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Margaritaville Tahiti Frozen Concoction Maker with 3 Fully Automatic Blending Stations, 6 Drink Settings, 72 oz per Cycle

Item# SPM9080546124 | Model# SID1AY0YGU | Added on October 26, 2016 |
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Margaritaville Tahiti Frozen Concoction Maker with 3 Fully Automatic Blending Stations, 6 Drink Settings, 72 oz per Cycle
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Three 24-ounce blending jars automatically creates of 72-ounce of frozen drink per cycle *Capability to create 6+ different drink types (margarita, daiquiri, colada, mudslide, mojito, smoothie) *Rotating ice chute creates spectacle appeal *Constructed from premium bamboo wood and brushed aluminum finishes, polished stainless steel accents and heavy duty die-cast components *Measures 19.34 inches by 19.5 inches by 19.5 inches; Limited 1-year warranty Black SKU :ADIB001AY0YGU

The Margaritaville Tahiti Frozen Concoction Maker is your passport to take your next party to the islands! With three independent blending stations, the Tahiti offers the ultimate in frozen drink making for your biggest bash, blending a variety of restaurant-quality frozen drinks at the press of a button. The Tahiti features three separate blending jars and six automated drink settings, pre-programmed to shave ice and blend the perfect Margaritas, Daiquiris, Coladas, Mudslides, Mojitos and Smoothies. The Tahiti”s rotating ice chute will entertain your guests and become the hot topic of conversation long after the party ends. And, the Tahiti is incredibly easy to use. Simply fill the top reservoir with ice, pour your favorite ingredients into the blending jars and, with the touch of a button, the automatic Shave-N-Blend controls create up to 72 ounces of pitcher-perfect frozen drink deliciousness in one easy step. The shaved ice is the key to restaurant-quality drink consistency - no more ice chunks ... read more
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