"Mom’s Mai Tai | Crafted Pour"

"I was feeling uninspired, so I asked my mom to pick a liqueur and I’d build a drink around it. She said Grand Marnier and Frangelico. Orange liqueur and a nutty sweetener—my mind only went to one place. While a riff on the most classic of tiki classics may not be the most creative, it was very delicious. The classic are the classics for a reason!", "undefined", "Mom’s Mai Tai",

"Ingredients"

Mom’s Mai Tai By , May 8, 2009 I was feeling uninspired, so I asked my mom to pick a liqueur and I’d build a drink around it. She said Grand Marnier and Frangelico.

Orange liqueur and a nutty sweetener—my mind only went to one place. While a riff on the most classic of tiki classics may not be the most creative, it was very delicious. The classic are the classics for a reason! I was feeling uninspired, so I asked my mom to pick a liqueur and I’d build a drink around it. She said Grand Marnier and Frangelico. Orange liqueur and a nutty sweetener—my mind only went to one place. While a riff on the most classic of tiki classics may not be the most creative, it was very delicious. The classic are the classics for a reason! Ingredients: - Blended Aged Rum - Wray & Nephew White Overproof Rum Instructions: Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker and shake until frosty. Open pour into a double old-fashioned glass. Garnish with a spent lime shell and mint sprig. Themed,Tropical,Essentials,Originals,Tiki,Nutty