A Mai Tai is the drink that usually comes to mind when the words “Hawaiian cocktail” are mentioned. Its distinctive multi-colored look comes from using white rum as the base and adding a float of dark rum on top. Orange curaçao and orgeat syrup are also key ingredients, along with fresh juices. There’s no better place to enjoy a Mai Tai than House Without a Key at Halekulani, where the outdoor cocktail seating gives you a view of both Diamond Head, the sunset, and graceful hula performances. House Without a Key’s cocktail features three different kinds of rum and is decorated with a slice of lime, a sprig of mint, a stick of sugar cane, and an orchid – also making it the prettiest Mai Tai. The restaurant’s “Hale Tai” is swirled with spiced and coconut rums and lilikoi (passionfruit) juice, making it a bit sweeter than the regular Mai Tai.