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In the 1930’s a Polynesian restaurant/bar opened up, in California, called Trader Vic’s and consequently the Mai Tai was first invented. Zack Wilks brings us back to those early days with his original rendition of the famous Tahitian drink.
Plus, even if you’re not bartending for “The King” (The Mai Tai was a featured drink in Elvis’ movie Blue Hawaii) it’s perfect for those warm, lazy afternoons and refined enough to impress the most discerning of guests. So when your guests exclaim “this is amazing!” make sure to inform then that “of course it is, the work ‘Mai Tai’ is a variation on the Tahitian translation for “good” – and generations of Mai Tai drinkers knew what they were talking about.
2 Ounces of Aged Rum
½ Ounce Cointreau
½ Ounce of Fresh Squeezed Lime
½ Ounce of Orgeat (wilksandwilson.com)
Zachari Wilks has been a familiar face behind bars for a little over 15 years. He has pioneered the craft cocktail scene in Indianapolis and acted as catalyst to the growing mixology culture now found