Mai Tai 25 - 50 Servings

Alcoholic CocktailAlcoholic
Classic Cocktail


1 Liter/ 33.82 f.OZ (US)
6,22% Alc. Vol. per Cocktail
Amount of Alcohol from Base 28% Alc. Vol.

One Bottle serves 25-50 Cocktail Portions of Alcohol Fruit-flavored Cordial.
Considering the Volume of the Ice Cubes the Bar Tender can serve up to 50 Cocktail Portions per Bottle.

Cocktail Preparation:
1.4 oz/ 40 ml Base + 4.8 oz/ 140 ml Orange Juice, shake well with Ice and strain into a Glass filled with fresh Ice Cubes, garnish with fresh Fruit and serve.


The Mai Tai was purportedly invented at the Trader Vic´s Restaurant in Oakland, California, in 1944. Trader Vic´s rival, Don Beachcomber, claimed to have created it in 1933 at his then-new bar named himself in Hollywood. Beachcombers´s Mai Tai is more complex than that of Vic´s and tastes quite different and is called Mai Tai Zwizzler.


"Maita`i" is the Tahitian word for "good"; but the drink is spelled as tho words, sometimes hyphenated or capitalized.

The Trader Vic story of its invention is that the Trader (Victor J. Bergeron) created it one afternoon for some friends who were visiting from Tahiti. One of those friends, Carrie Guild, tasted it and cried out: "Maia`i roa ae!" (literal very good, figuratively "Out of this world! The Best!) - hence the name Mai Tai.

Classic Recipe:

1 oz Dark Rum (Anejo at least older than 12 years)
1/2 oz Orange Curaçao
1/4 oz Orgeat Syrup
1/4 Sugar Sysrup
Fresh Lime
Orange Juice