Today we will teach you how to make the Miami Vice cocktail, a blended / frozen beverage that combines to popular cocktails known as the strawberry daiquiri and piña colada together. You may also find this recipe called the Lava Flow in some areas of the world, although most do use Banana in that recipe.
To make a Miami Vice, you will definitely need a blender along side your favorite strawberry daiquiri recipe and the pina colada recipe, which we have supplied above.
This fits into your bartending 101 guide for blended / mixed drinks because this recipe can be highly requested during the summer time and on islands off the Caribbean. You may ask why you need to know how to make a Miami Vice if you are in NYC at some bar and tending to your patrons, right?
Okay bartenders, you’ll find the Miami Vice becomes a requested cocktail recipe after your patrons come back from a nice vacation on an island and want to re-experience the Miami Vice blended drink at home in their own countries.
So, it’s great to have this little number in your back pocket. The easiest way to remember how to make a Miami Vice is to simply memorize a pina colada and strawberry daiquiri, combining together is the easy part!
The Miami Vice
1 Part Piña Colada (blended) 🍍
1 Part Strawberry Daiquiri (blended) 🍓
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