Modern Tiki: Marlin

Not too much to say about this Mai Tai variant other than that is was created by Clancy Carroll in 2000 and was uncovered and re-popularized by Jeff “Beachbum” Berry. It is super refreshing, beautiful to look at and feels like a vacation. Now with summer coming to a close, it’s more important than ever to keep those vacation vibes going! Hope You guys enjoy!

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Here’s The Specs:
1oz (30ml) Light Rum
1oz (30ml) Rhum Agricole Vieux
.5oz (15ml) Blue Curaçao
.5oz (15ml) Luxardo Maraschino
.5oz (15ml) Orgeat
.5oz (15ml) Lemon Juice
.5oz (15ml) Lime Juice
Pineapple, Cherry, Orchid Garnish


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13 thoughts on “Modern Tiki: Marlin”

  1. how long lasts freshly squeezed lime/lemon juice? Do you keep it in the fridge or are you squeezing if you need it. You have so much in that bottle

  2. What makes Blue Curaçao blue? is it just food coloring? if so, flavor wise, you could use regular Curaçao and the drink would be the same. Right?

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