineapple juice and orange juice to make a yummy, fruity drink." — Andrea
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1 (1.5 fluid ounce) jigger
1/2 (1.5 fluid ounce) jigger
3 fluid ounces
2 fluid ounces
This drink is awesome...takes you right to the islands! I agree with other viewers to use equal parts of spiced rum and coconut rum. I made enough for 2 so I used 2 jiggers of each and a 6 oz can of pineapple juice, 1/2 cup of oj and only 1 t. of grenadine. Absolutely delicious!
its ok nothing special
This was delicious and easy to try being 1 serving. I had everything on hand except spiced rum, so I used Myers dark rum. It was worth making another.
Great drink! I made exactly as recipe stated. The two rums are what make this drink. I made for our memorial weekend BBQ - big hit! Not a poor man's drink though - to buy all the ingredients gets pretty costly - but worth it for something different!
Great drink! Mai Tai's are one of our favorite drinks. I have made many many versions and this one is a great version. I do think it is a MUST to add amaretto in this as well to get the almond flavor that Mai Tai's have. Also half of a freshly squeezed lime is great in it as well! I like to add the lime and amaretto in it to make a more authentic tasting Mai Tai, but this recipe is for sure still great as written. Thanks for the recipe! This will be added to the list of favorites.
AWESOME! We did, however, increase the coconut rum to 1 full jigger. We will definitely be making this again.
Fruity and refreshing. Takes me back to the Caribbean!
Excellent recipe! We made a whole pitcher and they are all gone already :(
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