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So I have had Mai Tai’s at quite a few bars, tiki or otherwise, and the Mai Tai has never been my go-to drink. Until now, hands down the best Mai Tai I have had has been at Disney's club 1901. By no means is this recipe as good as the original, but I wanted to share my riff on the club 1901 Mai Tai.

Ingredients:

3 oz. light rum
3 oz. dark rum
2 oz. pineapple juice
2 oz. mango juice
1 oz. orgeat syrup (almond syrup with orange or rose, you can get it in the mixer section)
1/2 oz. simple syrup
2-3 dashes of bitters

Instructions:

Put all liquid ingredients in cocktail shaker.
Fill two high ball glasses with shaved ice.
Shake cocktail shaker thoroughly, at least ten times.
Strain into two glasses.
Drizzle tsp of luxardo cherry juice
Garnish with two luxardo cherries.

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With the COVID-19 Pandemic upon us many IT workers are under the gun to insure they can support a quarantined work force. I put this Calculator together to offer some insight into what your network can support based on the bandwidth capacity of your ISP and Internal networking equipment. This is very network focused and does not take any compute into the calculation.

Here is a link to the calculator I created above: https://bit.ly/39R34am  I hope this makes it a little easier to reassure your management and help plan for capacity during these stressful times.

The formula I found was from the VMWare website. On their site they break down how they came up with the throughput requirements and the formula used to calculate users. Link to their website: https://bit.ly/38QKhea