"QuebranTai | Crafted Pour"

"QuebranTai - Barsol Pisco An adaptation of the Classic Mai Tai created in 1944 by the famous Víctor Bergeron, aka Trader Vic’s. Mai Tai’s name comes from the Rapanui expression “Mai Tai Roa Ae” which means, “the best from another world!”. Undoubtedly the use of Puro Quebranta Pisco and the pecan nut orgeat, makes the cocktail taste from another world! Trader Vic used original Pisco, imported from Peru, on several of his cocktails listed in his menues well through 1960’s. We are sure he would have approved of this one as well!", "undefined", "QuebranTai",

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QuebranTai By , May 8, 2009 QuebranTai - Barsol Pisco

An adaptation of the Classic Mai Tai created in 1944 by the famous Víctor Bergeron, aka Trader Vic’s. Mai Tai’s name comes from the Rapanui expression “Mai Tai Roa Ae” which means, “the best from another world!”. Undoubtedly the use of Puro Quebranta Pisco and the pecan nut orgeat, makes the cocktail taste from another world! Trader Vic used original Pisco, imported from Peru, on several of his cocktails listed in his menues well through 1960’s. We are sure he would have approved of this one as well! QuebranTai - Barsol Pisco An adaptation of the Classic Mai Tai created in 1944 by the famous Víctor Bergeron, aka Trader Vic’s. Mai Tai’s name comes from the Rapanui expression “Mai Tai Roa Ae” which means, “the best from another world!”. Undoubtedly the use of Puro Quebranta Pisco and the pecan nut orgeat, makes the cocktail taste from another world! Trader Vic used original Pisco, imported from Peru, on several of his cocktails listed in his menues well through 1960’s. We are sure he would have approved of this one as well! Ingredients: - Barsol Quebranta Pisco - Orange Curaçao Instructions: 1. In a shaker with ice, add all ingredients Pisco, orange liqueur, lime juice, pecan nut orgeat, bitters. 2. Shake very well and strain into an ice filled rocks glass. 3. Garnish with mint leaves and pecan nuts. Tiki,Nutty,Sours