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Nutty Snow Queen

Nutty Snow Queen

The perfect cocktail after the Nutcracker, a post ballet dessert that will help you get the Waltz of the Flowers out of your head!

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Nuclear Ice Tea

Nuclear Ice Tea

By  •  Spring, Summer, Rum

Another in the family of Ice Teas this one is just as strong as its cousin the LIIT. Have fun, but don’t blow your head off!
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Now I See You

Now I See You

A wonderfully scary cocktail for halloween where the garnish is an olive stuffed into a pepper to make a mock eyeball! So fun and so is the cocktail.

MVP

MVP

By  •  Vodka, Rum, Spring

Fun colorful cocktail with quite the kick!
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Mountain Breeze

Mountain Breeze

By  •  Rum, Tequila, Summer

One of the riffs on a Long Island Ice Tea but tropical, this is a strong drink where one will most likely get you where you need to be!
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Mojito

Mojito

The Mojito is a rum based drink that is based on a drink from the 1800’s out of Cuba. Classic Mojitos have only Rum, sugar, lime juice and fresh mint. The ultimate summer cooler it is often served with a splash of soda to make it even lighter. White or amber Rums are used for a crisp clean taste. These go down way too easy so keep track of the number while sitting around the pool.

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Mauna Kea Punch

Mauna Kea Punch

This is the drink that started it all. A group of friends vacationing on the Big Island of Hawaii decided to start this website. It was our love of cocktails or maybe just a few too many Mauna Kea Punches!

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Mango Martini

Mango Martini

A Rum “tini” with mango, a cross between a daiquari and a martini!
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Mango Daiquari

Mango Daiquari

Nothing says summer like a Daiquiri! This Mango Daiquiri is not only fun but it has a wonderful taste that is light and fruity without being coy. The fresh key lime juice helps enhance the flavor of the mango and give it a nice tart back taste.
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Long Island Iced Tea

Long Island Iced Tea

By  •  Rum, Tequila, Summer

Long Island Iced Tea has disputed origins. Tea. However, numerous sources attribute the origin to one or both of two inventors in the 1970s or 1920s. The most believable is that Robert “Rosebud” Butt claims to have invented the drink as an entry in a contest to create a new mixed drink including Triple Sec, in 1972 while he worked at the Oak Beach Inn on Long Island, NY. Local rumors also ascribe the origin to either Butt or another bartender at the Old Beach Inn, Chris Bendicksen. It remains a kick sand in your face and get drunk kinda drink with 4 spirits and a cordial that make this drink about 22 proof when all is said and done. Back in the 20’s when many spirits were passed off as “tea” to avoid the stigma of drinking there were some similar drinks and even if they were a precursor to this drink, it is more of a nod then a true twist on those drinks.

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